Tuesday, February 23, 2016

The Most Comfortable Thigh High EVER!


Images By: Oye Diran



New wig, who this? haha I've always wanted to say that lol. I've been trying out a lot of new wigs lately, just to give my own natural hair a breather from sew-ins, and all the tension it causes to my edges. My edges are not on "fleek" right now, so I've been treating it under my lovely wigs, hoping they would grow back thicker and fuller. If you guys know of any remedies I can use for thinning edges, please let me know in the comment section. And Yes, I have used Jamaican black castor oil, but it just has never worked for me. That's one major thing everyone always recommends, but I don't think it is for everyone. 

Let's get into this outfit. Winter is slowly dying down down (Praise God), but I barely got so show you guys a few of my winter looks and fab furs, so I'm trying to show you guys a few styles with them, before the weather gets a bit warmer. I absolutely love this fur. I hadn't worn it a while and almost put it up for sale on my eBay, but my boyfriend told me heck no! So I kept it, and I'm glad I did. You can do so much with it. Dress it up with a nice body con dress, or casual wear it; like this fit. 

Now a little something about me, I would choose comfort any day over killing just to look fab. Who says fab doesn't have to be comfortable? Which brings me to my thigh high boots. I know these boots are not everyone's cup of tea, but I am super in love with them. I have never found thigh high boots that actually stay up on my calves, where I don't have to keep pulling them up every second, and are COMFY! That's a score in my book! I snagged these babies up during the Zara sale for $40. I have a few thigh high, that are the most uncomfortable, and are triple the price I bought these for, so i'm very happy with this purchase. Hope you guys enjoyed this look.

Stay Blessed xx

Wearing

Coat: Asos

Boots: Zara 

Bag: H&M

Brown Wool Top: Zara

Grey Turtleneck: Uniqlo (Heattech)













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