- Mzansi designer, Tomi Rikhotso recently headed on to Twitter to share a short clip of another one of his stunning creations
- The short clip shows a beautiful young bride rocking the designer dress which has a lacy top with a wide puffed bottom
- Many headed to the comment section to share compliments with the very talented Mr Rikhostso whose dresses continue to turn heads
Tumi Rikhotso is definitely a name worth remembering. The young South African designer has turned many heads with his beautiful wedding gowns and this time he has managed to do it once again.
Taking to Twitter, Rikhostso shared a short clip of a gorgeous bride rocking one of his latest creations. The masterpiece of a dress features a top lace and bottom wide, flaring skirt. A neat bow also distinguishes and also brings together the dress around her waist. He simply captioned the post:
"Tomi R," with a couple of hearts.
Soon the post was filled with compliments from his many adoring fans. Many of them shared hopes of one day getting themselves a Tomi R design. Read a few of their comments below:
"Bathong your gift hle Abuti Tomi. Instead of sleeping I'm drooling over these works of art! You are talented."
"You should approach DStv to have a wedding dress show like "say yes to the dress""
"Tomi I don't want to a marriage, but your dress only. Just like the people taking tender monies but don't wanna do the job... The dress only"
Briefly.co.za previously reported that South African fashion designer Tomi Rikhotso has been quite active on social media as he showcases his latest designs. Recently, he shared a post on Twitter that was a bit out of the ordinary for him.
The extremely talented and down-to-earth designer stated that he has R75 and proceeded to ask his followers: "Let’s go to Home Affairs tomorrow, anyone?"
A lot of SAns took to Tomi's replies section to accept the spontaneous offer. Many picked out dresses from Tomi's collection and asked him to "bring the dress" and they would meet him at Home Affairs.
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Source: Briefly News