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Pic Nic Pants: Wear ‘Em, Flaunt ‘Em, Have Dinner on ‘Em

by Hazel Chua
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Harem pants are one fashion trend that I don’t see myself following anytime soon. They’re tricky, that much I can say: they look fantastic on the right people, but you might as well be wearing pajamas if you can’t pull it off.

That said, there’s no way I’d risk becoming a fashion pariah by donning these pants on, unless they’re the Pic Nic Pants that incorporates another pretty nifty use into these garments.

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Aside from being clownish-looking pants, each pair also serves as a table – albeit a soft one – that you can use to eat dinner from.

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The picture explains it all, I suppose. The pants aren’t being commercially produced yet. As far as I know, they’re just a concept design by¬†Italian design company¬†Acquacalda.

Fashion imposes forms to whom finding a function seems a must. Pic Nic pants take advantage of the usual cross-legged position to become a comfortable surface useful for the consumption of a meal outdoors. Laterally pants have an orientable pocket for drinks.

Not high in my record books for looks, but the Pic Nic pants definitely score a ten for ingenuity.

[via LikeCool]



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