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Invest in Home, Not High Fashion-Delay

Juliet Korkor 2 months ago 0

As it’s widely acknowledged, Delay consistently appears in her photos with a simple look and minimal makeup. She opts not to invest heavily in her appearance.

The renowned Ghanaian media figure, Delay, has underlined the significance of donning affordable attire.

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In a recent tweet, Delay urged people to prioritize supporting their families over splurging on expensive clothes to impress others.

Taking to Twitter, she conveyed her viewpoint, stating, “Wearing non-branded and reasonably priced clothing doesn’t signify poverty.

Remember, your foremost duty is to care for your family, not to seek approval from society.”Delay’s preference for modest style and minimal makeup in her photos is well-known.

She doesn’t advocate for extravagant spending on appearance and prefers a humble approach.

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Her stance on clothing echoes her broader message about focusing on family well-being rather than seeking validation through lavish attire.

By advocating for the acceptance of budget-friendly clothing, Delay challenges societal norms and encourages people to prioritize the essentials in life.

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Her message serves as a reminder to consider practicality and sustainability in purchasing decisions, emphasizing the primacy of family over material possessions.

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