- BoredPanda has compiled some of the world’s most unfortunate clothing fails
- Many patterns cause the wearer to appear as though they have had an accident
- In other instances awkward slogans appear far ruder due to a photo angle
We have all been guilty of the odd fashion fail, however, these disaster designs will make even your biggest style regrets seem like haute couture.
In a series of hilarious images compiled by BoredPanda not-so savvy shoppers have shared photos of their biggest clothing blunders.
In many cases an unfortunately placed patterns bear a resemblance to something far ruder much to the wearers horror.
In one case a Leaning Tower of Pisa pattern sits awkwardly on the crotch of the wearer appearing to represent something more phallic.
In other instances a somewhat splotchy pattern leaves the wearer looking as though they are a victim of an unfortunate accident.
Poor typography has also left shoppers open to awkward fashion fails, with poorly positioned wording coming off as either confusing or extremely offensive.
A hilarious selection of images has revealed some of the world’s worst clothing fails including this awkward Leaning Tower of Pisa print which appears rather phallic
This slogan was clearly meant to read ‘Don’t Worry Be Happy’ however, poor word placement makes it appear a rather more pessimistic message
This heavy metal t-shirt is rather contradictory to the soft-spoken artist it is promoting
These socks are adorable before they actually make their way onto your feet where they look a little less cute
It would be ill-advised for anyone to wear this hoodie out in public as the pattern resembles an anti-semantic message
Unfortunately, due to the angle of this photo, this woman appears to be encouraging others to take part in a sexual act rather than an specialty brew
This rather unfortunate printed t-shirt includes every last detail of the photo used – including the image file name
As it was a cold day, this man decided to layer up, however, it seems that Buddy the Elf was keen to make his escape
The print on these Where’s Wally leggings sees the characters hand emerge from somewhere it really shouldn’t
Viewers compared the pocket design on this news reader’s top to a pair of breasts
These shorts are unlikely to fly off the shelves thanks to the rather unfortunate floral pattern on the crotch
A mother had been wearing this tropical print vest completely unaware of the nude woman hidden among the hibiscus flowers
Just two hours before his Christmas party this employee noticed that the unicorn on his sweater is rather well endowed
The sloth on this pair of shorts has decided to take shelter in a rather intimate area
These boxers were supposed to read ‘100% Animal’ but as luck would have it, they say something a little more suggestive
The positioning of the flower on this dress resembles a rather intimate part of the anatomy
This man named Brodie Jonas received this t-shirt from his well-meaning grandmother
It seems that this woman is completely oblivious to the fact that her dress looks as though she has had a terrible accident
The flesh coloured love heart design on these leggings appear rather gruesome pattern choice
While the jumper is meant to read ‘Saturday’ the woman’s posing position makes it look like something less savoury
Thanks to the unusual design on his t-shirt this man looks as though he is a fan of over size underwear
Due to the poor layout of this slogan it seems to give out a rather negative message to shoppers
Unfortunately, due to the angle of this photo, a ‘Canada’ slogan top appears to read as something less tasteful
This vest top was intended to say ‘Wild heart’ however a busy design makes it look more like ‘Will fart’
This cheeky gnome seems to have made himself at home in a particularly intimate area of these leggings
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