ASOS is an online fashion retailer that always has a huge selection of the latest trends.
All about ASOS
ASOS is an online clothing store that promises to be the place to "discover fashion online", as its slogan says. You can find the coolest and latest clothing trends for both men and women for sale at ASOS, as well as the perfect accesory, shoes, or beauty product to finish off your look. With websites in 9 different countries and the possibility to ship to over 140, fashion fans worldwide love shopping at ASOS.
For fans who also love a bargain, there are plenty of ASOS coupons to be found online with just a quick search - or you can consult all the latest offers right here on Tiendeo! Looking stylish can be very affordable if you use the right deal. What will you be splashing out on - a new dress, top, pants, or accessory? No matter what it is, ASOS will have it.
The history of ASOS
Quentin Griffiths and Nick Robertson started ASOS on June 3, 2000. The original name was supposed to be an acronym that stood for "As Seen On Screen", and the name is still styled as an acronym today (though it officially doesn't mean anything now).
In 2008, they launched a line of children's clothing on the site, although this was removed in 2010 to focus on their core market of young trendy people (just not kid young!).
Today, they're the biggest independent online fashion seller, and employ over 4,000 people.
ASOS recently debuted a collection inspired by Princess Diana
There are few fashion figures from the 80s and 90s as iconic as Princess Diana, who always knew how to pull off the latest trends but still look classic and timeless. Now, ASOS has a line of clothing that was inspired by the People's Princess.
The collection was designed by Sharamdean Reid, who used the concept "Princess Di was really fly" as a jumping-off point. The clothes were released in the fall of 2016, and featured items such as a royal purple turtleneck sweater with "Royal" printed on the front and "Loyal" on the back, a blazer dress with a halter neck, striped Oxford shirts, and lots and lots of pearls.
The style is a lot edgier than what Lady Di wore back in the day, but it fits perfectly with the 90s revival that's going on in urban fashion today.