Thursday, June 18, 2009

Asos!


If I could fill my entire closet with clothing from only one store, it would undoubtedly be Asos.com. Honestly, there is no other place that has that many things I am completely in love with; I think it's safe to say I would gladly wear 99% of what they offer. So you can imagine my reaction when I found out from a very reliable source (read: Twitter) that Asos is considering adding a plus size line! If this happens, I can die happy. They already offer sizes up to UK20, but extending the range further would make a huge difference. As far as I know, things are still in the early planning stages; in fact, they are asking for feedback and advice from people like us. Please participate in the survey and be sure to comment on their blog--I want us to do all we can so that 1) they see there is a desire for this line, and 2) we can avoid disaster a la Faith21.

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15 comments:

  1. i love asos! i buy tonnes of stuff from thereeeee. i hope they do add a plus line!!! i would die of happiness.

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  2. I love this site i am so going to fill out the survey now!

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  3. girl, if they did i would NEVER have any money. EVER. ahhh i love that store so much! i def took the survey!

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  4. love asos. love asos. i already fit into their clothes at 16/18/20 and it'd be great if they extended their sizes to include larger sizes it would brilliant.

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  5. How does asos clothing run Im around a 16/18US on top and a 20/22 on the bottom. Im wondering if to purchase anything Im so in luv with the clothes.

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  6. trinibaje85, i find that they run true to fit. i think it's that you add a size up to find your uk size?

    i'm a US 16/18 too and i buy from them pretty often (mostly dresses and a pair of jeans), I find that most of their 18/20 tops/dresses that i've bought fit well except two items - a v-necked chiffon dress that didn't fit me in the bust because it was too small, and a pull-over high necked shirt that wasn't flattering and was hard to get out of.

    hope that helps!

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  7. i love asos too but the exchange rate is murder!!

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  8. First dress killer. Love love love the jacket!

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  9. Oh GAWD I love Asos. I will be poor b/c of them. I once wrote them a sob story email telling them I would sell miscellaneous body parts if they would only go up to a US size 11 in the shoes. *le sigh*
    Im guessing its for the best though, I need to maintain my good credit anyway.

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  10. I just discovered from your post that I would currently fit their highest size. I am in serious trouble now!
    [aka alogsdon on LJ]

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  11. Done the survey, thanks for pointing this out. The more of us who fill it in, the more likely they are to realise there's a market.

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  12. OMG! I have been stanning ASOS since 2005! I would die if they added a plus-size range! Exchanged rates be damned!

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