Kwento ng isang kuya na gumawa ng prom dress para sa kanyang kapatid, viral na

Kwento ng isang kuya na gumawa ng prom dress para sa kanyang kapatid, viral na

- A netizen on Facebook has recently trended after his story of how he created his sister's prom dress went viral

- In his viral post, Maverick Oyao, shared that he had to make a dress for his sister as his parents might not be able to afford one

- According to Oyao, he doubted whether he could actually make one as it is no joke to be creating a dress from scratch

- However, his love for his younger sister prevailed and his efforts eventually paid off which had netizens praising him

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A heartwarming story of a netizen who made a prom dress for his sister has greatly touched the hearts of the online community.

Maverick Francisco Oyao, who is from Zamboanga City, has earned several praises from netizens for the love and effort he gave to his younger sister.

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In his viral online post on Facebook, KAMI learned that Oyao shared how he had to make his sister's dress from scratch.

Kwento ng isang kuya na gumawa ng prom dress para sa kanyang kapatid, viral na
Maverick Oyao's sister, Lu Asey Francisco Oyao, wearing her brother's ball gown. Photo from Maverick Oyao's Facebook account.
Source: Facebook
"It all started nung first confirmed announcement ng school nila about sa kanilang upcoming Junior and Senior Prom, happy siya kasi at last confirmed na," he began.

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According to Oyao, a ball gown was the chosen attire for the prom, however, since renting one would be expensive, he wondered if their parents could even afford one.

"Yun nga lang ball gown yung required which is napakamahal ng renta, baka di afford nina mama at papa, sabi ko sa kanya baka di ka matutuloy or ano ba kasi san tayo kukuha ng pang renta?
"And she insisted me na gusto niya raw talaga sumali kasi last year na niya sa Junior high which is tama nga naman. Naawa ako bigla. Napaisip ako if gagawa na lang kami makakamura siguro? But I doubted kasi mahirap ang pag gawa."

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He then began his research about the "different types of ball dresses" and took inspiration from Michael Cinco's Spring and Summer Collection.

"Makalipas ang ilang araw she’s still insisting me kaya wala choice si kuya kundi simulan ang bagong misyon. I browsed on YouTube and on Google on different types of ball dresses especially Michael Cinco’s Spring and Summer Collection and started conceptualizing."

At one point in his post, Oyao thanked the people who helped them financially just so he could finish the ball gown on time.

"To those who helped us financially para matapos lang on time salamat po talaga ng marami. Alam niyo na kung sino kayo.
"I’ve done my part very well as your supportive kuya and hinding hindi ako magsasawa na suportahan ka. Pramis ni kuya mo yan sayo. I hope I made you happy this Valentine's Day."

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