Asos discount codes – Fab fashion for less

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asos-fashion-ladies-dress-in-grey-with-beadsMy husband is hooked on Asos. He buys most of his clothing there because there’s such a vast selection and they deliver in no time, as fast as a fast thing from a very fast place. He’s an inveterate impulse buyer so it’s just as well their prices are pretty keen… or we’d be broke!

At the moment he’s into 1930s Depression style / The Waltons casual wear, with flat caps, checked shirts and baggy denims. For smart wear he reverts to ‘old chap’ style, wearing vented, fitted tweed jackets and bright shirts with tweed trousers or impeccable dark blue jeans and spotless brogues.

He’ll be pleased to see we’ve got a bunch of seriously good Asos discount codes on board at the moment. Here they are:

  • FREE delivery worldwide on anything you like until 31st January
  • As much as 50% off women’s and men’s items ’til 31st January
  • Specially chosen women’s accessories for under a tenner

Asos sells a fantastic range of top brands – more than 850 labels in total – but they also have a cool brand of their own, for top fashion at amazing prices. They also have a marketplace section where you can buy unique clothing from Indie labels, emerging fashion design stars and sellers of the coolest vintage gear on the planet. You can even sell unwanted clothes yourself or if you’re a pro, set up an Asos boutique of your own.

Our nephew Max is a fashion model and he adores Asos too. He’s about six foot two, skinny as a rake, gorgeous-looking and one of the nicest young chaps you could hope to meet. If it’s good enough for Max, it’s definitely good enough for us older peeps!

We hope you enjoy your Asos experience. Let us know what you buy. Send a photo of you in your new finery if you like – we’d love to share it with our readers and award you 15 minutes of fame!

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I’m Kate Goldstone. I live just outside Brighton, high up on the South Downs, with my husband Tony and our three cats. I’m dedicated to saving money, spending less, buying wisely, cutting waste, re-using, recycling, re-purposing and generating cash from the stuff I no longer want.

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