I once heard a motivational speaker say to the audience, ‘Looking good is good business’. And after wearing the latest craze in Naija (insert drum roll), the fitted kaftan, I have to admit the speaker was right…there’s just one snag – getting into a fitted kaftan isn’t exactly a walk in the park but the pain sure is worth looking d-a-p-p-e-r for (as the pic-story below perfectly illustrates):
If you think putting this on was easy then wait till you see me try to take this thing off! Contortion-ism doesn’t even begin to explain it (sigh)
N.B – These pics are for my (and your) amusement on this site only. Anyone found in violation of this will be subjected to being shoved into a kaftan much tighter than this one ^^
“These pics are for my (and your) amusement on this site only. Anyone found in violation of this will be subjected to being shoved into a kaftan much tighter than this one ^^ ”
This got me laughing so hard, imagine “painting” face for 45 mins and then trying to wear the kaftan whilst avoiding your face, herculean task right? That’s what some women do to “look good” hehehehe.
Beauty is pain or something along those lines 🙂
Lol, Timiebix, now he knows what women have been going through for ages! Tonwa, you should read my post, The Body Magic, believe me, putting on a fitted kaftan is a piece of cake 🙂
The N.B is funny. This is what a lot of ladies go through in wearing body magic, girdles, etc. all in the bid to look slim……lol
I can’t wait to see you latest moves in coming out of that…
Patience my dear friend, patience…
Hmmmm…a chance for a certain individual to show off results of hours spent sweating at the gym..bloody show off!!
lol. You’re just hating on a brutha. Guess you missed the whole point of my post 😉
LWKMD. Please who was taking these pictures? How did they keep a straight face?
Answer to Q.1 – That’s classified.
Answer to Q.2 – She couldn’t keep a straight face 😉