Lady shares inspiring photo wearing traditional attire at graduation

Lady shares inspiring photo wearing traditional attire at graduation

- A lady shared a sweet story about how she ended up wearing her traditional attire for graduation

- She could not afford to buy a new outfit for the event

- Social media users loved her outfit of choice and appreciated her post

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A woman shared an inspiring story about her graduation. She said that she could not afford to buy a fancy dress and shoes for the ceremony. The graduate then thought to wear her beautiful traditional attire instead.

Lady shares inspiring photo wearing traditional attire at graduation

Source: Facebook/ImStaying
Source: Facebook

Nokuthula MakaLuthando Dlamini‎ posted her story on the #ImStaying Facebook group. She shared a gorgeous picture from the ceremony. The post received over 14 000 reactions on the social media platform. Facebook user Chanttelle Muller said:

"Congratulations. You look beautiful."

Belinda Germeshuizen said:

"Your outfit looks super fancy to me. You look amazing! Congrats on your graduation!"

Daleen Maré said:

"And you look gorgeous!! Congratulations, wishing you great success."

Colette Robertson said:

"Absolutely gorgeous."

Janet Murray said:

"Absolutely nothing wrong with your attire. Eye-catching and looks good. Well done."

Olerato Sempe said:

"I swear I'm not crying. This is beautiful beyond words. Congratulations sweetheart."

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Briefly.co.za previously reported that a woman expressed her gratitude to a kind stranger who helped her through a difficult time. The man found her hungry while she was a student and insisted on buying her food for a month. The grateful lady is now a successful graduate, all thanks to the stranger's helping hand.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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