This isn’t even so much ruffled pants, as it is one skirt that splits into a bunch of tiny single-leg skirts. It’s like a family tree of skirting.

And it’s bonkers, but possibly not more so than the shirt. I may not love it when both shoulders are cut out, but I at least GET IT, from a symmetry perspective. Why is only ONE shoulder poking out? What does that do for anyone, besides force them to put sunscreen on one specific extra body part? Is this her way of trying to act like a pernicious moth problem is a fashion choice? A statement on the ozone layer? Will she show up in the same shirt a year from now but with a much larger hole, as a performance art denouncement of the greenhouse effect? I need answers.

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