– A Nigerian seamstress, @just_oyinda, has become popular online after posting photos of the new dress she made
– According to her, the piece can be worn in 6 different styles, making it perfect for different occasions
– The tailor’s comment section was full of commendations as people praised her to high heavens
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A Nigerian tailor with the Twitter handle @just_oyinda has displayed great creativity with her craft as she showcased a multi-functional dress she made.
Twitter users praised her in their hundreds as they admired the stylish piece. Modelling her cloth, the lady said:
“Can never go wrong with wine!! 6 ways styled dress made by me”
She struck different poses with her wine colour gown with a beautiful high heel that goes well with her poise and physique.
The Nigerian tailor modelled her dress with amazing poses.
Photo source: @just_oyinda
In one of the photos she shared on Twitter, she wore the dress as a skirt and matched it with a cream colour top.
The six different styles are simply amazing and Twitter users were wowed by it all as they effusively assessed the piece.
See her tweet below:
Below are some of the comments the post got:
“I can’t be the only one that hopes that one day you’ll do a video showing the different transitions, I’d watch those religiously.”
“This is creativity at its peak. God bless your handwork ma’am.”
“Very soon, you’ll be designing top world celebrities dresses.”
“Omoo. This girl too sabi this thing.”
“Wow! You’re mad talented!”
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Meanwhile, . earlier reported when the same tailor came up with a piece on Wednesday, October 7, that could be worn in 8 different ways and trended for same.
Besides the beauty of the piece, what got people really talking was that she said it could be worn in eight different way.
In other news, a young mom shared pictures of her daughter wearing super cool clothes that she designed.
In the post she shared Facebook, she explained how she had been inspired to start making outfits when her little girl was born.
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