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Oasap: Thick Seam-Free Leggings & Distinctive Leopard Platform Detail Creepers

Oasap is a global online store dedicated to high-street fashion by offering various kinds of women’s apparel, bags, shoes, jewellery, accessories, etc.  
Oasap was founded in late 2011, however, had already had thousands of SKU by far.  They keep updating products at a high rate every day.

Now they update more than 500 new products each week. Those products mentioned definitely belong to the latest fashion trend. 

Oasap's mission is to make you close to the planet's most cutting-edge fashion, no matter where you are or what class or age group you are in. Pursuing fashion is the right of every woman.

They do free shipping worldwide with speed and precision and have a 30 days unconditional return policy.
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My Review of Sleeveless Print Vest Slim 
 
MY OPINION:
My wishlist is growing all the time on Oasap! This time I  chose two items off the site for review. First I got the Thickened Seam-Free Leggings.
These leggings are soft. And I love that the fall is coming and leggings will be quite useful in our colder climate. Because I got black, they can really go with anything and that makes for a variety of looks you can use. I love versatile clothes!
 My foot has been a size 10 for as long as I can remember, and these were a half off. So for future note to self, get a size 10 and a half. Still I wore them, and they looked great. They didn't pinch too terribly, so I rocked them.
The only thing I really couldn't stand is the smell. I have no idea what they use to hold the shoe together, but yuck! I had to bag them to get rid of the smell. At some point, when I'm less of a procrastinator, I will figure out how to get the stink out, then they'll be wearable.
So here is my outfit I put together... kinda punky chick, which is me. I got the top at Zellers, yep.
 So I still love, love, love this site. It's super fast for delivering the clothes, and now with experience I know to watch the sizes a little better. Like mom always said, better to be a little big than not fit at all. 
 
4.5/5
 
Recommend? YES! 
 
 
DISCLAIMER: I received clothes for review. I was not compensated financially for my opinion or this post.
 

Comments

  1. Love the shoes - I am getting a pair as well :)

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  2. I am glad to know you liked the tights / leggings. I will try those soon.

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  3. Will have to check OASAP out! Nice leggings.
    Cheers.

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  4. I could use some leggings -- I actually don't have any -- these look cool

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  5. Black leggings are brilliant. You can wear them with everything.

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  6. The outfit you picked looks very stylish!

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  7. LOVE leggins, but still can't get used to animal print :( maybe it's just not for me...

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  8. The leggings look so comfy! And the seam free thing seems nicer than you might think!

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  9. They look comfy for sure. I have to say that I love the heeled shoes in the photo above!

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  10. I lvoe Oasap too! Their clothes are beautiful and they ship really fast and the and Amazing shoes!

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  11. Love the leggings! And the creepers are keepers :-)

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  12. I like the black open toed shoes

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