They say beauty is in the eyes of the beholder.
We might have passed the heritage month but for just control let's remind ourselves that we are Africans and eather we choose to ignore or avoid but the fact remains, we will forever be black Africans. With this article i decided to bring back one of 2021 most memorable traditional Outfit we all loved on social media. The picture is by a beautiful influencer based in Johannesburg. She's wearing an Zulu attire with multi noticeable colored skirt with red bracelets.
The phrase beauty is in the eyes of beholder actually means that people can have different opinions on what is beautiful, so what is pleasing to the eyes of one person might be ordinary or ugly to another, in other words beauty can be subjective. I'm positive that we can all agree that the lady above is beautiful.
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