Asda. You would immediately think of your regular food shop wouldn't you? However, it offers so much more than that. Within Asda, it has the 'George' clothing range - and I'm not just talking about the usual school uniform. Dresses, shoes, jackets, accessories - nearly everything you can think of. I'll be the first to admit that it's not my first thoughts to go shopping at a supermarket for clothes, I think of pasta and what sauce to have it with that night, rather than looking at the clothes section- and it's the same for you guys. However, when I actually went onto the website and checked out their current dress range I was quite impressed. Their clothing line is both affordable and stylish, which is right up my street. As a student, I need to think of the pennies(and the pasta of course)! There's plenty of choice to suit a wide variety of people's particular tastes, but all of the above are my picks that I really like, from a glitzy night-out dress on the town to a simple skater one for during the day. Keep on reading to see how I would style them up....


Perfect for those crazy night's out in town, this glitzy sequin, embellished number is sure to catch attention in all the right ways. As there's so much going on with the dress itself, I would simply pair it with some plain black court heels which you can see here.


Sophisticated yet understated, I love this outfit. It's not too casual but it's not too dressed up either, especially as it's getting colder, wearing the oxblood dress with a pair of woolly tights and the knee-high boots (real leather too!) are a great option and alternative to just wearing jeans. I also added the statement necklace (also from George, see here) to it to really make the outfit pop.


This dress is great if you're going from day-to-night, as you can wear the pretty black lace dress with tights and boots, before changing in the night by simply taking off the tights and adding a pair of killer heels. I also think the same necklace would go great with this outfit, as the lace sleeves need a little enhancement. The burgundy fedora is the only thing not from George (River Island, see here).


Last but not least, this 'puppy-tooth' print dress is so trendy at the moment, and who doesn't love a bit of monochrome especially in the autumn/winter?! I would wear it with a black leather look, biker jacket and statement necklace, both also from George, see here and here.

What do you guys think to my picks?
Would you wear any of the pieces?
As always, let me know!
Lots of love,
Hannah xoxo

*This post was sponsored but all opinions are my own


  1. I actually picked up a plain grey top from Asda today, and it was such a Zara copy I felt rather smug!

    Annabel ♥
    Mascara & Maltesers

  2. I love George at Asda they do such cute stuff :) great picks! x

  3. I love that burgundy/red hat. I have a black one similar to that one but I WANT this one.

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