Briefly.co.za asked our readers what their quarantine looks were and we received a coupleof amazing photos.
The lockdown has the entire country confined to their homes as we try to combat the novel coronavirus.
With people chilling at their houses, many have had to adjust to life in isolation. Briefly.co.za decided to ask our readers to share their quarantine looks with us.
We received several photos and decided to take a look at the five best ones at the time of publishing.
1. Lucky Slaga Lax
Lucky Slaga Lax did not exactlty share a selfie of his quarantine look with us but he did give us a peek at what he has been up to.
Lax shared a photo of his art work and wrote:
"I'm taking graffiti to points perspective."
2. Guzu TheBoss Sibs
Gugu Sibs seems to be one of our unsung heroes - essential workers who are risking their lives to do the jobs we would not be able to live without.
Sibs posted a snap of himself on his way home from work, writing there's no lockdown for him.
3. Nox Kenny
While some of us are wearing sweats and PJs at home, one lady, Nox Kenny, is looking fresh.
She shared a selfie and captioned it:
4. Rofhiwa Nangani
Rofhiwa Nangani shared with us a photo of her enjoying some music and water in her yard.
5. Shabalala Siyethemba
Keeping fit during this time is important but a lot of people are either snacking on food or watching TV.
However, Shabalala Siyethemba is maintaining his fitness during lockdown. Siyethemba posted a workout snap of himself and he became our inspiration.
While not everyone sent us images, some of our readers told us what they have been up to in the lockdown.
Awa Dlamini Mankosi commented:
"Spending more time with my husband and my two kids."
Margery Dean wrote:
"Sometimes I comb my hair and change out of my slippers. Sometimes not!"
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported on a couple who showed Mzansi how they were keeping themselves entertained during the lockdown.
The couple dressed up in each other's clothes and posted photos on social media.
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