Friday, April 10, 2015

Lust List: My Top Picks from the Asos Curve Sale



Asos Curve is one of my favourite go-to brands. They manage to produce a happy blend of fashion wear and everyday items that I really appreciate, and I sometimes wonder what I wore before they launched?! They currently have an up to 50% off sale, and there are some gorgeous pieces to be had. I am pretty broke this month so sadly this will remain a lust list. Below are my top picks...


This dress is just so pretty and perfect for summer. I like the tie, and can imagine giving this dress an even better shape with a belt. I love the fact that the back also has a deep V - so often in plus size dresses the backs are high necked and I am not sure why as I am rather fond of my back. Especially in the summer it's nice to show a little more skin and this is a really classy way to do so. Stunning!




I am always looking for ways to improve my limited casual wear wardrobe, and these chilled out harem joggers are perfect. Can be dressed up or down with different tops, and will look gorgeous with some sandals. Yes!





This dress is super classy, and is a big nod to the nautical trend I love so much. Would pair with some red or some yellow to really make the blue pop. Love it! 




This skirt is some Breakfast at Tiffany's realness. Elegant and perfect for twirling, I love the fact that it can be paired with numerous items to dress it up or down, and it fits with my current monochrome obsession. Beautiful!





Come summer time I am a real sucker for a maxi dress, and I love that this one would be perfect for wearing out in the evening. The sparkles combined with the net overlay remind me of something that Helena Bonham Carter might wear. Such a lovely dress, and a total steal!

So those are some of my favourite pieces from the Asos Curve sale. Have you seen anything you like? Already taken advantage of the reductions? Let me know in the comments... 

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