SKIMS’ new “disco” line is full of nostalgic shine, but one woman has found an even shinier and cheaper alternative.
German content creator Emma, who goes by the TikTok handle @Emmaterbals, shared her Zara find, which she claims is a dupe for a new Skims pant style.
Skims’ new disco pants are shimmery and body-huggingCredit: Skims
On the model, the Skims pants don’t look as shiny as people may have expectedCredit: Skims
Skims now sells a “disco” line consisting of long-sleeve bodysuits, sleeveless bodysuits, and pants.
The Disco Pant, which comes in five shiny colors, costs $98.
The high-waisted pants have a body-hugging and stretchy skinny jean-type cut.
But when styled and pictured with the brand’s Disco Sleeveless Mock Neck Bodysuits, the pants look significantly less shiny and duller.
So, Emma found an alternative to the silver color option that’ll give a more impactful shine.
In her TikTok video, text that was translated to English read: “The disco jeans & Skims dupes.”
She held up a pair of metallic chrome-colored pants. When she moved the product, the material was super shiny and reflective.
The high-quality piece is also significantly cheaper.
Emma purchased Zara’s $60 TRF Straight Waxed Jeans with a “waxed effect fabric.”
People are even selling this piece second-hand online for as little as $45.
While Skims’ style was closer to a skinny jean style, these straight-leg pants looked really flattering on Emma when she tried them on.
They also looked more dressy and less like leggings, which you would presumably want when wearing a statement piece like this.
As she posed, the mid- to high-rise jeans dramatically shimmered, especially much more than when compared to the Skims pants.
“Slay!” one person commented about the dupe.
Emma found metallic Zara pants that she thought were a good Skims dupeCredit: TikTok
The material shimmered and reflected when she wore themCredit: TikTok
The straight-cut was flattering on herCredit: TikTok
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