- Some photos that were shared on social media have taken tweeps on a trip down memory lane to the days when safari suits were the height of fashion
- The photographer came across a man dressed in an immaculate old school safari suit and asked him to pose for the camera
- If not for the satellite dishes and cars in the background, anyone would believe the photos had been taken in the 1970s due to the setting and the attire
A man has taken social media on a trip down memory lane after embracing a fashion trend from the 1970s.
A photographer with the Twitter handle @kojox_ shared the photos on his page after a dapper man posed for the camera.
The man rested his arm on a salon car, and in the background was a bungalow whose rusty zinc roof would make anyone believe that the photo was taken in the 1970s - if not for the satellite dishes on the roof.
According to the photographer, the photos were taken in Ghana.
@kojox_ captioned the photos:
"I just walked past him and saw his unique outfit and asked for a picture and he gladly accepted."
Tweeps soon flooded the comment section of the post with their thoughts.
"You opened up a whole lot of memories mate, both here in SA and the rest of Africa. My company invented the various versions of this safari suit. Great pic, and you obviously have an eye for unique fashion trends. Great photography as well."
"Beautiful shot! Handsome model! Great photography!"
"That man is insanely fashionable. Thanks for capturing those moments."
In other news, a young lady has inspired many on social media after sharing two adorable photos of how her cheerleading journey began.
The cheerleader with the Twitter handle @CharleeALaMode took to her page to join the "before and after" trend and many were impressed with how far she has come.
In one of the pictures, she is seen as a little cheerleader with so much enthusiasm and happiness that comes with doing what one loves to do, and doing it well.
The recent picture of the lady shows an adult whose love for cheerleading is unflinching and inspiring.
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