Mzansi People Discuss Picture of Couple Wearing Matching Outfits, Has Some Preparing Rescue Mission for Man

Mzansi People Discuss Picture of Couple Wearing Matching Outfits, Has Some Preparing Rescue Mission for Man

  • A picture of a cute couple wearing matching outfits divided the people of Mzansi on social media with their feels
  • Twitter user @thuso_thelejane shared the picture of the couple claiming this is a level of a relationship not many have tasted
  • Some were all for the matching outfits while others believe the woman was responsible for it and the man is in danger

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When you get to the matching outfit stage of your relationship you are either head over heels in love or in troubles, LOL. So, when the people of Mzansi saw a couple in matching outfits, they had a lot to say.

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Twitter user @thuso_thelejane shared a picture of a cute couple wearing matching Adidas shirts and jean shorts. Image: Getty Images
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There are a lot of quirky relationship stages that some will just never do… like wearing matching King and Queen shirts or getting their significant others name tattooed on them.

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Twitter user @thuso_thelejane shared a picture of a cute couple wearing matching Adidas shirts and jean shorts., claiming that this is a relationship level that not many reach.

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“This stage in a relationship ”

Briefly News had the opportunity of speaking to the man who posted the snap and found that he did n ot even know the couple in the picture, however, he wanted to relay an important message. He wanted to note how many alter opinion and that love should not have a price tag.

"... my thoughts are, people do the matching outfits as a sign of love, people who have money do it all the time, because they have money and their clothes are expensive we dont talk.
"So now when ordinary people from our society do so we turn to judge and call them names and say a woman is running or calling the shots on that relationship."

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The snap divides the people of Mzansi in the comment section

While the couple looked snazzy, some just could not get passed the matching outfits. There are those who think this is the cutest thing and others who feel it is pure torture.

Take a look at the mixed feels:

@DODO_MASONDO has never been this blessed:

“None of my boyfriends would agree.”

@Neo_Mnero7 thinks this is the danger zone, LOL:

“Most dangerous stage ke lesi they even iron your underwear.”

@SiyaMax can’t even find a date:

“Peeps outchea doing advanced stages... that time am still tryna find someone to start initial stage with... inde lendlela!!!”

@Xesibles knows the true beauty of it:

@ChrisExcel102 knows who wears the pants here:

Mzansi people went all in on a picture of a family wearing matching outfits that were dubbed "SA Gucci”

In related news, Briefly News reported that matching outfits are cute, but choosing blanket material as “the look”, is definitely questionable. A snap of a fam wearing proudly African blankets as means of matching outfits left the comment section blazing.

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Most people have had a moment where they have worn an overly floral item of clothing that could easily be mistaken for curtains, but purposefully wearing blankets is not a choice many make.

Twitter user @Dipuo1026 proudly shared the family snap introducing “The Tjales”. The picture shows the fam wearing outfits made from blankets… even their accessories had a splash of the famous fabric. It is a lot!

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Denika Herbst (Editor) Denika Herbst is a Human Interest writer at Briefly News. She is also an Industrial Sociologist with a master's degree in Industrial Organisational and Labour Studies from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, which she completed in 2020. She is now a PhD candidate at UKZN. Denika has over five years of experience writing for Briefly News (joined in 2018), and a short time writing for The South African. You can reach her via: denika.herbst@briefly.co.za.

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