- A lady with a strong fashion sense shared pics online of a red wedding gown that she designed for a client
- Tweeps were captivated by the unusual design and couldn't hold back the praise with some fancying the dress for themselves
- The bold designer was inundated with peeps asking how they could have dresses designed by her
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Eccentric designer and founder of BMashilo Designs, Bonolo Mashilo, pushed the envelope with her breathtaking bridal creation that she posted on Twitter.
She posted two pics on her Twitter account to show off her scarlet design with the caption:
"My bride asked for a red dress with a touch of Muenda print."
Tweeps agreed that she exceeded the bride's expectation as the dress was beautiful.
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Added to the praise from people on Twitter, Bonolo also received questions from peeps who would have liked to have her creation in future.
@Thulani38700619 suggested the design was of regal status:
"Frame 2, queening."
@mysticalmayhem6 simply said:
@ToyaNcanana made an observation:
"Yho this dress was truly made for her body."
"This is beautiful.Why didn't I see this earlier? My future wife was gonna look pretty in something like this. With different colours."
“Andizi lapho”: South Africans divided on photo of affordable R30 white wedding dress
On the flip side of the coin, many peeps would have not imagined R30 wedding dress. According to Briefly News, A South African guy encouraged his social media peeps to get married because wedding garments had become affordable after he shared a wedding dress that costs R30. The Twitter account holder seemed to have found an easier and more affordable plan for Mzansi guys to commit to their sweethearts.
@Givvy_Givven shared a picture on his social media space and said his followers didn't have excuses now because he had looked out for them. The viral post attracted funny reactions and some people said the price of the wedding dress was not worth it.
On inquiry, Givven said he spotted the white dress at a shop in Small Street in Johannesburg.
Source: Briefly News