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STYLE ADVICE

Midsummer staff style

By Sam Higgins, 29 July 2016

Sure, we all love basking in the 30°C heat but, on work days, the midsummer sunshine can make sitting at your desk a very unpleasant experience. Here at ASOS HQ, however, we’re lucky enough not to be stuck wearing a suit and tie all day and can adapt our workwear with the changing seasons. Here are five guys from the office who are nailing summer style right now. 

MIDSUMMER STAFF STYLE

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Matt, senior editor

Wearing: ASOS T-shirt, Zara jeans, Converse Chuck Taylor low-tops.

Describe your outfit in three words: Yung Richard Dreyfus.

MIDSUMMER STAFF STYLE

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Favourite thing about summer: Evening sun on Tooting Common.

MIDSUMMER STAFF STYLE

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Sam, junior editor

Wearing: Carhartt T-shirt, Brixton slim trousers, Nike Air Prestos.

Describe your outfit in three words: Severely lacking colour.

MIDSUMMER STAFF STYLE

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Favourite thing about summer: Trips to the seaside.

MIDSUMMER STAFF STYLE

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Joe, senior video director/editor

Wearing: Sonic Youth/Taylor Swift T-shirt, Uniqlo skinny jeans, adidas Superstars.

Describe your outfit in three words: Pseudo-pretentious comfy wear.

MIDSUMMER STAFF STYLE

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Favourite thing about summer: Barbecues in the park.

MIDSUMMER STAFF STYLE

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Richard, designer

Wearing: Le Coq Sportif T-shirt, Uniqlo trousers, Lacoste trainers.

Describe your outfit in three words: Vive la France.

MIDSUMMER STAFF STYLE

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Favourite thing about summer: Enjoying a drink on the terrace.

MIDSUMMER STAFF STYLE

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Nic, junior editor

Wearing: Poler T-shirt, Grind London shorts, Reebok trainers.

Describe your outfit in three words: Loose, graphic, classic.

MIDSUMMER STAFF STYLE

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Favourite thing about summer: Late evenings and short sleeves.

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