Hit or miss: Bride copies Samira Bawumia's iconic inauguration day outfit

Hit or miss: Bride copies Samira Bawumia's iconic inauguration day outfit

The Vice President of Ghana’s wife, Mrs. Samira Bawumia completely stole the show at the inauguration of President Akufo-Addo with her flawless Batakari dress that became the talk of town for weeks.

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Hit or miss: Muslim bride copies Samira Bawumia's iconic inauguration day outfit

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However, a little over a month later, the exact design has been displayed at a wedding somewhere in Ghana and has become the new talk of town.

Hit or miss: Muslim bride copies Samira Bawumia's iconic inauguration day outfit

The photo of the bride who appeared to be marrying in the Islamic way, shows her wearing the exact cloth and almost the same design as the 2nd lady of the Republic.

Questions have been raised as to whether it is okay for people to copy designs to the last detail.

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Popular Nigerian blogging site for the most glamourous weddings, BellaNaija shared a collage photo of the bride and 2nd lady and posed the question about how right it was to copy designs.

Ghanaian blogger Ameyaw Debrah also took a swipe at the bride whom he said was holding a "baguette."

A lot of social media users are on the side of the bride, with the argument that no design is original.

Others were also of the view that, it was better to copy a fellow African's outfit to promote made in Africa rather than promoting already successful world class designs.

What do you think of this bride and her dress inspired by Mrs. Bawumia.

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