Summer temperatures in Southern Africa have a habit of being antagonistic. Whether it is turning an ice-cold drink into a tepid mess in a matter of minutes, making indulging in a bowl of ice cream a speed event, or having any layer beyond the skin feeling like a torturous wrap, it takes an attentive mind to realise what does and does not work.
The simple fact about summer, unlike winter, is that dressing for it is a challenge of not undressing for it. With the expected return to office settings, gone are the days of luxuries like lounging about in a chitenge wrap or shorts. This doesn’t mean, however, that there is no refuge beyond air-conditioned rooms.
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