YOU might catch a chill in the latest denim trend.
We told you yesterday how jeans that look like cowboy chaps are now selling for online for £75 by Asos.
But what’s it actually like to wear the Western look out in January temperatures?
We asked our model Annabel Myzel, 23, to try these from online story Theraggedpriest.com, also £75, and put them to the test.
Annabel says: “I could definitely feel a lot of eyes watching me as I was going up.
“Wearing these actually felt quite liberating, but I saw a lot of shocked faces when I turned around.”
On London Bridge
Annabel says: “I definitely felt a breeze while on the bridge – and gave some tourists an eyeful.
“And I wish I could fit the jeans into my selfie.”
Annabel says: “I made a lot of friends at the bus stop.
“One man was peering over a bush with his camera phone, and another wanted me to hop on for a few stops with him.”
Annabel says: “This isn’t my usual pub attire, but it’s working. I reckon I could have got a few free drinks in these.”
Annabel says: “It didn’t take me long to get a taxi to pull over.
“This was way easier than it usually is, though the driver looked a little bit shocked.”
Annabel says: ‘These jeans are a little bit more risqué than what I would normally wear, and I probably wouldn’t pop them on to the local supermarket.
“But they would be good for a night out – and maybe in the summer with a tan.”
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Shirely some inspiration
The head judge, 57, modelled the daring new fashion trend on ITV’s Loose Women yesterday.
The dance queen said: “Would I wear these? On the BBC? Probably not.”
Shirley, who took over from Len Goodman, 73 last year, revealed she applied for the top panel role on the BBC1 dance show after being rejected from another for being “unfit material”.
Speaking to host Ruth Langsford, also 57, who competed last series, she said: “I got offered to do a job in Bulgaria as an adjudicator.
“I was excited to go and then the gentleman let me know he had been told I was unfit material to judge the competition in Bulgaria. In the end I didn’t get that job.”