ASOS:YOUR PUB-GARDEN OUTFIT

It’s that time of the year where you’re spending most of your weekends outside: i.e. hanging in a pub garden with your mates from day to night. And by now you’ve probably used every single floral dress you’ve got. Fear not – we’ve got the ultimate outfit to take you from 12-12.
First things first, nothing really beats a summer co-ord and this one just about ticks all the boxes. So-in-season resin buttons? Check. Easy breezy broderie? Yep. Cream coloured to enhance that summer glow you’ve worked on? You bet. Now with that done, you’ll need a pop of colour, and these sliders are not only cute but will keep you comfy all day long. Add a basket bag to hold everything you need for the day and sunnies (for obvious reasons). Hair clips will keep your fresh blow-dry in place. Only thing left to do is ensure you don’t spill any spritz…

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ASOS:THE BEST OF NEW IN: THE LUXE EDIT

Looking for an OTT glam look for your next BNO? You’re in luck, because Assistant Buyer Courtney is here with our top picks from the week, and this time it’s an ASOS DESIGN Luxe special. From floor-length capes to bold jumpsuits, your next dramatic dance floor look awaits you. Cameras at the ready…
‘First off, we’ve got the dream dress of all dresses. This pink milkmaid number will definitely ensure you’re the centre of attention. Plus, the oversized sleeves mean it’s as extra as the girl who wears it!’
ASOS DESIGN Luxe milkmaid mini dress in jacqaurd print, £95
‘This one is giving us the ultimate Ariana Grande vibes and wearing it will make you feel centre stage. If you feel like going a little more casual, try the top with a pair of jeans and heels.’
ASOS DESIGN Luxe bow co-ord in hot pink, from £35
‘Is there anything more glam than a floor-length cape? This would be perfect for a girl on holiday in Dubai or Marbella. Pair it with gold hoops and heels.’
ASOS DESIGN Luxe cape-back playsuit in aqua, £85
‘This season, the brighter the better. Wear this green jumpsuit with an ASOS DESIGN glitzy handbag and you’re ready for your girls’ night.’
ASOS DESIGN Luxe extreme wide jumpsuit, £85
‘This embellished feather gown will give you the ultimate red-carpet glam look. Partner it with a matching mini dress if you want an ultimate show-stopping outfit, or just put it with a pair of jeans and a nice top if you just want to go for dinner.’
ASOS DESIGN Luxe embellished feather gown jacket in white, £95

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TOPSHOP:3 Ways To Make The Most Of Your Bikini And Turn It Into An Outfit

Ready for your summer holiday? Don’t overpack the suitcase and double up swimwear as a part of your getaway wardrobe. You can even make use of your bikini back home too, making it a wardrobe staple all summer long. Here’s how to turn your bikini into an outfit with three looks to wear anywhere but the pool. And the best part? Swimwear is on sale right now…
Live out your ultimate Mamma Mia fantasy in this white broderie midi skirt paired with our scarf print bikini. With golden touches and tan wedges this look screams summer holiday in the ’70s.
Dress up your bikini with black satin and some sunset-toned block heels. Throw on a white oversized shirt for cooler evenings and finish the look with a matching headband to tame the beach hair.
Who says swimsuits can’t be bodysuits too? Green and orange touches brighten up our minimal white swimsuit paired with some classic denim. By adding an oversized hat you look super chic whilst being protected from that midday sun.

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ASOS:ASOS INSIDERS WEAR SANDALS

Picking your summer sandals may be one of the most important decisions of the season. They need to be relatively comfortable, look good with most of your warm-weather wardrobe and tick all the vacation boxes, too. To help you out, we’ve been perusing the Instas of the ASOS Insiders for inspiration – here’s what we’ve found.
Tevas are the unexpected comeback story of the season. Yes, that’s right, just like hiking boots and tech runners, the practical sandals you used to find only in camping shops are now top of everyone’s wishlist. Here, ASOS Kicki gives her neon slip dress a quirky edge with black platform sandals from the brand. Too hot to sandal.
Tevas aren’t your thing? There is another sensible sandal option that remains a fashion-girl fave: the Birkenstock. No longer reserved for art teachers or hippies, the shoe has been gaining momentum since Phoebe Philo recreated a similar pair for Celine in 2012 – and they’re sticking around for this season at least. Here, ASOS Olive proves they look mighty fine with your summer denim and button-up crop top.
If it’s a work sandal you’re after, make like ASOS Lesley and go for a barely there beige block-heel. They’ll go with everything, but we suggest taking tips from this pic and pairing them with fresh white jeans and a beige shacket – neutrals, neutrals and more neutrals.
For a flat sandal that has a bit more romance than your Tevas or your Birkenstocks, a lace-up Gladiator vibe is always a win. A black pair is a low-key yet on-point option, perfect for your feet when your top half is having a serious moment. Check out ASOS Kicki and her cow-print ensemble for evidence of their excellence.
If you prefer to make a statement with your sandals, neon is the way to go. Here, ASOS Olive has opted for a toe-loop shape, tapping into yet another key trend this season. As you can see, extreme heels are not just for your BNO – pair them with high-waisted shorts and a vest top for a seriously good lakeside look.

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MISSGUIDED:Summer Denim For All Sizes

Tall, petite, Plus or curvy? Don’t worry babe we have you covered for any shape or size this summer with our new denim range. A piece for any occasion whether it’s a day in the sun, holiday nights or a casual day at home! See below how are girls are styling some of our new in denim pieces!

Tall girl problems = Dresses too short! Our new tall range includes this gorgeous denim dress, perfect length to either dress up or down! Nneka, also styling our tall ripped jeans with a simple white crop for a casual daytime look.
Our plus range keeps dropping more and more pieces with swim recently launching! However our key denim pieces are always on trend for you this summer! We’re loving La’Tecia’s ripped denim skirt – We recommend teaming with a white milkmaid top and mules for a fab daytime look.
Nyarie styling 4 must have looks this summer. White denim is a key piece you need to add to your wardrobe and we’re loving the white denim dress! And you can never go wrong with ‘jeans and a nice top’ a white blouse/top always goes well with blue denim and heels!
Denim never looked so good! Shop our petite denim range now to get all your fave holiday pieces. Dennaya styling some of our fave denim shorts from the collection, teaming with gorgeous cowboy and knee high boots – another definite must!!

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ASOS:STYLISH CITY: ST TROPEZ

Think how popular you’d be if you were sandwiched between the sea and a load of vineyards. Add some glorious Mediterranean sunshine and it’s easy to see where St Tropez’s appeal comes from. Purely in the name of research, here’s our guide on where to stay and visit and, more importantly, what to wear when you’re there.
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Go glam or go home. Save your Scandi minimalism for Stockholm mini-breaks – St Tropez calls for all-out drama. In this satin maxi dress, you’ll want to set aside a full hour for ‘fit pics casually in front of one of the yachts in the port. Pair with classic lace-up stilettos, this season’s obsession – the micro bag – and gold hoops, and you’ll fit right into the Riviera’s most fashionable fishing village. Remember, the bigger the hoop, the better the night.
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You won’t be surprised to learn that St Tropez is not the humble fishing village it once was. It’s earned its current pricey reputation from a love of designer boutiques and clubs where a shot of tequila will set you back €26. For those not lucky enough to be sleeping on one of the superyachts parked nearby, it’s worth saving up for a stay at the Hotel Ermitage. Just five minutes from Place des Lices – famous for its open-air market and locals playing pétanque – you’re a stiletto-friendly downhill walk to the narrow alleyways and quaint cobblestones of the port (FYI, the return journey may not be as forgiving). Moody black corridors, shower cubicles in the bedrooms and a popular terrace with a birds-eye view of the action make this not your typical stay.
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Let’s face it, you don’t head to St Tropez for its museums. If there was a title for the beach club capital of the world, it’d be a strong contender. While you can still find several public beaches that are worth a visit and free – locals are especially fond of Plage des Graniers – St Tropez’s world-famous rep largely comes from the daybeds and free-flowing rosé that you’ll find along Pampelonne.

Launched in the summer of 2002, Nikki Beach Saint-Tropez is still very much the OG – there’s a reason the brand’s turning 20 this year. Here, every day’s a pool party, legendary all-white and red dress codes are strictly adhered to, and there’s a regular line-up of colourful cocktails and guest DJs including the likes of Lost Frequencies. For a more laid-back vibe and even more famous faces per square metre, get your moules frites just along the beach at Club 55.

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TOPSHOP:We Spoke To Drag Superstar Trixie Mattel And Learnt Some Very Important Life Lessons

Two successful albums, countless sold out shows all around the world, a documentary and a Drag Race crown – Trixie Mattel has come a long way since she first burst onto the Milwaukee drag scene in 2008. Today, she can call herself a musician, stand up comedian, entertainer and entrepreneur, and has just launched her very own make-up brand ‘Trixie Cosmetics‘. But it doesn’t stop there: in August the pop culture icon is headed to Dragworld London, Europe’s largest drag convention, and returns to the UK in early 2020 for a full length theatre tour. So how does this all-around superstar come up with her ever-changing Retro looks and new material for her comedy shows and music? We spoke to Trixie Mattel to find out more about her inspirations, her next album and the drag fandom – and got some important life lessons along the way…
First of all, let’s talk Dragworld – what can fans expect from you at the event?
I love to do a theme and I’m always trying to find a way to be able to sit down, so I usually have some kind of pink chair with me. I would love to bring some lighting to Dragworld, because I heard that there’s natural lighting and I don’t know who thought it was a good idea to do a drag event with natural lighting… Then I always bring some extra special merchandise along and some brand new items too.
Why do you think events like Dragworld, where artists and fans come together, are so valuable to the community and fanbase?
I think a lot of people want to meet their queens in real life, because we mean a lot to them and they want to say something to us. For me it’s all about selling things – I’m here to shake teenage girls down for their mom’s money. That’s what I’m about. I have a hard time taking things seriously, so when people tell me really personal things I never really know what to say. There’s no profile for a Trixie fan, it’s a lot of young girls – often girls who like girls – and they are the best! They’re so sweet and enthusiastic and come to meet me decked out in Trixie make-up and they all look awesome. People will get up earlier to get in drag for a drag convention than the drag queens!
You’re also set to return to the UK with a brand new one woman show in early 2020, can you give us a glimpse at what to expect?
My new show is all about Trixie Mattel growing up. I’m turning 30, I just bought a house, I have a boyfriend of three years, and I have kind of accomplished a lot of things in my career that I wanted to accomplish. The show is about reaching an age where you go ‘oh god, am I supposed to be a grown up?!’, reflecting on your life and the way you handled things and deciding if you’re acting like an adult. I mean, I’m an adult man who basically dresses like a little girl and I have a doll collection… In a lot of ways I do not act like an adult. So the show is also reflection on who gets to decide what an adult is. I’m going to explore all of that through comedy and music. Again I’m not Oprah or RuPaul. I never try to help anybody, I’m just trying to make people laugh. To me, laughing through the darker things is key. ‘Oh we’re all wonderful’ is never my message, it’s more ‘we’re all pieces of shit and that’s why it’s fine’. You are a piece of shit, just like everyone else – we’re all garbage! Unifying people through laughter is the best, and when it comes to comedy I never try to be patronising.
At your live shows you do a wide mix of different things including comedy, music, lip synching, playing the guitar, autoharp and clarinet. What would you say is your favourite type of performance?
I love doing the stand-up comedy, that’s like my bread and butter. I love talking and telling jokes, so that’s probably what I enjoy most. The songs, I throw in more as a punctuation. I never like a show to be all music, but I love to play my guitar and do comedy music. Last year, at my tour ‘Skinny Legend’, I did a lot of comedy songs which I’d never really gotten into until then. I think in my next show I’m going to have even more absurdity, and the music is going to be a bit more stupid and fun. And it’ll be faster, music you’ll want to drink to. Normally I do country music and everything is mid-tempo and sombre, but I feel like nowadays I want the music to be a little more like candy and less like a meal.
Do you have a pre-show ritual?
Well yeah, I sit down and get into drag for two hours. There’s no way around that. I usually have half a red bull and a green juice and then I usually have to do a meet and greet with a 100+ people. So there’s no time for burning sage and praying. I do get nervous, so I usually sit with my guitar and just play right before the show. It keeps my hands busy and my mind from freaking out. I just did Calgary Stampede in Canada, which is a country festival, and my guitar was on stage before the show – so I was backstage and just sitting there and that’s when I noticed that I really depend on my guitar to not freak out.
What’s been your impression of the UK fanbase compared to the fans in the US?
People in the UK are drunker, younger and more dressed up. Just in general. They have coloured hair, a full face of make-up and cool outfits. They’re generally more supportive. People love drag in the UK. In the US I think they’re spoilt. I usually come once a year, and my audience that love Trixie will show up. They plan ahead and buy tickets a year in advance. My next show isn’t even done yet, I’m writing it right now, so it’s nice to know that on the other side there definitely will be an audience. People are buying tickets to a show I haven’t even finished yet, where I’ll be playing songs from an album I haven’t even finishing writing yet!
Speaking of your next album, can we expect that soon?
Yes, I’m working on it right now! As you can tell from my latest song ‘Yellow Cloud’ it’s a new sound. It’s a little more ’60s folk, a little more radio, and a little more fun, glossy and glittery. I did two albums that were like a meal, so I wanted to something that’s like dessert. Really sweet, enjoyable and low calorie. Low emotional calorie. Anyone who knows my music, knows that I really like to be dramatic, but I’m ready for an album that’s not that.
What was the inspiration behind ‘Yellow Cloud’?
I was on tour and I missed my boyfriend. The song is really a daydream about ‘what if I didn’t have all this responsibility and work’? What if we just had astro turf and lived in a bomb shelter home like the one the live in in the movie Blast from the Past. What if we lived in the little Retro perfect picket fence house? It’s a song about how love feels almost surreal. It takes you to a place that’s not really reality.
From music, to your own cosmetics line, a one-woman tour and a documentary – you’ve branched out into quite a few fields in your career. Is there anything that’s still on your bucket list?
Oh yeah, I’ve done a little bit of game shows but I just love them, so I want to do more. Not to be competing, but being the celebrity guest. I would also love to do more music festivals. As I said I just did Stampede and it was surreal. It’s a huge huge event. I would love to do Coachella and that kind of stuff. Really cool big stuff that nobody gets to do. In the drag world I think I’ve kind of done a lot of it and I love being the first drag queen to do XYZ. Love that.
Are there any plans for your documentary Trixie Mattel: Moving Parts to be released internationally?
Yes, it’ll be purchased and distributed!
Your style has evolved quite a bit since you first started out and has spanned a few decades including the ‘70s and ‘80s. Right now it feels like you’ve arrived in the ‘60s, where do you get your fashion inspiration from?
When I’m putting together the new Trixie of that year I kind of treat my brain like a blender and throw things in that I think belong. I’ve been listening to a lot of ’60s music recently, like Dusty Springfield and The Beatles, and a lot of ’90s bands that sound ’60s, like Fountains of Wayne and Weezer. Then I’ve been watching reruns of The Brady Bunch and the beauty icons I’ve been following have been Nancy Sinatra and Dusty Springfield. My favourite Barbie dolls to collect are also 1965 to 1975, so that decade of mod clothing is really inspiring to me. I also just rewatched Austin Powers! With this new sound in my music I’m moving away from the Yeehaw a little bit and leaning more into the handclaps.
How do you use social media in your job?
For my personal one, the Trixie Mattel one, I kind of just post whatever I think is funny and interesting that day. Today I tweeted me wearing a female latex mask. Lately I’ve been posting a lot of photos of the dolls in my doll collection and people seem to really like that. I actually did a poll asking if people like the doll posts or not and the response was overwhelming, so I’ll keep posting them. For my cosmetics Instagram it’ll be product photos and I love to repost looks of when people use the cosmetics, a lot of the looks that these young girls do are so beautiful.
What was the most valuable lesson you’ve learned in your career so far?
That nobody knows what they’re doing. You don’t know what you’re doing, but guess what? Nobody else does. I feel like an imposter all the time. When I did Stampede I definitely felt like an imposter. It was all these real musicians and I’m a cross dresser. But then I realised that nobody knows what they’re doing. That’s why I never think twice about what I’m doing! If I think it’s right and it makes sense with my gut I’m doing it. When I pitched the ‘Yellow Cloud’ music video people were like ‘that sounds crazy’, but I to me it felt right and good. Or with the cosmetics line, people were telling me that no one would want a heart-shaped lipstick. But I just follow my own trumpet.
Do you have any advice for anyone who would like to get into a creative job, but doesn’t know how or even what they want to do yet?
Just do whatever you think is right and don’t ask if it’s correct or what it means. When I first started doing drag I had no plan, I just dressed up. I don’t know why I did it. I had no exact plan for Trixie. I was throwing darts and then I would look at the dart and see where it landed and got closer and closer in time. Don’t try to think about your finished product, just do whatever you think is right and be pleasantly surprised. I never really know what I’m feeling or thinking, but when it’s done I notice I did know but I just had to kind of figure it out. I knew where I was headed and just followed my gut. Anytime you second guess yourself, it’s that second guess that’s always the wrong thing. That’s what you’re going to regret. You’re never going to regret following your gut.

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TOPSHOP:How To Live Like A Local On Your Next City-Break

If you’re anything like us, you’ve been counting down the days until your summer getaway for months now. It’s finally getting close so, to help you dress the part and the make the most of your much-deserved break, we’ve put together this quick style and site-seeing guide tailored to the unique vibe of five holiday hotspots. Whether you’re headed to the seaside town of St Ives or the bustling city of Barcelona, we’ve got you covered…

  1. Copenhagen, Denmark
    When it comes to Scandi style, less is definitely more. For a nod to Nordic minimalism, stick to a neutral colour palette and add detail with tortoiseshell accessories.
    And for the cultural part… Once your outfit is sorted, head to the very aesthetic Louisiana Museum of Modern Art to discover the work of Pipilotti Rist. “Åbn min lysning (Open My Glade)” is the Swiss artist’s first major exhibition in Scandinavia, and made of installations, textile works and video projections on ceilings, walls and floors. A must-see when in the Danish capital.
    Pipilotti Rist – Åbn min lysning (Open My Glade) is showing from 1st March to 22nd September, 2019 at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art.
  2. Barcelona, Spain
    For a vibrant destination like Barcelona, opt for a relaxed, silky slip dress that will take you from daytime strolls around Park Güell to sangria-filled evenings with ease. Then think Spanish sun with warm, orange and gold accessories.
    And for the cultural part… Pablo Picasso is a key figure in Spanish Art so you really should run to the Picasso Museum to discover their latest exhibition. “In The Name Of The father” explores the legacy of Pablo Picasso today through a selection of various contemporary artists’ works which highlight their connection with Picasso.
    In The Name Of The Father is showing from 7th June to 24th September, 2019 at the
    Museu Picasso.
  3. Nice, France
    The French Riviera is practically synonymous with chicness and sophistication. So, if a trip to Nice is on the horizon, go for this polka-dot co-ord with feminine, tiered ruffles and pair with this season’s favourite strippy sandals in coral.
    And for the cultural part… When in France do like the French so keep the luxe fashion vibes going from your stroll on the Promenade des Anglais to the departmental museum of Asian Arts. In their current exhibition “Asia dreamed by Yves Saint Laurent” you will be able to discover the outfits, costumes, sketches and photographs of the famous French couture designer inspired by Japanese, Indian and Chinese influences.
    L’Asie rêvée d’Yves Saint Laurent is showing from 6th April to 6th October 2019 at the Musée Départemental des Arts Asiatiques.
  4. Berlin, Germany
    Channel the German capital’s underground, subculture scene with a grungy look of ripped denim and dark sheer. Finish with sharp, patent boots and metallic accessories to add edge.
    And for the cultural part… It was once the Berlin Wall, now it’s the longest open-air gallery in the world! Immediately after the wall came down, 118 artists from 21 countries began painting the East Side Gallery, and it officially opened as an open air gallery in 1990. Just over a year later, it was given protected memorial status. Some of the works at the East Side Gallery are particularly popular, such as Dmitri Vrubel’s Fraternal Kiss. Don’t miss it…
    East Side Gallery is a permanent exhibition in Friedrichshain, Berlin.
  5. St Ives, England
    A pretty slip skirt in ice-cream coloured florals is perfect for a day exploring the quaint Cornish town of St Ives. Keep those pastel tones running through your accessories and remember, nothing says day-by-the-beach like a wicker bag and sea-shell jewellery.
    And for the cultural part… After the beach or some tasty fish and chips, you should visit the Tate St Ives which overlooks the Atlantic Ocean. “The EY exhibition: Van Gogh and Britain” brings together 50 of Van Gogh’s most famous works like Shoes, Starry Night over the Rhône, L’Arlésienne. This exhibition shows how his love for the British culture impacted his paintings.
    The EY exhibition: Van Gogh and Britain is showing from 27th March to 11th August 2019 at the Tate, St Ives.

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TOPSHOP:3 Of The Coolest Ways To Wear Boots In Summer

Think boots are just for winter? Ditch the sandals and give your summer daytime looks a subtle edge with a pair of boots this season. Whether you pair them with your floral maxi or your favourite denim shorts, we’ve styled three looks that will make you want to dust off your boots for the sunshine.

  1. London Cowgirl
    Channel your inner cowgirl with blue denim shorts and a pair of Western boots. Think summer breeze with a floaty blouse perfect for your festival outfit. Accessorised with mirrored sunglasses and a bright bag this look takes you from the Wild West to the West End.
  2. Modern Twiggy
    Toughen up your girliest dress with a pair of chunky heeled boots. Add a wicker bag for the perfect summer daytime accessory. With bright florals and some white oversized sunnies this look is giving us total ’60s vibes.
  3. Off Duty
    Pair our most-loved satin skirt with a pair of Western boots for that ultimate rock chick look. With a white tee and a hair clip, this look masters the ‘I just threw this on’ vibe. Finish it off with some tinted sunglasses and a mini black bag to give it a chic touch.

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ASOS:5 OF THE BEST LOGO LEGENDS

Logos are undoubtedly having a moment this season, whether it’s nostalgic brands making a comeback with old-school prints or new brands we love to wear (and show we’re wearing). And, let’s be honest, we’re doing everyone a favour letting them know who made those fresh garms without them having to ask. Here are five of the brands going loco for logos this season.
London-based brand House of Holland is known for its love of the written word, whether it’s a quirky slogan that leaves us saying ‘same’ or something tongue in cheek that’s a whole Monday morning mood. For this graphic top they’ve gone for a straight-forward logo moment – pair it with legging shorts and chunky trainers for sporty-sleek vibes.
Caution! Massive 90s nostalgia coming your way. Kappa belongs to era of effortless athleisure and logomania, but a bumbag like this somehow still feels so right for now. See this one as your trusted partner in crime this summer, keeping you hands free through a three-day festival.
Italian label Fiorucci never really stopped being a thing, but since they refocused the brand to be about denim and far-from-basic basics, their signature cherubs seem to be on everyone’s mind, mouth, chest and back pockets.
Tommy Jeans never disappoint, serving up that full-on Americana feeling with laid-back pieces adorned the branding we know and love (and you can spot from miles away). Layer a sweatshirt like this over slip dresses, add popping highlighter and fresh brows and – ta-da! – effortless glam.
The platform sneakers from everyone’s favourite brand from their awkward-pre-teen phase, Buffalo, made a major comeback last year, and it didn’t stop there. Continuing the brand’s strong footwear game, these sandals are your perfect festival plus one, holiday BFF and Friday night dance partner. Style them with glitter socks for that extra extra or why not throw on neon ones? Cos, ICYMI, neon’s a major thing this season.

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