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Thursday November 20th 2014

Ultra Low-Rise Jeans

three views of a girl wearing ultra low rise blue jeans

Talk about taking a fashion trend to the limit.

Runway model wearing ultra low rise bikini pants on the catwalk

Looking for some instant attention at school or at the dance club? Sanna’s Brazil Fashion has taken the low-rise jeans trend to infinity and beyond. They are offering the ultimate in low-rise jeans: the Ultra Low-Rise Denim Bikini Pants.

The jeans feature extremely low-cut denim jeans and a matching denim bikini bottom. No underwear needed! They are held up with tie strings on the sides. There is a zipper is on the side to make sure they are extra snug. You can also get a matching bikini top, or you can just go topless if you prefer.

These jeans are not for everyone and everyplace, but there is a time, a place and a body for every fashion style. So if you’ve got the hips to show off, go for it. Sanna is a Japanese-Brazilian company that manufactures low-rise, mid-rise, high-rise jeans and other women’s apparel.

Above and top: Ultra Low-Rise Denim Bikini Pants 9.240 Yen (about $86 US)

These and other produces can be ordered online from Sanna’s Brazil Fashion.

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