What’s the wonder? It is the happenings that are so unbelievably good to be true. Whether a butterfly that comes from the cocoon is a wonder? Yeah. Sometimes little stuff is powerful enough to be marvelous and let our jaw hang for a few seconds. But we never apparently know what is happening inside the cocoon, right? Here the beautiful teenage had-to-be butterfly, Lu Asey, is about to have her prom night.
Unfortunately, her parents can not afford her Prom dress and support for this particular Social Validation of her.
She felt pathetic and started to hide under the blanket from everyone. When one door shuts, another door opens for everyone. Here it was opened by her brother, Maverick. Maverick Francisco Oyao, 21, is in the age of finding control; he took the pathetic situation of his sister under his responsibility.
He analyzed the current situation and figured no choice but to be creative. He decided to create a new dress for her sister by himself. There is no need to tell that the young amateur person trying to design a new prom dress went through disappointments in the process.
Maverick also rode on those results and wanted to give up on his idea at some point. But the thought of looking at his sister with a prom dress pushed him towards his goal. He checked out online for inspiration and found a promising dress from the spring and summer collection of Michael Cinco.
Considering the winter ball prom theme, he decided to go with the spectrum of blue and white fabric. He never pushed himself back to ask for help; with that quality, Maverick afforded the materials for the dress. Their home is not spacious enough to examine the dress while designing.
He did everything he could, from taking it outside and checking up on every minor detail. He even created white petals to go by side by himself. He painted an ombre blue bodice to compliment the color palette of the lower part of the dress. All this while he is practicing school by day.
He continued this hard work and reached his heartwarming desire within the time limit.
“And at last — a day I will never forget! I even cried with joy because all those sleepless nights paid off.”
Maverick is sharing his experience of making her sister have the enchanting prom she deserved. He also shared this entire process on the internet; this wondrous act reached millions and made them fond of him. He is so young to br-eak his cocoon nest but, it is so apparent that he would have a great set of wings. We were already wishing him whole-heartedly to have one h-ell of a flight.
“I’m happy to see my sister happy.” Let’s all be happy for bringing happiness to our closes ones, Just like mave.
Belena Chapp – We have a saying in my Filipino-American family-“give a Filipino a bobby pin and they can make a car.” Bravo brother! Lovely kids.
Audrey Mallory – That is amazing couldnt be more breathtaking the design and color blends are beautiful! What an amazing gift and memory and to be able to tell others that her loving brother made this, very special indeed!
Isis Cortes – Wow, she looks like a fairy but it must have been hard to dance in that dress. Props to him because that wasnt easy. I was a fashion design student and made my prom dress and it wasnt even nearly as professional and nice as his was.
Christine Eftoski – This story made me smile all day.
What a wonderful accomplishment and labor of love. To love a sister so much as to dedicate this time for a gift to her gives me back my faith in human nature.
Wanda Neal-Yorke – Amazing one of a kind dress, but I don’t understand how this dress could possibly cost less to create than renting one? Great story, fab talent but premise is off…