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PICS: Trinity College Has A New Sportswear Line And The Photos Are SO Bizarre

By Sarah

December 20, 2017 at 12:06pm


Looks like Trinity College is trying to up its game when it comes to branded clothing with its brand spankin' new sportswear collection. 

Grand, you say. The only thing? Their photos are SERIOUSLY weird. 

They're shot in a high-fashion style and we get that - it's stylish and alt and whatevs, and the models look amazingly gorgeous - but c'mon lads. It's COLLEGE SPORTSWEAR. 

You'll be wearing it to the Pav, not on the runway at Milan Fashion week alongside Gucci's sports luxe line.

A student shared the baffling pics on Twitter and people were quick to agree with her...

We've so many questions. Firstly, why the pancakes?!

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Is doing your makeup a sport? Or are TCD just realistic and know students mainly wear gym gear to lounge around in?

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Is napping a sport?

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Is he even playing a sporty video game?!

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You can see the full fancy sportswear collection here. 

Trinity said: "A key
concept for our merchandise was to have a
stylish range of sportswear that could be styled
with any particular item of clothing. It can be
worn in the gym, at college, at the weekends on
a run or chill’in at home. 

"Trinity Sportswear is
about dual wear, it isn’t just for fitness."

Fair enough. Just don't get any maple syrup on that jacket, mind...

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