- A beautiful lady has shown that one can look smashingly beautiful in a traditional dress style
- The lady's photos on Twitter got many talking as people commended her pretty looks even without wearing a wig
- There were some tweeps who wondered how she goes about her daily activities with her artificial nails
A lady with the Twitter handle @__angellbaby has generated massive reactions on Twitter with special traditional attire.
In a post on the platform on Monday, January 4, the lady shared four photos of herself dressed like someone who is ready for an August occasion.
The lady said that her grandma always loves when she dresses the local way. @__angellbaby struck different beautiful poses with pretty smiles that added to her overall attraction.
See her post below:
What, however, got the reactions of some was the long artificial nails she had on. People asked how she manages to do her chores with them.
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions below:
"The husband would have to rely on the housemaids cooking or starve. Those fingers can't cut onions & pepper... they can't even wash dishes."
"Nice. Are you able to do much with your nails? Like wearing your necklace, laying the bed etc."
"Just wondering how you wash clothes or wash up or even eat with those long fixed nails. Sister!!!"
"Yes cos you look like a queen. I wish our ladies could go back to this style of modesty."
"Dressing like this ain't no bad thing. You look nice like this."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a beautiful and successful young lawyer identified on social media as Barrister Khadijah Umar with the Twitter handle @Barrkhadijah_ caused a massive stir with her assertion.
In a post sighted by Briefly.co.za on her page, the barrister indicated that life without a man is so boring, no matter how successful a woman may be. In another comment by the stunning lawyer, she indicated that wealth was not a problem for her, but finding a man was when she said:
"I need a man I can share my wealth with."
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