ASFA SELECT: 5 Hot Bags to grab for the Summer

A bag will complement your look to elevate the entire ensemble. Not only does the accessory say a lot about a persons style, this selection will also accentuate your summer looks and fit into your summer style. We have gathered some of the most seductive and eye catching bags from top African brands. These are a catch for summer, but also perfect for any day.


The Inagbo Bag comes from Rwandan Fashion house Moshions. It comes in black with minimal designs in a rectangular shape with curved edges that make it the perfect piece to grab before you run out.

Shop the Ingabo Bible Bag here


This David Tlale bag is birthed through a collaboration with Avon and is aimed at powering your style. The detachable straps allows you to turn the sling bag into a purse at ease. If you want some thing playful, that pops with colour but equally functional, this piece will cut the chase.


Produced locally in South Africa, this bag features Pop Art inspired heritage print and a contrast colour back. A stainless steel chain easily pulls the bag into its drawcord shape.

Shop the Heritage Drawcord Bag


Shop the AAKS Ambi Olive Bag here

The ‘Ambi Olive’ will fit all your small handbag essentials. Its versatile style will slot effortlessly into your year-round day-to-evening repertoire making you feel extra special. This small carry at hand clutch is a chic show stopping piece made from woven raffia with a distinctive round base which gives it sturdiness, a flap closure, a drawstring lining and a colourful leather tassel.


The Boba Zaya shoulder bag is perfect for a minimalist touch, with a braided leather handle.

Shop the BOBA ZAYA Bag here

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