It’s not often one sees a celebrity spending their hard-earned money in an op-shop, but that’s exactly what Buhle Samuels of Muvhango did this past week. Samuels was seen shopping in the Johannesburg Central Business District, where she picked up a pair of pants for just R150.
“I’m always looking for a bargain, so I couldn’t pass up the chance to pick up a great piece of clothing for such a low price,” said Samuels. “I love looking around second-hand stores and getting unique pieces of clothing.”
This isn’t the first time that Samuels has shopped at op-shops for her wardrobe. She is known for being thrifty when it comes to fashion and is often seen picking up clothing bargains.
While it may be rare to see a celebrity shopping in a thrift store, it’s clear that Samuels is leading the way with her sustainable shopping habits. The next time you’re out looking for a great outfit, consider looking at a thrift shop instead of a high-end designer store.
“I’m passionate about fashion, but I try to stay within my budget,” said Samuels. “I don’t like spending too much money on clothes so second-hand stores offer me the perfect opportunity to find great pieces that I can wear for a fraction of the cost.”
Samuels is cognizant of the environmental impact of the fashion industry, and how important it is to buy sustainable items. By shopping at thrift stores, Samuels is helping keep clothing out of landfills and recycling unwanted items.
“I believe that it’s important to recycle clothes where possible,” said Samuels. “It’s great to be able to find unique pieces of clothing that have been gently used instead of buying new things.”
Buhle Samuels who played Matshidiso Mofokeng on Muvhango and her bum almost broke the twittersphere. Samuels first had to fend off rumours about her behind being fake but now it seems that is has become a lucrative business. Fans can now buy their own “Matshidiso bum pad” for R150 in the Johannesburg CBD. A shop…
Buhle Samuels who played Matshidiso Mofokeng on Muvhango and her bum almost broke the twittersphere.
Samuels first had to fend off rumours about her behind being fake but now it seems that is has become a lucrative business.
Fans can now buy their own “Matshidiso bum pad” for R150 in the Johannesburg CBD.
A shop owner who sells the bum pads told the newspaper that the product was one of her easy sales.
“I can sell 30 or 40 of these daily, easily. And you can even choose how big you want your Matshidiso to be,” Esther of Sade’s Cosmetics told the newspaper.
Another business owner told the daily that the pads were made with the actress’ butt’s popularity in mind.
“They [manufacturers] knew many girls admire her bum on TV, so it was a great gap in the market they identified,” the owner commented to the paper.
Buhle Samuels was able to purchase her bums in the Johannesburg CBD for an affordable price of R150, proving that the city can be a cheaper place to shop than many would understand.
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