I’ve found the perfect knee high boots for all my thick leg gals – they're an autumn staple and fit like a dream | The Sun
A SLIM thicc fashionista has revealed she's found the perfect knee high boots for her "thick leg gals".
Carla Kent, 27, regularly delights her 108,000 Instagram followers (@carlakentx) with her shopping hauls and outfit picks.
In a recent post, she shared her comfy autumn outfit for a day at the salon.
The makeup artist, from Glasgow, looked stylish but comfy in a striped jumper, leggings and black knee high boots.
After sharing the picture, she said: "[I've had] so many messages on these boots.
"For my thick leg gals, you need these.
"They're from ASOS but I actually found them basically new on Vinted."
The Simply Be wide fit flat boots are at the slightly pricier end, costing £59 on ASOS.
But that's still £10 cheaper than buying directly from Simply Be online, where they are priced at £69.
Describing the chunky footwear on their website, Simply Be bosses said: "Who doesn't need a pair of knee high chunky boots?
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"These are the perfect pair with a full inside zip, a comfortable, cushioned chunky sole and soft faux leather upper.
"Pair with dresses, trousers or jeans for a cold winters day."
It's not the first time Carla has come to the rescue of her fellow curvy fashionistas with footwear recommendations.
Just last month she bagged a pair of Primark cowboy boots which she hailed as the ideal boots for "big calf girlies".
"Public service announcement [for] my big calf girlies and boys. These fit like a dream, honestly", she said.
And the boots are a bargain too, scanning at just £18 at tills.
TV fans may recognise influencer Carla from reality show The Agency: Unfiltered.
And BBC Scotland bosses have just renewed it for a second series.
The show will once again follow Aquarius Creative, Scotland's largest influencer agency, and its founders, Kirsten Cameron and Amy Moore as they tackle their business and the dramas that come with it.
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Kirsten and Amy said: "We're so excited to have the opportunity to share our story with viewers once again, showing them the unfiltered reality of our world.
"We're passionate about what we do and it’s been humbling to see the audience response to the first series. We can’t wait to get going on series two.”
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