- A Nigerian fashion designer, Oyinda, has gone viral on Twitter after posting her beautiful gown online
- The creative tailor said that the cloth can be worn in different ways which make it perfect for several occasions
- Many people who responded to her post praised her skill and how she wore her piece well
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A Nigerian seamstress and stylist with the Twitter handle @just_oyinda has become so popular on social media after photos of her piece went viral.
On Wednesday, October 7, the lady posted photos of the gown she made. Besides the beauty of the piece, what got people really talking was that she said it could be worn in eight different ways.
See her post below:
Many people who commented on her post on the bird app praised her for being a good model for her creation.
As at the time of writing this report, her tweet has gathered over 23,000 likes and more than 5,000 retweets.
Below are some of the reactions:
"I can't stop viewing nd zooming ur pics each day I come across dem u are too beautiful to be ignored, kudos to ur parents u are a beautiful flower that is well watered nd train, ur beauty and creativity will never go down in Jesus name Amen."
"Just be praying I get a girlfriend soon sha, because I've seen what I'd like to buy for my future girlfriend on your website. Well done!!!"
"If clothes like these could be made for men, it would be cool. Economical living will be beneficial in the Nigeria of today."
"As in person fit wear dis dress go church 8x party 8x. Dis babe fit manage Nigeria economy pass Buhari. Oyinda4President."
"Fogerrit! You oh, your pose ohh, your smile oh, your designs oh...all of una fine dieeee!!"
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a little girl in Lagos state, Favour Adebayo, took over Twitter with her amazing skill as a tailor.
The smart 12-year-old is not just learning the craft, she is already plying the tailoring trade. Armed with the endless possibilities of social media, the kid positioned herself to give many competitors in the trade a good run.
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