Xhosa Queens Slay in Traditional Outfits, Cultural Display in TikTok Video Fills Mzansi With Pride

Xhosa Queens Slay in Traditional Outfits, Cultural Display in TikTok Video Fills Mzansi With Pride

  • A TikTok video featuring women in stunning Xhosa outfits lit up many timelines across Mzansi
  • Their energetic dancing and vibrant ensembles beautifully showcased the richness of Xhosa culture
  • The footage gained thousands of views and netizens expressed their admiration for the cultural display in the comments section
Woman wore a Xhosa traditional dress
A woman dazzled the internet with her beautiful Xhosa traditional dress. Image: @nomthana
Source: TikTok

A group of women grabbed Mzansi's attention with their eye-catching Xhosa attire on TikTok.

Xhosa dress with matching doek

One lady stood out in a beautiful oche dress. The pattern of the traditional gown with the matching doek is the focal point of the festive video.

The energetic dance, accompanied by radiant smiles, brings the vibrancy of Xhosa culture to life in the clip posted by @nomthana.

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Mzansi enjoys cultural display

The joyous ladies captured the hearts of Mzansi. The footage gained thousands of views. Netizens enjoy watching displays of culture on social media, and this video was no different.

Watch the video below:

Comments overflow with admiration

In the comments section, people couldn't help but admire the stunning Xhosa attire, particularly praising the woman in the striking oche ensemble.

@ms_marv said:

"This lady's dress is absolutely stunning."

@s.xolim shared:

"I need that mustard dress ASAP."

@antheafortuin36 wrote:

"Ladiesn your dresses are absolutely beautiful."

@letty_msim mentioned:

"I wouldn’t mind being a Xhosa wife as a Zulu girl ♥️"

@Phumi@32 highlighted:

"Beautiful people of SA."

@MrsKhowane posted:

"Xhosa attire is the best in Africa. I thank God for being a member of this beautiful family."

@Nutty_658 stated:

"Plug for the dress please."

@Fezz_p added:

"Xhosa people are refusing to remove their feet from our necks."

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Woman mesmerised SA with Zulu print dress

In another article, Briefly News reported that one South African babe had peeps mesmerised after taking to social media to share a video of herself rocking a beautiful traditional print dress.

Traditional dresses in South Africa have evolved over the years, processed leather and dress fabrics have replaced leopard skins and cow hides, and pleated skirts have replaced the reed skirts worn in the past.

Source: Briefly News

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