Would You Wear J. WoWW's "Filthy Couture" Fashions?

Look out, fashion world,: Jersey Shore's Jennifer "JWoWW" Farley has taken her unique sense of style from the boardwalk to the catwalk. On Saturday, the reality star premiered her "Filthy Couture" clothing line in Las Vegas. The ready-to-wear styles range from swimsuits to cocktail dresses, and we have to say, the collection is not exactly what we were expecting. Judging strictly from her wardrobe on Season 1 of Jersey Shore, JWoWW's idea of "fashion" is cutting slices of fabric out of her shirts (the "mauled by a tiger" look, if you will). Yet her clothing line is surprisingly soft and feminine. Which is not to say that she's left Jersey behind entirely. Most of the looks are inspired by lingerie, with lots of lace and strategically placed cut-outs -- not to mention skin-tight spandex, metallic paint and high-end bedazzling. Click through to see some of JWoWW's bizarrely expensive pieces, available on the Filthy Couture website as of Tuesday evening:

Feathers Top: A white lace bustier lined with Swarovski crystals and a giant feathered collar. For the sexy Big Bird look. $288.

Sofia Short Dress: A blue summer halter dress with an empire waist and a sparkly applique. Definitely one of the more wearable pieces. $425.

Purple Lace Bikini: A skimpy swimsuit that looks suspiciously like underwear. $128.

Olga Bustier: A very shiny gold lace corset. If you wear this with gladiator sandals, you might be mistaken for an actual gladiator. $450.

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