I was so excited to see this on my doorstep the other morning..
My ASOS magazine..Yay.
I am THE biggest fan of ASOS.com. I often go on ASOS ordering binges and sit and pick out certain things for my wardrobe whilst in my pyjamas with a cup of tea. Theres something about online shopping that i love. I get all exctited about my new stuff coming in the post and i love knowing i've got lots of new things without leaving the comfort of my bedroom. I'm not saying it's all good.. it's all too easy to put things in your virtual basket and take it to the virtual checkout and pay with your virtual money.. except its not really virtual money is it?..sadly.. The evidence of this always arrives on my doorstep a month or so later in the form of a credit card bill (we all know that feeling). But hands-down its my favourite online shopping website, theres always something new, its easy, its quick and theres on option for FREE delivery if you can be prepared to wait an extra day or two. Its my favourite place to be when i fancy treating myself, or if i have an occasion coming up. I buy my dresses regularly from there, and i rarely see anyone in the same one.
So, the arrival of my ASOS magazine inspired me to do a little '10 ASOS picks of the month' post..heres mine:
Asos Cute Collar Jumper with Gold Buttons. £35. This also comes in a lovely peachy pink colour. I just love this. Its like a snuggly version of this summer's peter pan collar trend.
ASOS Dogtooth Cardigan. £42. The houndstooth print was in a couple of years ago and it's back again. I like the slouchy fit of this, it would be nice to just throw on over a plain top or shirt.
ASOS Faux Fur Pointed Collar. £15. Because everyone needs a little fluffy collar in their life.
ASOS Heritage Blazer. £65. On the more expensive side but it's such a lovely blazer to have in your wardrobe, especially since tweed is on trend for this season. I've noticed these have sold out extremely quick. Hopefully they will get some more in..
Oasis Spotty Box Bag. £30. I LOVE box clutches. I'd have a tonne more of them if i could find one that was big enough to fit in all my stuff. I like the spottiness of this one.
Gipsy Big Spot Tights. £8. These polka dot tights are everywhere right now. I've yet to get some. I keep looking in primark to see if i can find a cheaper pair..but no luck as yet. Hmmph :( I may just have to bite the bullet and shell out a whole £8 for these ones..theyre so adorable.
ASOS Faux Fur and Knit Cossack Hat. £18. Ooo bit pricey for a hat. But i keep seeing these everywhere. I'd love to be able to carry one off but i just can't find one that suits me. I always feel like i'm wearing a sleeping cat on my noggin.. Not sure it's for me but if you can pull it off, then go for it.
River Island Bow Tie Shirt £28. I have too many of these shirts in my wardrobe, but they're just easy to pair with almost anything. You can dress them up or down.. and this one from River Island does the job.
Motel Emma Dress £42. I saw a girl on the X-Factor with this dress (or atleast a very similar one) but in a green colour. Colour-blocking is still around in the shops at the moment, and this one from Motel is really striking. I've got a couple of Motel dresses and they fit really nicely, and their styles are always really bold and interesting.
Asos Faux Fur Mittens. £15. Totally impractical. But theyre fluffy and i loves them :) Dalmatian print is everywhere this season, these are just adorable.
What are your favourite online shopping websites?
Hope you all have a fabulous weekend.
Lots of Bird Love