If you want to be part of Hana Pesut's latest project, you're going to have to take off all your clothes.

For her photo project titled 'Switcheroo' which originally started at the beginning of the year, the Vancouver photographer is asking couples all over the world to switch clothes and pose.

"I have photographed over 200 switcheroos all over the world [including] Spain, Japan, France, Austria, Mexico, Canada and the U.S.," she wrote on her IndieGogo.com profile page.

The photos are cute, quirky and a reminder of both how awkward we would really look in our partner's clothes, and how awesome a select few could look dressing as their significant other. And as Buzzfeed.com added, ladies look like hipsters and dudes look like dudes dressed as ladies.

The money raised through Pesut's photo campaign will go toward covering the cost of design, layout and printing of the book, she writes on her profile. So far, Pesut has raised $3,720 toward a goal of $13,000.

Pesut's goal, she adds, is to have the book printed in January 2013.

LOOK: 20 of Pesut's photos from her Switcheroo project. For the best view, open the slideshow in full screen.

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  • Sydney And Owen

    Sydney And Owen

  • Vij And Andy

    Vij And Andy

  • Pam And Bruce

    Pam And Bruce

  • Rosemary And Liban

    Rosemary And Liban

  • Michelle And Trevor

    Michelle And Trevor

  • Katina And Jerry

    Katina And Jerry

  • Jillian And Andrew

    Jillian And Andrew

  • Dustin And Shmoo

    Dustin And Shmoo

  • Cam And Jill

    Cam And Jill

  • Mike And Maggie

    Mike And Maggie

  • Sara And Chris

    Sara And Chris

  • Dickson And Natasha

    Dickson And Natasha

  • Ben And Kate

    Ben And Kate

  • Susan And Randy

    Susan And Randy

  • Kelly And Tim

    Kelly And Tim

  • Johnny And Mila

    Johnny And Mila

  • Sara And Julia

    Sara And Julia

  • Muna And Roy

    Muna And Roy

  • Brenna And Javan

    Brenna And Javan

  • Colin, Cailin, Graham And Melissa

    Colin, Cailin, Graham And Melissa

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