I have a huge two part Asos haul to share with you. This first part is clothes, shoes and a bag. The second part is jewellery and hair accessories.
When we get closer to Christmas, I’ll be posting my annual Christmas clothing haul with pieces that are new this season. However, I’ve also purchased a few Christmas jumpers, or in this case sweashirts, from last year on sale. The first one is from Monki and has a very dainty silver embroidered Christmas tree on it. The other two are both from Asos’ men’s department, and you know I can’t resist a Disney print, and I love Home Alone; it’s such a classic Christmas film.
Fitted roll neck tops are stables in my wardrobe, and since I’m obsessed with everything purple, I thought I would add this lilac one from Stradivarius to my ever growing roll neck top collection.
And now on to a couple of graphic T-shirts with two musical artists that I love. The Fleetwood Mac T-shirt is from Asos’ own brand, and the Whitney Houston T-shirt is from Daisy Street.
One of my other obsessions, besides everything purple, is corduroy. Corduroy trousers have been my go-tos for autumn and winter for the past 3 years or so, and I want them in all colours. For now I’ve added this pair of steel blue ones from Weekday.
I couldn’t resist these dino socks, and they came with light blue pair as well. They’re from Asos’ own brand.
I’ve also purchased three pairs of shoes. Three very different pairs of shoes. It’s finally boot season, and I really liked the zebra print hiker style boots (from Asos’ own brand). The platform loafers are from Raid, and they’re very Gucci like and perfect for ’70s inspired looks. And the last pair is just some super pretty fuchsia pink velvet heels also from Asos’ own brand.
Last, but not least, the prettiest belt bag ever. The picture doesn’t do it justice, because this belt bag from Skinnydip has the most amazing holographic rhinestones all over the front of the bag, and I love it.