Generally speaking, going out in public nearly nude isn't acceptable. Even on the hottest days of the year, female nipples are still banned (much to everyone's annoyance) and genitalia are an absolute no-no unless you want to get arrested for indecent exposure.
However, one woman named Jen Seidel has gone on a mission to push the boundaries of how little clothing a person can possibly get away with wearing. How? You ask. Well, it involves the use of some seriously impressive body art to create the illusion of wearing clothes.
Check out the video below to see Jen's incredible mission in action:
In one social experiment, for example, Jen sent a model on a Tinder date nearly naked. Her date was completely oblivious to the fact that he'd gotten luckier than most people on a first date until she pointed out just how little clothing she was really wearing.
"I like your outfit," the guy says, before almost realizing the truth, "for a few seconds, I thought you were naked."
Jen also painted a model with one of her impressive creations and sent her into a mall, which resulted in some seriously priceless reactions from shoppers and clerks who got close enough to realize just how scantily clad she was.
Now, she, along with her daughter, have completed another social experiment which involved painting a model, Ali, with the illusion of a seemingly ordinary sportswear ensemble that consisted of blue leggings and a matching sports bra.
While some people who are body painted go completely nude under the paint, to slightly reduce the risk of arrest, the model was wearing nipple pasties and a thong to hide her modesty before she went out to do yoga in public.