Draya Michele parted those legs while proving she doesn’t pack on the calories last night. The 35-year-old reality star and Mint Swim founder, who this year embarked on a “military” diet, was back to snack food on Sunday night, but she didn’t hold back on the style front for her 8.2 million Instagram followers. Draya, fresh from selling out parts of her 8 Other Reasons jewelry collab, took a break from the promo, and her shot didn’t disappoint. Check it out below.
Scroll for the thigh-highs action. Draya, who regularly uploads her meals to the ‘Gram, had shared her dinner, with fans seeing a steaming-hot bowl of ramen noodle soup – not the cheapo instant kind – with the “Basketball Wives LA” alum then swiftly following her meal shot with a late-night Cheetos snack and canned beverage.
Draya’s permanent update, keeping the food out of it, then went full nuclear on the thigh-high action, bringing the mom of two in suede tan and block-heel boots, white shorts, and an ivory long-sleeved top.
Draya, photographed at night and on a minimalist couch as she sat with parted legs, delivered a knowing gaze, plus a caption.
“One thing bout me…nice+neat (neat was a bonus),” the star wrote.
Draya’s post last night follows a headline-making no-pants one, where sheer Gucci stockings were worn as part of a Fashion Nova promo – Draya holds a partner status with the affordable clothing giant. The post also formed a pattern. Seven days ago, Draya posed for Fashion Nova while in thigh-high Gucci boots . Scroll for more photos.
Draya, whose 2011-founded Mint Swim empire was, in 2017 valued at $1 million and has since included high-profile customers including Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner, has spoken out about her success. The Oh Polly collaborator and influencer last year told Hype Hair:
“Honestly, I have been successful in being myself. I was an early mover in recognizing the power of Instagram and social media and was able to capitalize on it early on. I have fans who have been rockin’ with me for 10 years.”
Draya might best be known for her on-screen time during “Basketball Wives LA,” but the star is set for her own show. “Doses of Draya,” which will air on streaming service Kin, will bring a 10-part docu-series showing Draya’s behind-the-scenes life as an entrepreneur, with Draya herself saying she’s pumped to be working with a black-owned network.
2020 has also seen Michele supporting black-owned businesses, and not in your standard way – earlier this year, she made headlines for tipping a waiter more because he was black.
Scroll for Draya’s dress flying up – without any visible underwear.