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There's no denying, staying chic in summer heat can be a tricky sartorial task to master. Fortunately, here at ASOS HQ there's plenty of wardrobe inspiration to get us in the mood for the challenge. From grungy slips to tea party-appropriate dresses and sophisticated co-ords, there's a warm weather solution for everyone, no matter your style. 
Gaia in a blue co-ord | ASOS Fashion & Beauty Feed

striped co-ord

Blue, boo

Nothing is friendlier in a heatwave than crisp cotton separates, and a pyjama-style suit like this blue-and-white-striped one will prove to be your new best friend. Best worn with a little white top underneath and accessorised with trinket-like necklaces to take the PJ vibe down a notch. Better still, a co-ord can be worn as separates too, which equals double the outfit possibilities. 


Pictured: Gaia De Siena, Social Media Assistant (Italy)

Floral tea dress

Floral tea dress detail

Pretty cool

A floral tea dress is probably the most versatile option in any wardrobe. Ready to be dressed up or down, it's the perfect throw-on choice for sunny days at work — especially when you'd rather be catching up on a box set than planning a head-to-toe look the night before. Here, Bella pairs her vintage-look 50s-style button-down dress with fresh white Converse to keep it cool and casual. 


Bella Gladman, Junior Writer (ASOS Magazine)

Orange tee

Orange tee detail

Sunny delight

Who knew a T-shirt could pack such a punch? This vintage-style orange logo top is a cool choice for when the weather soars above 30. Nail the look by tucking a tee into a pair of cut-off shorts for an easily replicated off-duty style. 


Pictured: Beth Fenton, Production Assistant (ASOS Magazine)

Black slip dress

Black slip dress detail

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Grunge gal

Worn in both the boudoir and the bar, a slip dress has numerous style associations. But team a slinky black one with a pair of Dr Marten-style shoes and suddenly you're channelling some serious 90s Courtney Love vibes. Try and choose a slip with an interesting detail  the lacy racerback adds an extra fashion element to an otherwise simple piece.


Pictured: Rosie Sutcliffe-Smith, Video Creative