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If you'd asked us yesterday what we planned to wear once the snow thawed, we'd have had no idea. But, after a quick browse through ASOS' new Africa collection, we've pretty much got our spring wardrobe sorted.
Inspired by traditional African occasion wear and sourced and produced in Nigeria, the collection pairs spearmint and pastel-pink dresses with sheer, black organza overlays, printed tunics and trousers, and baseball-style tees. And, that makes for warm-weather wear that's pretty, sporty, and completely unexpected all at once. Click on to see the entire collection, available to shop this week at ASOS, and get your spring looks locked in.
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