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People Wearing Ripped Jeans in the Sun Are Finding It’s a Terrible Idea

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People around the world are prone to getting a little overexcited about the warmer temperatures. For people who spend months of the year shivering and wrapped in layers of clothes, the sight of some sunshine can be enough to drive them to near hysteria. But sunshine is a cruel mistress and can be particularly tough on those who aren't used to it - as these people learned to their detriment.

The only thing worse than getting a sunburn? Getting a really awkwardly-shaped sunburn because of a poor choice of clothing. Want to experience some true schadenfreude? Get scrolling.

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While summertime tends to present a unique opportunity to show off your most revealing outfits, you need to be careful about what you wear – particularly if you have a propensity to burn.

But there's one item of clothing that's a real nightmare in warmer weather.

Ripped jeans have had a real fashion moment of late – but some are learning that they aren’t the best choice for every occasion.

For one particular reason.


never wearing ripped jeans in the sun again


8:40 PM - Jun 10, 2016

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Getting sunburnt through a pair of ripped jeans is truly no fun at all.

You may think that you don't need sunscreen, since you're wearing pants.


Don't wear ripped jeans in the sun guys


12:16 AM - Jun 10, 2015

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But you’d be very wrong, as these pictures prove.

The worst part?


Ripped jeans are cool unless you bake after 73 seconds in the sun


11:35 PM - May 10, 2019

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The places that your jeans did manage to protect serve as a reminder of what color your legs used to be – really highlighting the contrast.

The more intricate the rips, the worse the burn-pattern.

tay ☆@tayyystubbs

*do not* go sit in the sun for 2+ hours wearing ripped jeans.....i learned my lesson today


3:46 AM - May 14, 2018

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With jeans with lots of smaller rips, you’ll look extremely stripy.

Even if your pants are basically full coverage.

G A B R I E L A @gabbysanchez96

Never again will I wear ripped jeans while I'm out in the sun


1:13 AM - Aug 4, 2014

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It almost looks weirder when you have just a few small strips of burn on an otherwise unblemished leg.

Some of these look positively painful.

Josh Knight@THE_joshknight

#tbt to when Jen wore ripped jeans in the sun and got burned where the holes were


6:30 PM - Mar 27, 2014

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Like, for example, this burn, which looks almost radioactive.

Even if you don't exactly burn...

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The contrast of skin tones is pretty alarming. This image almost looks as if she’s wearing a pair of kneeless, pale-beige leggings, right?

Although, we have to say, it's the super red burns that really stand out.


Ripped Jeans + Sun =


9:56 PM - Jun 4, 2015

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We can almost feel how painful this one is. We do not envy this guy – at all.

You might think that the after-effects just last a day.


Lol s/o to me for wearing ripped jeans in the sun for 6 hours last weekend and still having a pure burn a week later


12:34 PM - May 11, 2015

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But you’d be wrong. As the burn fades to tan, the residual shadow of the ripped jeans continues to show up with total clarity.

And if you continue with your jean-wearing ways?


Result of wearing ripped jeans directly under the sun.


2:20 AM - Apr 14, 2013

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Well, then you’re prone to creating a really weird collage of tan, burn, and pale skin on your legs.

And it's not just fair-skinned people who fall victim.

Mandy Monge@MandyMonge

Lesson learned: Mexican/Italians should not wear ripped jeans in the sun. I look like Tony the tiger

1:04 AM - Mar 27, 2012

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If you’re prone to your skin tone changing in the sun, you too could fall victim to this phenomenon.

Even if you try to style it out...

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One early-summer mistake can give your legs a strange look that’ll last until the holiday season.

Sure, these pictures are kind of funny.

But they also look incredibly painful – both physically and emotionally.

And, on top of that, sunburn is actually pretty dangerous, too.

So if you do insist on wearing ripped jeans in the sun...

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You better be prepared to load up on the sunscreen. And, while you’re at it, apply it to the rest of your body, too!

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