Fashion can be inspired by anything around us and from it we tend to stand out and look exclusively great in appearances and presentations. It is talent for some people and a skill for others. However, it remains one thing that will continue to make a lot of people happy about the way they feel.
Earlier, a lady named Koko on Twitter has taken to her page to share how she transformed her mother's old cloths into a fashion trendy one. This was very creative as she transformed the popular Iro and Buna to a master piece gown.
As soon as she found the cloths, she stepped on to remaking it with her sewing machine and withing a short time of creatively making the dress, she was glad it all turned out well and was well fit on her.
After she was done, she decided to try it and it looked really beautiful and professionally made. The dress which was made out of it could be styled in two different ways which she shared and can fit different occasions as she pleases.
This has generated a lot of positive vibe on social media as people commend Koko for her skill and praise her for her high creativity with her mother's old cloths.
However, here are some of the comments from Nigerians so far:
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