Drop those revision notes: ASOS are giving students 25 per cent off for the next three days only
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Revision is boring, so here’s a genuinely good reason to give in to that procrastination break you’ve been resisting all day – ASOS are giving students 25 per cent off for three days only, a discount they pretty much never offer.
That’s more than double the student discount you’d usually get, so now is the time to dive right into the beautiful depths of ASOS and stock up on all those things you’ve had stashed away in your basket all semester.
Whether you’re after an outfit (or eight) to wear to all those end-of-term parties, something perfect for graduation, or just the stuff you’ve had your eye on for a while, check out the gallery to see what ASOS has to offer – and then remember that it’ll all be 25 per cent cheaper:
This ASOS Design maxi slub sweat dress, £28, is the perfect thing to chuck on when you need to look nice, but also want to be as comfy as possible. It’s pretty much a tracksuit, but in good-looking-dress form.
You pretty much can’t go wrong here – this oversized t-shirt with back embroidery detail, £18, will make you look cool in the library, but the summery vibes will also work for a post-exams day-to-night party.
Who doesn’t need a plain black crop top? Think of all those times you’ve agonized over which top to wear with your jeans-and-a-nice-top combo – this bandeau with skinny straps could be the answer to all your prayers for just £8.
Sick of knocking about in your worn out old jeans? Use the 20 per cent discount to invest in a new pair of cool trousers, like these £45 Dickies chinos.
Fellas, these tortoiseshell sunglasses are versatile, look very cool on pretty much anyone, and as an added extra, they’ll cover up the bags under your eyes from spending the whole of the night before cramming for an exam. And they’re only £20, why wouldn’t you want a pair!
This tie-dye bodycon dress is just £20, is really on-trend, and is so easy to chuck on for a day party or a night out.
You know those days where it’s too hot to wear a coat but you know once the sun disappears you’ll start to freeze? Well this light worker jacket, £29.99, is ideal for tackling that post-sun chill.
You can’t go wrong with a good pair of flares – wear them all summer and then put a jumper on with them when winter comes back around. These black flares are super flattering, super useful and they’re only £18.
It isn’t summer just yet, so you’ll still get a lot of use out of this grey, chunky knit jumper, £60.
This acid green fishnet top, £18, is pretty much made for end-of-exams nights out. Just pair it with some jeans and you’re good to go.
How can you beat a shiny pair of box-fresh sneaks? Answer: you can’t, especially when you can get 25 per cent off, making them just £56.25.
Just a handy t-shirt in a nice colour for just £12. Wear it to an exam or to a house party, up to you, you decide!
Maxi skirts are everywhere at the moment, especially because they’re sooooo comfy and flattering. Make sure you don’t miss out on the easiest trend of the spring with this daisy print bias cut maxi, £32.
Look how cool these £75 Adidas trainers are – perfect for uni, parties, even taking on holiday. You name it, these bad boys can look good doing it.
Crochet is set to be big this summer, so stay ahead of the curve with this cute crop top – it’s only £15.99 and it’s super comfortable for a day in the sun or under a cardi at a lecture.
Everyone needs a pair of black jeans in their life – these classic rigid jeans are only £20 and a real wardrobe staple, whatever the weather.
Why not treat yourself to a gorge pair of Reeboks, £70, as a reward for all that boring time spent revising and writing essays? It only seems fair!
A nice little bit of branding is a really easy way to add that quality feel to a normal outfit. This Adidas t-shirt is a great example of how to look crisp for £22 and with genuinely zero extra effort.
This £28 pink cardigan is really cute, and it’s so useful for those spring days when the temperature is constantly changing.