HOW ASOSERS DO LOOKS FROM THE SPRING 2019 MAG
By Eleanor Dunne, 22 March 2019
When you're stuck for some style inspo, there’s nothing better than a having a good gander at a magazine – ASOS Magazine in particular, of course. But sometimes, it’s tricky to know how to style the looks your own way (particularly if you’re not a 6'1" model or a pint-sized pop star). To help you out, four of our ASOSers showed us how they’re trying out some looks from the Spring 2019 issue of the mag in their own way.
For one of our covers, actress Sasha Lane wore a cute ASOS DESIGN shell top alongside some so-2019 brown trousers. While Sasha’s 'fit is a good choice for a holiday, Senior Buying Administrator Rachel is showing us how the trousers can work in a low-key way for work. Simply throw on a fresh white tee, some lace-up boots and hair clips, and you’re ready to start the day. Genius.
Beats 1 DJ Rebecca Judd was styled in a slick snakeskin coat and a printed shirt, giving a maximalist vibe to her shoot look. Repping the animal print trend in the same mac, Partnerships Manager Stephanie adds the season’s favourite satin skirt and a graphic T-shirt underneath. To finish, some Dr. Martens do the job nicely. File this one under weekend uniform wins.
In her fashion shoot for the mag, Sasha Lane taps into the pastel trend in her baby pink and blue combo, styled with some Perspex heels (and a rather comfy looking chair). Buyers Administrator Lilly is rocking the same silky top, opting instead for a tougher vibe by teaming it with vinyl trousers and some chunky high-tops. Who says pink has to be girly?
Working Girl meets Western vibes in King Princess's look, but how do you work the short suit look for your day-to-day? Make like Junior Creative Kate and pair it with some chunky runners and socks, and, for a little more colour, layer a lilac T-shirt underneath. And there you have it, folks – you don’t have to be a rock star to look like one. Winning.