This four-year-old tot nails celebrity red-carpet looks using household items

2019-08-30 13:40
 
 (Photo: Stefani Chaglar Instagram)

Cape Town - A four-year-old girl’s Instagram posts of her modelling celebrity red-carpet outfits innovatively made from household items have become a viral sensation.

Turkish tot Stefani Chaglar and her mother, Alevtina, managed to find a creative way to pull off some of the most extravagant red-carpet looks, Mirror reports.

From the Duchess of Sussex’s famous black and white tulle bird dress to Princess Eugenie’s royal wedding gown – the tot and her mom recreated these and more looks using black bags and bubble wrap among other items.

The youngster, who has more than 280 000 followers on her Instagram page, first caught online traction with her witty fruity-themed outfits, according to ABC News.

Speaking to MailOnline, the tot’s mother revealed that she’s a natural poser.

"I’ve made her outfits from paper, folio, bubble wrap and even bin bags, and they only take 10 minutes to make," said Alevtina.

"She was just two when we started to make these photographs and she has always enjoyed the entire process.

"She loves dressing up and she always helps me to make new outfits for her. And every time when we finish shooting she’s excited to check if her 'dress' looks the same as the celebrity’s one.

"But regardless of this, we do all of our photoshoots for fun and we don’t want to be taken seriously."

Check out some of her adorable recreated looks below.

MEGHAN, DUCHESS OF SUSSEX

The black and white tulle bird dress she wore to the Australian Geographic Society Gala Awards, 2018:


Princess Eugenie

The royal wedding gown, 2018:


Taylor Swift

Her Versace VMA 2019 outfit:


Lady Gaga

Her Golden Globe Awards gown:


Beyoncé

The Balmain spring gown Bey wore to Rock Nation’s pre-Grammy brunch in 2019:

Priyanka Chopra

Her Christian Dior haute couture Met Gala outfit, 2019:


(Sources: Instagram, Mirror, ABCNews, MailOnline)

 

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