This Pants Style Is Leaving People With Weirdly Burned Legs

Suns out, knees out, as the old saying goes. Spring is finally here, and people are celebrating by learning what the power of the burning ball of gas up there can do—cook you slowly. People with pale skin and a desperate need to wear ripped jeans are being punished by the Sun God with unsightly burn patterns:

It happens literally every year, since ripped jeans were invented.

It’s like people forget that the sun is enjoying the fine weather, too, and it wants to burn brightly:

It’s honestly kind of crazy that ripped jeans have been plaguing us as a style for so long, because they make no sense as either pants or fashion:

It won’t stop until every person who wears them learns this painful lesson individually:

You can wear them indoors, I guess, but anything that involves showing your knees to the sky is bad:

The sky doesn’t want to see your knees, and it will punish you.

You can start to work up a tan in those problem areas.

Or stop wearing them entirely!

Or just remember to slather up with sunscreen in any leg-baring scenario:

It’s been a long winter. 

And it’s not just your legs you have to look out for. Protect your face:

Your torso:

Your arms:

Your back:

Even the back of your head:

Fashion is not worth it!

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These 3-Piece Animal Rings Let You Rock Your Favorite Wildlife In Style

I’m not the biggest fan of jewelry. I find it kind of useless to deck yourself out in a bunch of little trinkets and stuff for seemingly no reason. Yeah, I guess it looks nice and all that, but the idea of having a bunch of superfluous stuff hanging off of me is annoying enough. I don’t even like wearing too many clothes, let alone hanging a bunch of metal or leather off my body that doesn’t need to be there.

However, I’ll concede that there are some people who can rock a good piece of jewelry and make it look amazing. But most of that is because the person rocking said jewelry is responsible for it being so awesome.

With these cool 3-piece animal rings, however, I don’t think you need to be cool at all. Hell, you could be Jon Lovitz from The Wedding Singer and they’d still look good.

Like this sleepy little sloth just chilling on your finger. “Ayo, don’t move them digits, B.”

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These adjustable enamel rings were designed by Mary Lou Bangkok and cost around $ 120 a piece. You can check out her entire collection on her site here.

There’s “You gonna eat that?” Cheetah.

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And, “I don’t give a Fox what you think” Fox.

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And who could forget, “Yo, is there a lion around?!” Zebra?

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“Mr. Dismembered” Flamingo is more than happy to chill out on your hand.

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And just in time for the holidays, “Santa abuses us” Reindeer.

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These aren’t the official names of these products, in case you thought I was being entirely serious – because I wasn’t.

Doesn’t change the fact that they’re pretty awesome, though.

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What is pandora style jewellery

Pandora style jewellery is a copy of designer charm bead jewellery. There are many designer brands on the market including Chamilia, Pandora and Troll. However these official brands can be very expensive.

Charm bead jewellery is very special because you can make, design and create your own pieces. You can make bracelets, necklaces, key-rings, earrings and many others forms of jewellery. It is so easy to do, simply select your item of jewellery and slide on your chosen beads. Think about the colours, look and feel of the jewellery you want to create, something bright and bold, or sleek and stylish. Metal beads, called spacers, can also be purchased. These are often themed to help create that personal style. There are thousands of different types such as flowers, animals, symbols, plain bands or words. Jewellery can be made completely with spacers or used as their name sake, in between the glass beads.

Hanging charms are also available to add to your jewellery. Again these add a lovely theme to your design. Many types are on the market, hanging hearts, flowers or even christmas snowman!

There are many style of bracelets available, including bangles, snake chains and leather bracelets. The two main style to choose from are plain bracelets or ones that have raised platforms. These platforms allow you to attach stopper clips. The clips are used to hold a selection of beads and/or spacers, in a section on the bracelet, rather than allowing the beads to move freely around. Alternatively the clips can be used if you personally like them.

Authentic charm bead jewellery is beautifully designed and made from quality sterling silver. There are many shops selling non official sterling silver beads, but the official designer beads will have the designers name stamped clearly into the metal on the inner core. Unfortunately like most designer products, they are very expensive. Each bead can costs upwards of £30, so if you want 8-10 beads on a bracelet you are looking at over £300, and that does not include the cost of the bracelet itself!

Like many designer products there are a number of copies on the market. So if you are looking for the non branded jewellery, then search for ‘style beads’, such as Pandora Style, Troll Style etc. These ‘style’ beads generally retail at £0.80p – £2. I would look for beads priced around £1 as they tend to be silver plated and of a higher quality than the £0.80p beads.

Websites such as Armiga (www.armiga.co.uk) sell a complete range of Pandora Style Jewellery. Their products are silver plated and of a good quality. So you can purchase a Pandora look a like bracelet for an average of £12!!

 

Armiga is an online creative gift website. Browse our beautiful range of products at http://www.armiga.co.uk

What is pandora style jewellery

Charm bead jewellery is special because you can make, design and create your own pieces. You can make bracelets, necklaces, key-rings, earrings and many others items of jewellery. It is so easy to do, simply select your piece of jewellery and slide on your chosen beads. Think about the colours, look and feel of the jewellery you want to create, something bright and bold, or sleek and stylish. Metal beads, called spacers, can also be purchased. These are often themed to help create that personal style. There are thousands of different types such as flowers, animals, symbols, plain bands or words. Jewellery pieces can be made completely with spacers or they can be used, as their name sake, to space out the glass beads.

Hanging charms are also available to add to your jewellery. Again these add a lovely theme to your design. There are many types are on the market such as, hanging hearts, flowers, animals or even christmas snowman!

There are many style of bracelets available, including bangles, snake chains and leather bracelets. The two main styles to choose from are plain snake bracelets or ones that have raised platforms. These platforms allow you to attach stopper clips too. The clips are used to hold a selection of beads and/or spacers, within a section of the bracelet, rather than allowing the beads to move freely a round. Also the clips can just be used if you personally like them.

Authentic charm bead jewellery is beautifully designed and made from quality sterling silver. There are many shops selling non official sterling silver beads, but the official beads will have the designers name stamped clearly into the metal on the inner core. Unfortunately like most designer products, they are very expensive. Each bead can costs upwards of £30, so if you want 8-10 beads on a bracelet you are looking at over £300, and that does not include the cost of the bracelet itself!

Like many designer products there are a number of copies on the market. So if you are looking for the non branded jewellery, then search for ‘style beads’, such as Pandora Style, Troll Style etc. These ‘style’ beads generally retail at £0.80p – £2. I would look for beads priced around £1-£1.50 as they tend to be silver plated and of a higher quality than the £0.80p beads.

Websites such as Armiga (www.armiga.co.uk) sell a complete range of Pandora Style Jewellery. Their products are silver plated and of a good quality. So you can purchase a Pandora look a like bracelet for an average of £15!! Their customer service is brilliant, so give them a call if you need any further information or want any help designing.

 

Armiga is an online creative gift website. Browse our beautiful range of products at http://www.armiga.co.uk