Sportswear fans, rejoice – cos Reebok has just dropped an exclusive range on ASOS. We’ve collaborated with the OG British sportswear fave on a fresh crop of looks featuring the iconic ‘vector’ logo for those instant-throwback feels. From neon-green tops right through to cute pink hoodies, each piece is ideal for adding a touch of heritage sportswear to your everyday look. It’s not just threads though: you can take your pick from some of the most iconic trainers from the brand, too. Whether you’re a Club C or a Classics kinda gal (or both), the go-with-everything styles slot into any off-duty wardrobe easily. Also, keep your eyes peeled for archive kicks updated with animal print branding and neon colourways for a 2019 spin on bonafide classics.
A wedding abroad can be a mixed blessing. Pros: you get to explore a new destination and enjoy some relaxed vacation vibes. Cons: you have to drop more dough, take annual leave and put extra thought into what you’re going to wear. While we can’t help you with the first two, we are 100% here for the latter. Keep scrolling for your shortcut to sun-drenched guest success.You’ve adapted neon into your BNO look, your accessory game, even your gym kit – so why not add it to your event line-up, too? This shocking pink tea dress is Instagram gold. Plus, its loose silhouette and short sleeves mean you can stay cool in the baking sun (and on the dance floor later on). Thanks to its standout shade, you can keep your accessory colour palette neutral, but include interesting details like wooden heels and a beaded bag. For ceremonies outdoors, don’t forget your shades (especially if you’ve had one too many at the hotel bar the night before).A wedding away usually takes place over a weekend, which means you’ll need more than one look… so we’ve thrown in a second for good measure. Whether it’s lunch or sun-downer cocktails the next day, may we suggest this gorgeous red floral number? The colour is divine, and it’s got super-cute embroidery and swish ruching for days. To finish, go for another beaded bag and some fancy flats to please your aching, post-wedding feet.
Our fashion team style hundreds of shoots each year, from ASOS Magazine to right here on the Style Feed – so who better to ask what the freshest pieces are each week? Here, Junior Fashion Editor Ben tells us what he’s loving from New in right now. Check out five of his picks below and watch the video for more.’This one is really premium fabric with a super-flattering neckline. Wear it with some leggings or denim shorts.”My favourite piece this week is this ASOS WHITE smock dress. It’s got a nice cutout at the back and really cute sleeves!”Next up is this linen co-ord in bubblegum pink, which has super-cute natural button details. It’s great for if you’re going to Ibiza this summer.”This South Beach bag is perfect for the beach. It’ll really pop with denim.”The patchwork on these Vans is in canvas, leather and suede. Cool Mondrian vibes and interesting textures.’
Is it just us, or do accessories get more and more exciting with each season? For SS19, there’s a whole new level of extra in the add-ons department – think out-there animal print, eye-watering neon, whimsical beading and the return of some much-missed hair accessories. Keep scrolling and you’ll see what we mean…You may have noticed we’re kind of obsessed with neon and animal print this season – as is most of the fashion world, if our social media feeds are anything to go by. In any case, a pair of barely-there heels, whether stiletto or block, is a low-key way to try the trend if you don’t want to go the whole hog. Pair them with your LBD on your next big night out.Remember the headband your mum made you wear all those years ago? Well, they’re trending RN – thanks mostly to Prada’s SS19 show. But the vibe is a long way away from the girlie-ness they once brought to your school uniform. This season, an option like this embellished green version is regal, cool and a subversively quirky add-on for grown ups. We promise.Originally brought back by London brand Shrimps a couple of seasons ago, the charming beaded-bag trend stays strong for SS19. There’s a number of options, from bold pink mini bags to this bigger brown number, which is coming with us on all our summer excursions…Move over skinny sunglasses, there’s a new shape in town. Sporty-futuristic visors are the latest eyewear update – think Terminator meets Star Trek. We’ve spotted this trend on everyone from J.Lo to the Hadids, and we can’t wait to try it out. Whether monochrome or pink, wear yours with the season’s legging shorts and a cut-out crop top for peak 80s-meets-90s nostalgia.
Fashion is all expressing yourself, and one of the easiest (and most fun) ways to do it is by mixing up your jewellery game. By adding a bit of bling, you can inject that little touch of creative flair into an outfit, even if it’s just a white tee and jeans. Our ASOSers agree; here’s how they’re shining this season.From Prada’s iconic banana print to Dolce and Gabbana’s lemon motif, fashion’s love affair with fruity prints is long-standing – and this season, the romance continues. If you want to avoid looking like a full-on fruit bowl/table cloth, follow senior social creative Jess’s lead and add a little lemon earring for that zesty kick (and your daily dose of vitamin C). Another way to update your SS19 line-up? It’s all about layering – and no, we’re not talking sweaters. As stylist Beccy shows us, combining lots of different necklaces in varied lengths is a slick way to jazz up even the simplest of tops, like her classic striped shirt. You can even cheat and just buy one that has three or more chains in it. Genius.Having a CBA day in your fave leggings and hoodie? A few rings will add that extra bit of polish that looks like you’ve made some sort an effort (even when you haven’t). Or, you can add some to an already-extra leopard-print look, like junior fashion editor Jo here. You can mix classic pieces that mean something – like that silver ring your nan gave you for your 13th birthday – with some fresh updates each season (there’s plenty on site to choose from RN). If you like it then put a ring on… every single finger.Following on from last year’s oceanic obsession, shell-embellishments are huge this season, as seen on crop-tops, necklaces and everything in between. Here, junior project manager Lottie is wearing her shell and stone dangly beauties with a sparkly hair clip and some hoops, cos more is more. This one is the ideal way to celebrate the return of the sun, either at home or on hols. If you listen close enough, you can even hear the sea…
Dressing for the office when it’s really hot outside is always a challenge, as you question what is and isn’t appropriate for the workplace. A little while back, we turned our co-founder Hillary Kerr’s unparalleled advice into a story on the number one bra “rule” that should be applied while dressing for the office. “I’ve always felt that if an outfit requires a ‘stunt bra’—meaning strapless, one-shoulder, or whatever—it probably isn’t the best choice for the office. It’s a boring rule of thumb, but I think it’s important to err on the side of professionalism versus the ultimate expression of your personal style—at least when you’re at work,” says Kerr.We know what you’re thinking—what about the off-the-shoulder trend? Here at Who What Wear HQ, wearing off-the-shoulder anything is a huge no. While we all clearly love to wear the fun summer style on the weekends, according to Kerr’s go-to bra rule, it simply is not appropriate for the office. Sadly (and obviously), that means no off-the-shoulder dresses, which are basically the most popular dress style of the summer—we know! But don’t stress out too much, because we’ve rounded up the best summer dresses that are 100% work-appropriate. In our book, that means midi length, shoulder coverage, and no plunging necklines. Ready to shop?Go on to see and shop dresses that are appropriate for the office during the summer.Alexa Chung’s T-shirt–and–white boots combination is extremely fashion girl–approved. A flowy silk dress will keep you cool and comfortable.With the flutter sleeves and handkerchief skirt, this dress channels all sorts of romantic vibes.Of course Anna Wintour has the office-appropriate look down pat. A collared dress is always a good option for the office.The piping on Giovanna Battaglia Engelbert’s dress makes a world of a difference. Style a cool denim jacket over this to dress it down.You can’t go wrong with a classic wrap dress.A breezy silk dress is perfect for the warm summer heat.Want to wear that slip dress to the office? Just layer a button-down underneath and you’re good to go. Margaret Zhang makes it look so easy because it is.Brighten up your work wardrobe with this orange dress.We love this summery take on a classic shirtdress.As long as the straps aren’t spaghetti, you’re in the clear. Gala Gonzalez shows us how it’s done in this stunning mustard yellow number.
Up-and-coming Australian label I.Am.Gia popped onto my radar last year. To be honest, it was pretty hard to not notice it. Celebs like Bella Hadid, Emily Ratajkowski, and Kaia Gerber (and many more) have all been snapped wearing pieces from the brand on repeat. But perhaps what is most noteworthy about I.Am.Gia are the prices—everything retails for under $300. Its teddy bear coats, pastel plaid crop tops, and boiler suits are all over Instagram, but it’s the brand’s pants that you’ll spot on every celeb. Especially its Cobain style—a roomy trouser strung with a chain detail—that’s a nod to ’90s grunge.I couldn’t resist trying pieces from the brand for myself, so I ordered the Cobain pants in khaki as well as the high-waisted Mira pant in a black and white stripe—each priced at just $84. I’ll admit right away that I’m a huge fan, and throwing them on instantly made me feel like I was part of a cool style tribe. And they work so well with my wardrobe because they’re so versatile. Styled with a pair of combat boots, they can tap into the ’90s skater girl grunge thing that’s happening at the moment. But, on the other hand, add a sleek turtleneck and a pair of Chanel slingback heels and it’s an outfit that feels fashion-forward and cool but still office-appropriate. This is a label I’ll be wearing again and again.Here, I’m wearing the Cobain pants during Paris Fashion Week—styled with a simple turtleneck, hoop earrings, and Chanel slingback heels.
he tunic is finally back! Copy legendary model Anna Klevhag by opting for an updated and more luxurious style in pure silk, and you’ll be set for both long days at the beach and late night poolside parties.No piece of clothing is more essential in your getaway wardrobe than a sarong. The versatile garment triples as a skirt, a turban and a throw-over for chilly nights. With a print inspired by ancient pottery and etchings of sculptures, this silk and Tencel™-blend garment partners perfectly with a terra-cotta swimsuit.Although the summer heat is approaching, we still have obligations (read: going to work) to fulfill. By now, we’re all familiar with Summer Fridays, and a pair of fluid beige pants with a wide leg and elastic waist is both comfortable and, of course, work-appropriate. Pair with an equally fluid silk shirt to achieve the ultimate sophisticated-meets-casual office attireSecond to the sarong, the caftan is the best swim cover-up there is. But the essential garment is so much more than just a cover-up. It’s airy and comfortable, but elegant and chic at the same time. Wear it over a swimsuit for a sophisticated beach look or layer it over a pair of pants for an eye-catching post-beach look.For all those lazy summer days, a great sundress is the go-to garment we all crave. When you want to spend minimal effort on getting dressed and maximum time under the sun, this flowy dress is the fastest option for waking up and taking on the day with zero time wasted on making sartorial decisions.The little black dress is as timeless as it gets. In contrast to fall, winter and spring, the summery take on the LBD comes in a cool and breathable linen-like material (in this case, the conscious natural fiber rami) but doesn’t lose any of its required features: daring — yet sophisticated — décolletage, voluminous sleeves and flattering draping.For your most glamorous evening plans, a printed slip dress with multiple side slits is the showstopper you need to invest in. Let the dress do the talking and wear it with simple shoes, delicate gold pendants and a pared-back beauty look.When temps rise and humidity makes wearing, well, anything at all feel unbearable, a pair of shorts, sandals and an airy white shirt are the superior solution. With big cuffs, a mandarin collar and made in a breathable linen-like material, the only thing cooler than this look is a dip in the ocean.Forget bright hues and bold colors. This summer, we’re going back to the roots with earthy tones of burnt orange, beige, bleached yellows — and mustard. Depending on how you style it, this elongated tunic can be worn by itself as a chic shirt dress, or tucked into pants for a more dressed-up look.
Get maximum mileage with minimum environmental impact by updating your wardrobe with sustainably sourced denim styles. These perennial pieces have been mindfully made using materials that require less water, energy and chemicals compared to their conventional counterparts. In the case of denim, which is known to be particularly water and chemical-thirsty, this makes a considerable difference. And by caring for, mending and recycling your garments in a responsible way — prolonging their lifecycle and helping to close the loop — you’ll reduce their ecological footprint even further.Now, as for styling, our best advice is to not hold back. If double denim already feels like a no-brainer, why not go for triple. Make a high impact with spring’s low-impact pieces by opting for a mix of clean-lined shapes in slightly faded shades of blue, creating a modern denim uniform. Reach for a pair of wide-legged jeans with a loose, airy fit and raw-cut edge, and team with double-layered denim jackets for effortless perfection. As they say: all good things come in threes. The cool-and-conscious girl’s take on double denim is achieved through careful coordination. Think suit, but more innovative than your average Canadian tux, and pair an oversized jacket with matching loose-fitting pants in a spring-fresh nuance of white. The fashion-forward wear the versatile outerwear style casually thrown over a buttoned-up bleach-blue jeans jacket, and finish the look with chunky sneakers for a relaxed, street-credible vibe. The knee-length denim Bermudas are a chic and easy-to-wear relative to our favorite cycling shorts, and a perfect DIY that updates your wardrobe for the new season in seconds. For an off-duty take with a nod to the 90s, style the cut-offs with a transitional blue-wash shirt, sleeves rolled up, and a light denim jacket tied around the waist. Accessorize to match the laid-back staples with minimalist silver hoops and spring’s cool-and-comfortable platform sandals.
Some garments transcend trends, and indigo blue flared jeans are definitely one of those forever pieces every woman should have in her wardrobe. Paired with a partly tucked tie-dye shirt and a chain belt, the classic shirt-and-denim combo is given a playful update.The fastest way to earn a high fashion score is spelled print clashing. Wearing a tie-dye dress underneath a neon-checked blazer makes the perfect look for the most exciting evening plans. Cross a third trend off your checklist (you have one of those, right?) by opting for transparent details.Tie-dye is the perfect print if you want to bring the beach back to the city. This sarong-style skirt partnered with flip flops conveys the perfect laid-back beach vibe. Got meetings to attend? Throw on a white blazer and make this super summery look completely work appropriate.