- Very talented tailor, Oyinda Akinfenwa, has sewn another dress that can be styled by the owner in five different ways
- The lady showed how the piece can be worn as she modelled it on her Twitter page on Wednesday, December 9
- Many marvelled at her skill, saying her brilliance in the art always delivers good results
Twenty-two-year-old Nigerian fashion designer, Oyinda Akinfenwa, has done it again. This time around, she made a super cute dress which she called 'leather fit'.
Recall that Oyinda had at different times in the past made beautiful pieces that could be worn in many ways. On Wednesday, October 7, she made a dress that could be styled 8 different ways.
This time around, Oyinda's leather fit can be worn in five different ways. In describing the masterpiece, the lady said that "the flare skirt can be worn both inward and outward".
See her post below:
As she has always done, the Nigerian lady modelled her wear with beautiful poses and matching high heels.
At the time of writing this report, her post had gotten over 14,000 likes and hundreds of engaging comments.
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions to her post below:
"Is it just me, as your designs get hotter, so are you getting hotter, omo, if I was a guy, would have asked you out."
"Make people sha dey wash this cloth before they change the style. I see some ladies just changing styles instead of washing the outfit first."
"I hope this woman gets all the recognition she deserves."
"This lady and her creativity. Always on point. I'm not sure there is anything they can give you that you won't turn into a designer outfit. I need to send you aluminium sheets, let's see what you can make out of them."
"Whoever that gets to be with lady better take care of her with his life. She's everything."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a Nigerian lady, Ore Akinde, succeeded greatly years after her roommates at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN) laughed at her clothes making business.
The crotchet maker in a post on Friday, November 27, said her school friends then called her masquerade and danced around in her pieces.
Despite the discouragement, Akinde forged ahead. More than three years later, she has over 35 designs and has sold more than 5000 outfits.
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