- A young man with the Twitter handle displayed his auntie's tailoring skill as he shared photos of the jacket she made
- Tweeps found it quite funny that the jacket was made from popular Crown Royal shopping bags
- Others wondered how many of the bags she collected before she had enough material for the piece
A man has with the Twitter handle @Tenndurag showcased the piece his auntie sewed as he modelled in it, striking different poses.
In a Twitter post on Saturday, December 12, the man captioned photos of the jacket as:
"Y'all look what my auntie made for me."
The auntie made him a jacket and a cap that look very much like one a valet at a five-star hotel would wear. The blue and gold piece has a padded bottom with a blue rope at the back.
See his post below:
His photos have generated massive reactions on the platform. Many told the young man his auntie must really like him for her to have gone the extra length to sew him a piece from collected shopping bags.
Below are some of the reactions:
"You look like Andre 'Crown Royal' 3000."
"This is an almost tacky, yet awesome upcycling of @CrownRoyal bags. This is coming from someone that uses said bags as a purse like it's 1620. They're sturdy bags!"
"When I was young, my grandparents worked at a bar and would save the Crown Royal bags for me as 'dress up' purses. I didn't know what exactly Crown Royal was and carried my Bible to church in one. Oh boy, I learned!"
"Auntie got skills! Please pass along my commendations."
In similar Briefly.co.za news, a local man recently took to his Facebook page to share pics of an unknown lady modelling in an outfit that was put together completely out of Tastic rice bags. Sarel-Lee Maribana shared the pics with an interesting and funny caption that read:
"FanTASTIC work, she is definitely ricing up to the occasion. Kaba ka tshwara ke tlala, okare nka ja rice ka nama," he wrote.
The outfit, which features a stylish off-the-shoulder top that has a unique buttoned-up design at the back, clear pants and a ruffled skirt, even features a facemask that was also made from a Tastic plastic bag.
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