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Are you practically stewing in your own juice? It’s a shorts-kind-of-weather here in humid Malaysia — if you’re looking to spice it up in the bottoms department while keeping the temps down, scour our selection of patterned shorts!
Leave the cardigan back home, ladies. If you’re a fellow Malaysian or residing in a sunny and humid region, the struggle is definitely real. Stepping out of the house without getting drenched in perspiration within minutes would be a miracle. At this point, layering of any kind — no matter how lightweight the fabric — is ultimately a completely unnecessary if not foolish move.
Apart from flowy skirts and culottes that are a staple for the season, we naturally find solace in a pair of shorts. If you find that your current selection of shorts fail to add the much needed oomph and flavor into your wardrobe, I suggest hunting down shorts that carry a fresh print styling of your preference, whether it be an abstract, floral or even animal type of print, the room to experiment is wide.
Another way to spice it up via a pair of shorts is to find one with a unique look that plays upon the faux skirt design (skorts) and a mix of lace and ruffles in addition to the print. Opt out of shorts that are too tight when it’s hot out because of obvious reasons.
To help you locate the perfect pair, I have organized an assortment of pretty statement shorts that you might just like below.
♥ black & white abstract shorts by Factorie ← SHOP HERE
♥ black & green plaid lace trim shorts by Catwalk88 ← SHOP HERE
♥ boho paisley shorts by Factorie ← SHOP HERE
♥ floral ruffle shorts by Catwalk88 ← SHOP HERE
♥ tribal kaleidoscope soft shorts by Material Girl ← SHOP HERE
♥ tropical fruit print shorts by Pestle & Mortar ← SHOP HERE
♥ sunny floral shorts by dressingpaula ← SHOP HERE
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Like any of the patterned shorts shown here? Which one(s) your favorite? Share below – I’d love to know!
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