GROUP-CHAT PARTY LOOKS
By Steven Potter, 24 March 2020
With weekend hangs going digital for just a little bit longer, and all of us edging one step closer to becoming low-key influencers with the amount of time we’re logging on video calls, a new question has popped up. Are you dressing up or down for your group-chat drinks? Are you still saving your best looks for Friday and Saturday group chats, or staying ‘full chill’? Well, we thought we’d round up the best dressing-up-to-stay-in looks that are currently making our @asos_man insta an absolute goldmine of inspo.
Spring isn’t cancelled, BTW – not if you dress for it, anyway. And if there’s one item that shouts spring above all others, it’s a printed shirt. Combine that pop of printed perfection with some fresh cargo trousers and you, friend, have a got a 'fit that’s gonna solidify your sartorial springtime status as soon as your look lands in the chat.
We mentioned ‘full chill’, as it’s having a huge moment, understandably, while we’re all spending more time indoors. That doesn’t mean you can’t give a low-key look a streetwear edge for your group chats, though. Take the outfit above: comfy, coordinated, Swoosh-heavy and backed with a trainer collection that’s got us scrambling for the kicks in our Saved Items. Comfort is key, chaps.
Anyone who’s been to a house party knows the nucleus of a good time is the kitchen – everyone always ends up there. So, don’t break the tradition just because you’re dialling in for a good time. The utility trend is here to stay for another season at least, so when we saw this look – the gilet, the chunky kicks, the comfy-AF joggers – and then saw how well it fits with the kitchen’s colour scheme, well, this is colour-matching level: 10,000. Share with as many people as possible – now, where’s the bottle opener?