Getting impressive style recreations involves getting a talented designer/tailor alongside the willingness to pay well for the work.
It appears this lady got both things on lockdown when she decided to recreate a popular ankara style, and it shows in the result.
A photo of the ankara style had gone viral on social media with some people creating failed versions of the look.
However, with this lady's attempt, it has become clear to see that not all tailors disappoint.
Although she used a different fabric, the lady's attempt at replicating the design most certainly did not end in tears.
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See both photos below:
Reactions from netizens
"They killed it."
"The reaction is also ok."
"Hit but she could have worn an aline under skirt like the original."
"Recreation is amazing. Wow. Type of visions "
"Love the recreation"
Another lady replicates stunning design for her birthday shoot
In what appears to have redeemed people's trust in some tailors, photos of a Nigerian lady has gone viral on social media due to the quality of her style recreation.
Identified as @wuraofbbw, the beautiful ebony lady shared photos of herself dressed in a gold dress with some intricate designs.
Sharing more photos to mark her new age, Wura went further to share a collage consisting of where she got the inspiration for the dress alongside yet another photo of herself in her yellow/gold version of the dress which eventually went viral.
While the tailor may have done some things quite differently from what was in the original look, it is clear to see that Wura was one happy client by the time she got into her birthday dress.
Tailor shares photo of dress client wants to make for N5k
Several internet users have been left amused by the alleged amount a client offered to pay a tailor for a lace dress she saw online.
More often than not, we see stories of disappointed clients sharing photos of badly tailored dresses they often claimed to have paid hefty amounts to their dressmakers for.
However, not so many people get to hear the tailor or vendor's side of the story.
Well, it appears this would have been just another case of 'what I ordered versus what I got' if the tailor was mischievous enough to take the job.