- A local bride has left South Africans absolutely stunned after pics of her rocking a Tomi Rikhotso gown was shared by the designer himself
- Taking to Twitter, the talented young South African designer shared beautiful pics with his followers
- Mzansi went absolutely crazy over the stunning design, many of them flocked to the comment section to compliment both the bride and the designer
It is still wedding season in Mzansi and talented local designer Tomi Rikhotso has just given everyone ultimate wedding vibes. The young man shared a picture of a beautiful bride rocking one of his own unique designs.
The bride is wearing a sparkling bottom-flared white gown that was completed with a bright yellow ruffled bodice decorated with multi-coloured flower patterns. The look also features a yellow head-wrap to match.
"A Tsonga bride, Tomi R," Rikhotso captioned the breathtakingly beautiful post.
Rikhotso's captivated followers loved the dress. Man of them took to the comment section to compliment both him and the beautiful Tsonga bride. Read a few of their comments below.
"This is beautiful, will a person be overdressed if they wear this dress as a guest emshadweni?"
"Would I be considered dramatic if I wore this dress to someone’s wedding?"
"Yoo, why did I get married in 1990-something, this is beautiful Tomi."
"Tomi, look at this, do you see that 11:11 at the top? I'm declaring to the Universe that YOU are going to create my Tsonga wedding dress. Something similar to this."
In other heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, discovering that you raised your child to be helpful and caring is a delightful thing for many parents. A young South African dad recently found out just how delightful after his daughter proved herself to be helpful and caring indeed.
Taking to popular social media app Twitter, @Mbonjeni1 shared how his car had gotten a flat on the N2. Naturally he jumped out to fix it, and this is when his six-yer-old, who was with her two other siblings in the car, decided to jump out with her dad so she could hold an umbrella up for him while he fixed the punctured tyre.
"I had a puncture on the N2 today was with 3 kids. My 6-year-old girl insisted on carrying an umbrella for me, we both soaked coz 'twas windy too. After we done, in the car, she asks "Ngikusizile angithi Baba?" Shed my first tear of the year," wrote the touched dad.
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