Thuli Madonsela took to Twitter to ask people why they did not like her dress. She said that a few not-so-kind people have said she designed and made it in Rwanda dress look like a bedspread or a curtain. She went further and said that the material was used in Rwanda to make traditional dresses.
I don't think that Thuli was ready for the responses she received about the dress. People were totally in shock that she even asked about the dress because the designer missed the point. The dress was ugly and looked like curtains, a bedspread, a night frill, or a bathroom set that has been bought from Homechoice
Some tried to soften the blow, by complementing the material, saying it was great material, but not the design. They said that next, she should just buy from local designers, they can do a better job than what the Rwandan designer did. Should she have bought a local designer dress, she would have looked stunning, elegant, and classy
What do you think of this dress? Do you think is as bad as what Tweeps are saying?
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