There’s a new fashion trend taking over the internet and you don’t need to spend one cent to have the look
Worldwide quarantines as a result of the coronavirus outbreak have resulted in some interesting social media challenges.
This time the masses have come up with a fashion challenge that involves bedroom pillows.
Yes, scores of people are dressing up their pillows and wearing them as haute couture.
Actress Linda Mtoba is leading the way in South Africa.
She looked like she stepped out of a Vogue magazine spread when she styled her guest pillows with matching shoes, a bag and stylish glasses.
“You guys know I love dressing up I couldn’t resist #pillowcasechallenge #pillowchallenge. My husband went & got me the pillows from upstairs. Dress: guest room pillows,” she captioned a picture from her balcony.
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Someone say Fashion Friday?? You guys know I love dressing up I couldn’t resist #pillowcasechallenge #pillowchallenge My husband went & got me the pillows from upstairs Dress: guest room pillows Sunnies: @sunstoppersdbn (check out their page for a cool competition) Hair: @fancy_claws ♀️ Location : Costa Del Belconia _ _ _ #stillsbyhubby #pillowchallenge
Former Miss South Africa Liesl Laurie also took on the pillow challenge.
An evening clutch and black sunnies were her go-to accessories.
“@jacabreakfast (& others) made me do it #PillowChallenge,” she wrote on Instagram.
Kwa Mam’Mkhize star Shauwn Mkhize also gave it a go with her no-doubt designer look.
Local influencers are also working their best pillow looks.
Style and beauty blogger Brett Robson slayed her look with thigh-high boots.
“Queue ‘I’m bored in the house & I’m in the house bored’ Lol @rushtush I told you I didn’t need to be asked twice #quarantinepillowchallenge.”
Here’s a look at some other stylish pillow challenges shared on Twitter.
— mosebo (@MoStrong_) April 11, 2020
— (@babygirlpaniz) April 11, 2020
— Ofentse (@OfentseOmphilee) April 11, 2020