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The Skater Dress


Posted on November 15, 2012 by

Skater dresses have been a trend for a little while now, and they aren’t going anywhere too fast. Skater dresses are flattering on most body types, and the silhouette is adorable. Even though it’s getting cold outside, you can still wear this type of dress with a little leather jacket, cardigan, or tights. There are many ways to carry your skater dress throughout the fall and winter months. Click below to shop your favorites.


Sweater Dressing


Posted on October 18, 2012 by

A fall staple would have to be the sweater dress. They are versatile, keep you warm, and extremely fashionable. A sweater dress can be paired with tights, leggings, skinny jeans, boots, heels, flats, and so much more. This wardrobe essential can take you from your desk to drinks instantly. This season, sweater dresses can be found everywhere and at all price points. There are so many sweater dresses to choose from in all colors and prints. No matter what your style may be (edgy, girly, rocker, bohemian, classic..) there are sweater dresses out there that would fit perfectly into your closet. Which style below is your favorite?

1. Victoria’s Secret  2. LOFT 3. Macy’s 4. Zappos 5. Forever 21 6. Nordstrom 7. Free People 8. Ann Taylor 9. ASOS

By: Julie Bortnick, of the fashion and lifestyle blog, from prosecco to plaid

JBCStyle | Top Ten | Blouses on a Budget


Posted on September 6, 2012 by

A blouse is that item one can never own too many of. Whether it’s business casual, classic and refined, elegant chic or edgy; the options for this lovely article of clothing are truly endless.

Most of us are on budgets. Most of us can’t purchase that endless supply of blouses we so desire. However, lucky for everyone, the most beautiful blouses can be found in so many different places and for such great prices. Yes, it may be fun to splurge on this item of clothing every now and then, but it is not necessary if you look hard enough. Not only are these blouses on a budget perfectly fabulous, they are also all under $50!

the black and white color combination is timeless

1. Forever 21: $13.80

the lace detail adds just enough mystery

2. H&M: $24.95

pretty in peplum

3. Topshop: $48

a classic style in a bold color

4. Old Navy: $20

the sequin collar is an unexpected touch

5. ASOS: $37.94

the heart details sweeten up a simple chambray top

6. Nasty Gal: $48

polka-dots are a perfect pattern

7. LC Lauren Conrad: $33

a tie neck is effortlessly chic for the office

8. Piperlime: $39

great print on a basic silhouette

9. Forever 21: $15.80

the soft color palette looks great with dark pants and accessories

10. H&M: $29.95

ASOS Marketplace – Buy, Sell, Be Inspired


Posted on February 7, 2012 by

ASOS.com launched ASOS Marketplace in November 2010, ten years after the launch of the main site.  The idea behind ASOS Marketplace is to give indie labels, multi-brand boutiques and vintage sellers a virtual platform or “marketplace” to buy and sell goods.  A little over a year later, the marketplace is thriving and emerging designers are taking advantage of the opportunity to reach a worldwide audience.

Whether established or not, you can create and manage your own store and shop front.  This small detail is what differentiates Marketplace from e-commerce giants like Amazon and eBay.  Buyers and sellers can also personalize their homepage with real-time updates by following their favorite boutiques.

ASOS Marketplace makes it easy to shop, sell or just be inspired by a diverse group of designers from all over the world.  The idea of a community of designers and your favorite boutiques literally at your fingertips brings to mind a feeling of discovering a small boutique or vintage shop in a discreet location.  Stay up to date via The Marketplace Blog and be the first to discover featured shops and new designers.






A few of our favorite shops and items:

1. Threadmaker Boutique (UK) – Unique clothing and accessories and affordable prices.  We’re loving their newest handcrafted bracelets.  Perfect when layered.


2. El Amuleto (Australia) – Mexican-inspired label launched by designer Andrea Ioannou.


3. Obscure Couture (UK) – Anti-mass production and handmade in the UK.