Draya Michele has never shied away from showing off bold fashion statements. On Sunday, Aug. 16, the former reality star from “Basketball Wives” posted a photo on Instagram that showed her looking fabulous in a sexy sheer top and shorts.
Taken from the side, the image shows Draya wearing a clear iridescent crop top with bishop sleeves and high-waisted denim shorts. The mother of two accessorized her outfit with shades, silver hoop earrings, gray Gianvito Rossi stiletto sandals that were enhanced with a peach fur strap, as well as a pink handbag by Chanel. Draya opted for a natural makeup look, featuring nude eyeshadow and pink lipstick. Her hair was styled in a high bun and tied together with laid and slayed baby hairs. Sipping what appeared to be a cool drink, the 35-year-old Zeus star struck her pose by lifting up one leg, while standing on what seemed to be the patio of a restaurant. She wrote in her caption: “Shut up b-tch, I know you’re lying.”
Some people went absolutely nuts over her taste in fashion. One user wrote underneath the photo, “It’s everything for me 🔥🔥🔥,” followed by someone else who said, “A whole mood😍.” Another person gushed, “That top sis ! Is everything😍😍😍,” while somebody else commented, “It’s the outfit for me😭😍.”
Draya shared a similar photo on Instagram on Aug. 15, where she was seen wearing the same outfit and admiring gaudy pieces of jewelry. She revealed in her caption that she was “designing,” explaining that she couldn’t wait to share her next move with her fans. The founder of Mint Swimwear is known for her high-low style mixing and suggested in a 2019 interview with BET that she doesn’t like to spend a ton of money when purchasing her clothes.
“I just feel like I wear what I like. I don’t wear what costs money because that’s not what makes me like it. What makes me like things are the fit, the color, the style,” she said.
“So, if a dress costs $40, I’m OK with that. I’m more willing to buy a dress that costs $40 than a dress that costs $800. Those [are the] pieces that I regretted buying throughout the years. I don’t have any emotional attachment to them. And I get rid of them. I sell them on like consignment websites and stuff because I don’t love them.”