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Oasap Leggings


Oasap is a high street fashion website that offers a variety of styles and choices. Whether you need a dress, pants, or accessories, they have it all.

I worked with Oasap in the past as a fashion blogger, but stopped when the limit I received was lowered significantly.
I decided to try working with them again for this legging promotion, and wish I had not. Let me explain why.....

I initially was accepted for a pair of winter leggings with snowflakes on them. Then I was emailed because those were out of stock, and was asked to choose a new pair from their Polar Lights Print collection.
I selected the pair I wanted and sent it back. It was no big deal to get a different pair at that point.

Then my pair arrived.

These are not what I agreed to review either..... They are the Floral Detailed Skinny Leggings.

I might not have been disappointed if this pair had actually fit me. They have a nice design. They feel like velvet and are super soft, and are a great color, but if I can't wear them and enjoy them, what's the point?!

So I had my sons' girlfriend throw them on to see if they fit, and thankfully they did.
Here is Jess wearing the tights that weren't quite long enough for me. She looks fab and liked them so I told her to keep them.

So look, this is not completely a loss, at least my sons' girlfriend benefits from the leggings. But I won't be working with Oasap again, it is too much of a hassle. Let me be clear, they were willing to send me a new pair, but I can't be bothered at this point. I just want to end this review and move on with my life.

If I were you, and wanted good fashion at a great price, go to Romwe.  Less hassle or screw-ups.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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