Suspender Swagg

Suspender tights have been on the radar in the fashion world after celebrities like Rihanna and Jessie J wore them so well. Many ladies find it hard to pull the look off and ignore the trend altogether.  It is especially difficult for plus size woman because of the lack of plus size fashion tights available in the market.  My name was all over this trend so I found some tights from Topshop.  I went for a sultry, relaxed look  with a graphic tee and cut off shorts.  I bought my tights from Topshop in a M/L which were too small, and  I was unable to pull them over my hips.  As a true DIY(er), I cut the tip off the toes and wore my tights as leggings!  Where there's a will, there's a way!  This look will surely turn heads and in the future, I will try my suspender tights with a mini dress or maybe a skater leatherette skirt.

Want to try this trend?  Click below!
Ebay (searched plus size suspender tights)
Nordstrom **non plus 
Topshop **non plus

What I Wore
shirt- Forever21
shorts- Torrid
shoes- Payless
tights- Topshop
lip color- Ruby Woo & Nightmoth liner

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7 Responses
  • Shainna Tucker
    November 11, 2012

    I ordered my pair the other day and I cant wait to get them in the mail. love this causal look. you look great, and love the red lips!

    xoxo
    Shay

  • Ashley
    November 12, 2012

    you look bomb! and i never would of thought about cutting my too small tights and wear them as leggings!!!! love it!!!!

    your hair looks gorgeous too!

  • de la
    November 14, 2012

    i live for suspender tights, i made my own ๐Ÿ™‚

  • de la
    November 14, 2012

    i live for suspender tights, i made my own ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Miss Dre
    November 17, 2012

    I love your suspender tights! I haven't tried this trend yet, but now I want to. Cute look!

  • Ak Yasmine
    November 19, 2012

    love the outfit !!
    takes a look at my blog when you have a little time, thank you!
    http://inyasuniverse.blogspot.be/

  • k . . .
    October 13, 2013

    Very cool, love the face.
    xoxo,
    kay

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