Asasa print shorts are back! Or is it the case that they have always been around but I wasn't aware of them? Whatever the case, they are currently my favorite shorts to wear on the beach. Colors galore! I purchased these shorts from the Art Centre in Accra. I spent nearly two hours at the Art Centre trying on a number of shorts. I went to three vendors hunting for a pair of shorts that would fit me. I refused to leave without them. I'm not sure what the reason is, but each of the vendors I visited only had small sizes (XS and S) in-store. The last vendor I went to see had to make contact with his contacts, in order to locate a medium size and get it delivered to the store. I must say, I was really impressed with the level of customer service I received. Anyway, I'm loving my shorts and I'm glad I didn't leave the Art Centre without it. I love the combination of fabrics and the array of colors. It's a fun piece to wear with swimwear on the beach. That is another thing I had been searching all over for - swimwear! I wanted something that I could feel comfortable in but didn't make me look like I was covering up, I wanted to be able to enjoy the sun basically. Luckily a friend sent me a link to the website https://thehermoza.com/collections/sculpt, and I got to see their collection there! There was a lot to choose from and it suited me fine, so I was able to pair my swimwear with these shorts that I loved. The fabric is soft and extremely comfortable, which is great when you want to play around or maneuver freely on the beach. I decided to wear my shorts with a plain black off the shoulder swimsuit from Top Shop. I understand you can also get Asasa print skirts. I'm yet to find out where. And when I do, I'll definitely keep you posted!
Sunglasses - Accessorize
Black off the shoulder swimsuit - Topshop
Asasa print shorts - Art Centre, Accra, Ghana
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