Boity Thulo’s curves have always had tongues wagging and while some tweeps have had negative things to say about them, we are fans of her style no matter what size she is
With the success of her reality TV show, we’re seeing more of Boity than we’ve ever seen before and we love it. Boity’s style has always been consistently flattering and body-positive through fan appreciation and even the mean comments. We love these five looks from Boity.
Boity stole the show at the Moet match in Africa a few weeks ago. She turned high waist white shorts into a smart, semi-formal look and we can’t see shorts the same way again. All white with gold accessories is a tried and tested combo and Boity’s outfit is a credit to the colour combination. This year Boity’s leg and curve accentuating outfits are goals. Although her printed dress kind of camouflages her chunky buckle belt, its waist-cinching effects are definitely visible.
Although she probably doesn’t need it, the pointy heels can do wonders for ladies with shorter legs. Wearing a high slit and pointy shoe makes your legs look longer and make body-con dresses more flattering. Less is so much more with this outfit! When wearing a fully metallic outfit, it’s easy to look over the top and more like an award than a person. Boity’s choice to keep it short and keep accessories to a minimum definitely make this look a winner.
Even the ruffles aren’t out of place here and take this metallic gold body-con dress from simple to chic. Boity is definitely a trendsetter, but she definitely doesn’t follow the trends. With hints from old school classics in the black and white pattern, Boity brought this look straight into 2020 with a high-low pleated mini skirt that isn’t just fashionable but practical too.
Have you ever wanted to wear a mini-skirt but didn’t because you were worried to would rise too high at the back? Well, Boity’s high-low mini is the answer to that problem.
In other news – DJ Shimza’s #QuarantineOnlineParty keeps Mzansi entertained
South Africans have had to make several life adjustments since the coronavirus hit the country’s shores. With President Cyril Ramaphosa prohibiting gatherings of more than 100 people this has meant that going out to popular groove hangout spots has become a thing of the past in Mzansi and unfortunately meant that several social events have had to be postponed or cancelled.
In a bid to create awareness and keep the arts alive, DJ Shimza launched the Quarantine Online Party with some of Mzansi’s hottest DJs. With social distancing in high effect across Mzansi, the live sets which were broadcast on Facebook from 18:00 on Saturday. Read more