This week’s wishlist is taken straight from my over-flowing ASOS Saved Items. It’s no secret that I love shopping at ASOS and make one or two orders a month. And what do you know, it’s a new month! So here’s what I’ll be trying on for size in March…
Shop, all ASOS: 1. Midi Skirt, £28 2. Floral Playsuit, £45 3. Shirt Dress, £48 4. Vintage Shift Dress, £38 5. Print Trousers, £40 6. Floral Jumpsuit, £50.
I’m starting to wear knee-length and midi skirts like other people wear jeans. They’re so easy to wear and particularly flattering for curvy or apple shapes. If you’re short do not be afraid of the knee-length or calf-grazing skirt – rest assured it will elongate you if you choose the right length (you’ll know when you put it on), not cut you off, and you can always wear with heels if you feel a bit stumpy. I love this slouchy, big-pocketed blue skirt style for easy day styling.
I’ve been looking for a long-sleeved floral playsuit just like this for ages – I am so pleased to have found it! I really like the V neck, lapel collar, which looks a bit like swish pyjamas and the dark colouring means it’s great for evening.
Shirt dresses will be huge for SS14 and they’re great for all shapes and sizes. This black polka dot number from Warehouse will look great in the office and with a quick change of heel and bag will look great for cocktails.
ASOS’ Reclaimed range is a big hit in the blogosphere and I must admit I’m partial to the odd piece of reworked, vintage-inspired collection too. I love the Polo neck design of this shift dress and the old fashioned, Granny’s curtains feel of this short and sweet style.
Loud trousers are where it’s at in the bottom half world this season. Warehouse have got some fab pieces but these fluro, messy print trousers are by far my favourite. I’ll be wearing mine with a chunky black jumper and barely there stilettos like the model.
I buy a new jumpsuit every season and for SS14 it’s got to be floral. This one has a really rich, Dolce & Gabbana feel to it and will double up as an evening look and wedding guest ensemble.
What will you be splurging on with your payday pennies?