The 1950s decade was the first that embraced women wearing shorts for more than just beach wear or for pinup girls. Women’s 1950s shorts came in several lengths and styles to fit a variety of leisure activities women enjoyed. The shortest length was the short short.

Liz Ogumbo Fashion | Model: Danica Bezuidenhout & Liz Ogumbo | Epicure Restaurant

While dames across the world still dare to throw on their daisy dukes, a kind of short shorts named in reference to Catherine Bach’s character from the American television show The Dukes of Hazzard, we are stepping up with these high-waist short shorts in two variations.

Liz Ogumbo Fashion | Model: Danica Bezuidenhout | Make-Up : Zakiyya Bham | Epicure Restaurant

  1. Step out in our high-waist loose fitting short shorts worn with a tie-neck blouse for a soirée with the girls.

2. Step out in our high-waist loose fitting short shorts worn with a cropped blouse for a beach day out.

3. Step out in our high-waist leather short shorts worn with a bell-sleeve blouse for a soirée with the girls.

Liz Ogumbo Fashion | Model: Danica Bezuidenhout | Make-Up : Zakiyya Bham | Epicure Restaurant

Generally in the summer, you can wear these shorts with a button-up or tie neck blouse to bring in some element of chic and sophistication or take it to the beach paired with your crop top.

High-waisted shorts are a fun option for summer or spring. They help to elongate your legs and give your style a little lift. You may be nervous about rocking high-waisted shorts, especially if you have never worn high-waisted bottoms before but if your legs turn up tone enough and you wanna share the love, join our Style tribe.

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Liz Ogumbo Fashion | Model: Liz Ogumbo | Make-Up : Zakiyya Bham | Epicure Restaurant

 

Yours fabulously,

Multidisplinary Creative Entrepreneur & Consultant, Liz Ogumbo-Regisford 

There are few Africans whose creative journey has been as wide-ranging, singular and successful as the one travelled by Liz Ogumbo. Over the past decade, this formidably focused Kenyan has established herself as as a multidsiplinary creative entrepreneur, consultant & content creator working and building within the creative economy in music, fashion, television, radio and wine. Through all these, she shares an enviable commitment to excellence and to fostering relationships and projects that advance the African creative industries globally. Whether it’s writing, recording and performing her original music dubbed ‘KenSoul,’ designing for her eponymous fashion label, ‘Liz Ogumbo’ hosting and producing ‘Fashion Lab Africa’ TV and radio, or her most recent venture, ‘Liz Ogumbo Wines,’ Liz is unquestionably the new face of modern Africa. She is as much rooted in the continent she loves as the global community that is fast embracing her irresistible vision. Now firmly established as a leading Afropolitan with real vision, Liz is ready to take on the world with all aspects of her multidisplinary creative entrepreneurship.

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