- Ayanda Ncwane is dressed by her brother Phupho Gumede on The Real Housewives of Durban and fans are loving it
- Taking to social media, Phupho posted snaps of Ayanda's latest looks on the reality television show
- Mzansi social media users love the Phupho-styled Ayanda and have praised them both in the comments
Ayanda Ncwane is trending on social media once again, but this time it's because of her fashion sense. The Real Housewives of Durban (RHOD) star always serves looks on the show and fans are in love with her style.
Taking to social media, Ayanda's brother Phupho Gumede shared pictures of Ayanda's latest looks on RHOD.
Fans have come to love Ayanda, not only for her cool, calm and collected energy but also because she seems to be a style icon. Ayanda's style is modest but she also goes all-out at the same time.
Phupho usually styles Ayanda and other stars in the Mzansi entertainment industry. He also uses the name "Kardashian" to describe himself and it's becoming clear why.
Ayanda mostly wears dresses and attractive headwear to tie her looks together. Social media users reacted to the pictures that Phupho posted of Ayanda's latest looks.
Check out some of the reactions below:
"You and Ayanda really did not come to play this season."
"Thank you for dressing her and making her look fabulously amazing."
"She looks stunning. Your work is beautiful."
"One thing about Ayanda, she will always outdress everyone."
"Phupho you are doing a great job!"
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Ayanda Ncwane trended on social media for being boss on RHOD. South Africans are loving The Real Housewives of Durban (RHOD) ever since it has been airing on Showmax.
Fans are obsessed with the cast but it seems like Mzansi is super -smitten with Ayanda Ncwane. After the latest episode, the timeline was buzzing with tweets about Ayanda. She was even trending on Twitter for her boss lady personality.
A number of South Africans feel that Ayanda is the one who is carrying the show. Her personality and character have caught the eyes of many.
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