Local designer Tomi Rikhotso's Tsonga inspired dress wins over Twitter

Local designer Tomi Rikhotso's Tsonga inspired dress wins over Twitter

Tomi Rikhotso took to Twitter to share another one of his amazing creations, which manages to incorporate traditional elements.

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Earlier this week, local fashion designer shared another one of his beautiful designs on his official Twitter account.

This time, the creative genius managed to incorporate the Tsonga culture in the vibrant bright pink ensemble.

"This one is for my Tsonga people I hope you like it. Tomi R Creations," he captioned several photos of the outfit.

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Rikhotso also shared a short video of the dress, which showed how the beautiful design flows with movement.

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Needless to say, tweeps were in love with the design. Social media users praised Rikhotso for his talent, Briefly.co.za gathered.

Social media user @SindiMkhize8 predicted big things for the talented designer: "Soon and very soon , we’re going to be seeing you in magazines and on TV. From my lips to Gods ears . You are amazing Tomi"
Siwe Mahanana, who goes by the Twitter handle @siwehansie, commented: "I've been going through your pictures. Man, your work is amazing. May God continue to bless the work of your hands."
Another social media user, @KgLes2, wrote: "I feel like I'm a stalker now.. I also go through your designs. Love your work."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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