With a burgeoning belly bulge, I’ve had to sadly wave goodbye to my waist. There goes 80% of my wardrobe, high-waisted pants, belts and of course, the trend I was dying to sport before I found out I was preggers: crop tops. The midriff and the middle are going to go uncover for quite a while now, but low and behold, I still have legs! I’ve really had to shift my style as of late because more and more of my closet are refusing to go out with me in public, so it’s primarily sweater dresses and tights.
If you’re like me, your stockings drawer probably exposes messy streak inside you. I don’t know how many tights I own because they are all tangled up, jumbled and unrecognizable. I remember at one stage in my life, I resorted to just owning black opaques because they were convenient and instantly recognizable. But stockings need not be bland! So I was stoked to discover Stoxbox recently. Finally, an easy, stylish and clear way to organise my chaotic drawer of elastic legwear! And perfect timing too! I open this drawer much more frequently now than before I was pregnant.
Feathers top / Yeojin Bae skirt / Levante stockings / Miu Miu heels / Vintage earrings , cuff (gifted from my beautiful friend Jess) & clutch
Lately I’ve been working nonstop as a vet and rarely get time off to dress up. So when I do, I really make an effort (OK, so when I say effort, it’s usually a sweater dress and a pair of tights, except in this instance…). I’m so thankful for this new stockings draw composed of Stoxboxes (translate: stockings in boxes, hank me later). They’ve not only made outfit coordination and wardrobe tidiness easier, but I’ve finally had the courage to throw out the stockings that are not quite up to scratch :) Another way to learn this invaluable lesson: “less is more”.
I think I’ll need to bring my drawer with me when we head over to NYC later on!
Like I said, thank me later :)