Monday, 23 March 2015

Here's What I Would Have Spent: ASOS Main Range

ASOS Curve has a pretty big range of plus size clothing for the lower-mid end of plus size fashion. With on trend seasonal low cost fashion to higher budget boutique labels, ASOS Curve are pretty inclusive. But of course there are always straight sized clothes that plus size shoppers do not have access to.

The fabulous Debz came up with the #HeresWhatIWouldHaveSpent hashtag for us plus size lovelies who are longing for the same clothing you find in the lower size bracket and this month we are looking at the ASOS standard range.

Now, there are plenty of pretties that I could mention but I often find something similar in the plus size section and when I don't, it's usually out of my price range anyway.
However there is one thing I am gutted they don't sell more of in the Curve range...

Quirky novelty prints!

Yes they do bodycons and bikinis for the babes in size fat who want to flaunt the goods and believe me that's brilliant but this girl just wants a dress covered in donuts!

I was always called a tomboy as a child and there were three things that I one day dreamed of encountering: Robots, dinosaurs and unicorns. I understand the chances of meeting a robodinocorn are perhaps a little slim so ASOS, oh ASOS, give us a dino print dress in size fat to ease the disappointment.

Or one of these shirts. They're PERFECT and so very me!

And ASOS, dear ASOS... I want to be a panda too!

I am not proud to admit it but I do get envious of those who wear the smaller sizes getting to be dinosaurs and pandas. I just can't help it.

So ASOS, #HeresWhatIWouldHaveSpent if you were more size inclusive.

For an idea of what other plus size bloggers would buy from the main range check out the blogs below:

Debz -
Michaela -
Vicky -
Becky -
Steph -
Nikki -
Sarah -
Rebs -
Lucia -
Vicky -
Lisa -

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