Women who like traditional dresses intensely are so proud of where they come from. In South Africa we have people who come from different provinces, who also do not speak the same language. It is often not easy to tell where they come from when you meet them, unless you hear them speaking their native languages.
On Heritage Day they wear traditional attires that best represent where they come from. Even by the colour of their attires, one can tell whether they are Venda, Pedi, Tsonga, Zulu, Tswana, Xhosa or Khoisan people. The traditional attires are very important in the lives of the people who are originally from Southern Africa, that is why on Heritage Day they wear them in numbers to show how proud they are about their African cultures.
As technology advances, so does fashion. It is very impressive how couturiers did a very good job when designing the modern traditional attires. They are stylish and stunning. People no longer wear them on Heritage Day only, but even when they go to church, shopping or visit their in-laws.
If you want to score points from your in-laws do not wear skimpy clothes. Try putting on some traditional clothes everytime you visit them. They will like you and even start calling you 'daughter-in-law with manners'.
Most women do not know that wearing anything scanty around older people shows disrespect . Parents-in-law too are not supposed to see their daughters-in-law in skimpy outfits. Certain types of outfits are not suitable for sojourns. A woman who respects her husband and relatives-in-law will always cover her body.
If you really respect your in-laws you will know that there are certain outfits that are not supposed to be worn when visiting them, especially outfits that are scanty. Any outfit that is scanty will make the in-laws think their son made a big mistake by choosing you.
The modern traditional dresses are elegant and fashionable. You can always put them on when sojourning your in-laws.
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