'Half dressing' is a new trend that has come to light and much like shrobing did, it has seriously 'split' opinions.
This new (and unusual) way of dressing sees us don garments that have literally been split in half, and as the name suggests, people are in two minds about the whole thing.
On the one hand, it's bold, expressive and refreshing, but for some people it's a 'stop the world, I want to get off' moment.
If you're style savvy, you'll know that we all got a heads up about this trend last year, when the SS17 catwalks were filled with half-and-half dresses.
Simone Rocha, Loewe and Diane von Furstenberg championed the style, giving our summer dresses a revamp through reconstruction. Not only is this look strikingly cool, but it also gave us a great, lazy way to totally boss mixed prints - score.
However, they weren't the only ones coining this new dress style. The unconventional look has even started to sneak its way onto the red carpet, with Kate Bosworth and Emma Stone both wearing similar get-ups.
Their Alexander McQueen and Giambattista Valli numbers had a slightly different configuration. They were made up of half material, and half lingerie, creating an IRL Regina George moment.
However, this is 2017, so naturally even that wasn't enough sex appeal. Nicki Minaj put a nakey spin on things with her half-top at Paris Fashion Week, baring her boob with just a glitzy nipple pastie. And it was at this moment that the trend lost all chill.
This brings us to the present, where things seem to be going in favour of Nicki Minaj's way of thinking (yes, really).
Singer and Actor Ryan Destiny casually rocked up to Coachella wearing jeans, which were missing an ENTIRE leg. We're just going to let that sink in for a moment.
So, whilst this can most definitely be classified as 'a look', we're certainly becoming more half-hearted about this entire half dressing situation.