Australian cricketer Amanda Wellington wonders how to wear a saree after getting one. Then tweets this…!

Australian cricketer Amanda Wellington’s saree related tweets have created a buzz among netizens.

Australian cricketer Amanda Wellington is presently in India for a cricket tournament. Since her arrival in the country, she has been sharing posts about enjoying local culture and tasting delicious dishes. From enjoying Indian cuisine to wearing mehndi, she has shared various pictures to give a glimpse of her tour. One such share is a tweet where she wondered how to wear a saree after getting one.

“So… I bought a saree, now I got to figure out how to wear it,” she tweeted along with several emoticons. In the next tweet, a day after, she shared a picture that shows how she not only figured out a way to wear a saree but also slayed while doing so.

“Wello in a saree, if I’m wearing it wrong please tell me. What do we think?” she tweeted along with a mirror selfie that shows her wearing a beautiful saree.

Take a look at the post:

The post was shared some 17 hours ago. Since being posted, it has accumulated close to 58,000 likes. The tweet has also been retweeted several times. People posted various comments while reacting to the post.

“And you are looking gorgeous,” posted a Twitter user. “Beautiful, if you wore it for the first time all by yourself, then Kudos. Some of us still fail to do it after learning it so many times,” shared another. “Looking so beautiful,” expressed a third. “Just perfect,” wrote a fourth.

Swastik Vasu
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