ASOS Haul | June 2016

As a self proclaimed ASOS-O-HOLIC, it was not surprising that I could’t resist the 20% discount they graced us with last bank holiday Monday. I was pretty selective and managed to whittle my ever-growing wish list down to just four purchases.

DressesI’ve been seeing shirt dresses everywhere recently and so I decided to pick up this River Island design. The grey stripe pattern and midi length are ideal for a British summer. I adore the pretty details that this dress has, like the rose gold buttons and drawstring waist ribbon, which looks really feminine when tied off in a bow. I also love the open shirt collar and little pockets, I think it oozes sophistication!

The second dress I picked up is an all rounder, the lightweight knit material will be ideal for winter with thick tights, as well as being perfect for the warmer months paired with Birkenstocks and a denim jacket. The breton stripe design is timeless, and so I’m certain this will be in my wardrobe for years to come.

Earrings

These earrings are everything I love at the moment, marble and gold! I fell in love with the quirky hoop back, which gives them an extra unique look. You could also swap out the hoop for regular clasps and wear them as simple marble studs – a diverse addition to my jewellery collection.

Lace up flats Lace up flats 2

I’ve been after a pair of lace up flats for ever! This patent dolly shoe design from Glamorous are exactly what i’ve been looking for. The pointed toe and silver heel are pretty little details that should never┬ábe overlooked and the fine lace-up is subtle enough for casual wear.

Wishlist

1,2,3,4

As always there are a few pieces that remain saved on my ASOS account, that were definite contenders. Number four was one of the first pieces I saw, but unfortunately was out of stock in my size – I will definitely be keeping a look out for it┬ácoming back in stock!

Let me know what you have picked up at ASOS recently, and if you have recently done a haul, please do send a link!

Lauren xo

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