Thursday, 31 October 2013

Started from the bottom, now we here!

As we are all used to the funny pictures associated with this phrase ranging from the horse tail now Brazilian hair, the ororo lip gloss now ruby woo lipstick, and the funniest of all the loubs!

Well well, today's post is really not a slouchy something at all....
Hmm, it all started when I became a workaholic and all of a sudden i became a "flaty". Normally I would take my flat shoes then change later to my heels (ya know for comfort).

Its easy for 3 months to go by now and I realized #inTheDbanjWay suddenly, suddenly suddenly suddenly I haven't been any wearing heels. (i should put 5 exclamation marks here but read further and put it yourself)

Now this is the difference between a "heel climber" and a "flaty"

The Heel Climber



The Flaty (i edited the shoes but you get) 


















Yes yes we know its comfortable but it shouldn't affect your chic status quo, stress yasef a little (especially when you need to make an impression). And guess what, wearing heels for a longer period will only hurt for a while, but they can help prevent knee problems at an older age.
So I'v made a new year resolution since October is my birth month :D and it marks a new year for me but if you catch me wearing flats y'all know January is the beginning of the year right?



Love Bisayo


8 comments:

aura said...
31 October 2013 at 15:21  

i can't say im a 'heels' person. there is something about the comfort of flat shoes. #TeamFlats. Although I realise some clothes go best on heels, I try to dress up accordingly, but then the excruciating pain in my ankles and tiptoes force me to always dump the heels for flats.

aura said...
31 October 2013 at 15:21  

oh please remove the antispam robot. makes leaving a comment long thing

Bisayo Ifelowo said...
31 October 2013 at 15:37  

how am i sure you are not a robot yourself?

aura said...
31 October 2013 at 15:48  

lol. dolo. yes i am a robot

Stephen Amaza said...
31 October 2013 at 17:37  

Finally she blogs. You look pretty dear. Didn't even bother reading the girlie stuff

DunnieK said...
31 October 2013 at 19:10  

I feel you! For long weeks, I've been wearing my #600 rubber flat shoes. I take different lovely heels to work and I end up not changing. I cannot come and kill myself. You are right, the statement the heels make... *sigh* but it is very tiring to keep up with the stress I go through. I miss them...I'm going back to them even if I have to hang my legs when i get home to help the ache.

DunnieK said...
31 October 2013 at 19:16  

I disagree,wearing heels doesn't get better the more you wear it. What you get is big fat tubbers of yam on your legs :P. You look very cute and what you call flaty is not even flat.

Bisayo Ifelowo said...
1 November 2013 at 09:10  

Dunni even with flats u have yams looool.... thanks steve

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Thursday, 31 October 2013

Started from the bottom, now we here!


As we are all used to the funny pictures associated with this phrase ranging from the horse tail now Brazilian hair, the ororo lip gloss now ruby woo lipstick, and the funniest of all the loubs!

Well well, today's post is really not a slouchy something at all....
Hmm, it all started when I became a workaholic and all of a sudden i became a "flaty". Normally I would take my flat shoes then change later to my heels (ya know for comfort).

Its easy for 3 months to go by now and I realized #inTheDbanjWay suddenly, suddenly suddenly suddenly I haven't been any wearing heels. (i should put 5 exclamation marks here but read further and put it yourself)

Now this is the difference between a "heel climber" and a "flaty"

The Heel Climber



The Flaty (i edited the shoes but you get) 


















Yes yes we know its comfortable but it shouldn't affect your chic status quo, stress yasef a little (especially when you need to make an impression). And guess what, wearing heels for a longer period will only hurt for a while, but they can help prevent knee problems at an older age.
So I'v made a new year resolution since October is my birth month :D and it marks a new year for me but if you catch me wearing flats y'all know January is the beginning of the year right?



Love Bisayo


8 comments on "Started from the bottom, now we here!"

aura on 31 October 2013 at 15:21 said...

i can't say im a 'heels' person. there is something about the comfort of flat shoes. #TeamFlats. Although I realise some clothes go best on heels, I try to dress up accordingly, but then the excruciating pain in my ankles and tiptoes force me to always dump the heels for flats.

aura on 31 October 2013 at 15:21 said...

oh please remove the antispam robot. makes leaving a comment long thing

Bisayo Ifelowo on 31 October 2013 at 15:37 said...

how am i sure you are not a robot yourself?

aura on 31 October 2013 at 15:48 said...

lol. dolo. yes i am a robot

Stephen Amaza on 31 October 2013 at 17:37 said...

Finally she blogs. You look pretty dear. Didn't even bother reading the girlie stuff

DunnieK on 31 October 2013 at 19:10 said...

I feel you! For long weeks, I've been wearing my #600 rubber flat shoes. I take different lovely heels to work and I end up not changing. I cannot come and kill myself. You are right, the statement the heels make... *sigh* but it is very tiring to keep up with the stress I go through. I miss them...I'm going back to them even if I have to hang my legs when i get home to help the ache.

DunnieK on 31 October 2013 at 19:16 said...

I disagree,wearing heels doesn't get better the more you wear it. What you get is big fat tubbers of yam on your legs :P. You look very cute and what you call flaty is not even flat.

Bisayo Ifelowo on 1 November 2013 at 09:10 said...

Dunni even with flats u have yams looool.... thanks steve

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