Fashion Focus: George At Asda

Today I’m looking at more Supermarket fashion, this time focussing on George, the range sold by Asda. This Spring has definitely been a time when anything goes, with leisure wear still having a moment, joggers still around as the weather has been so changeable, and even gothic-clothing having a moment due to the amount of classic black pieces, particularly smock and boho style dresses that seem to be everywhere.

Today though, with the sun again shining, I am featuring some of the brighter, more Summery trends that should help us look towards sunnier and better days (in more ways than one).

Gingham Prints

Gingham is everywhere this Spring as it seems we are taking our cues from the 1970’s days of Little House on the Prairie. The checked, table cloth print is featured in a range of colours and will look perfect with denim. My fave is the top blouse with the Quaker collar detail that I think looks far more high end than the £14 price tag suggests.

Denim

Denim dresses are having a moment, but it seems you must be opting for a light denim wash. I love both these designs, which I think would also look great with a chunky knit thrown over the top whilst the weather is still chilly.

Prints

Prints are varied at George, with zebra stripes, regular stripes and florals all making an appearance. I love the zebra print shirt which I think would look great with a pleather jogger, whilst the green striped top with the slightly puffy sleeve would be great with denim cut offs and chunky quilted sandals – just add a cross body bag and you’re summer ready.

Knitwear

Of course, it is still rather chilly, and only early April, so some knitwear could still be required. The first cardigan is my absolute key buy as it will go with ANYTHING, from jeans and a t-shirt, to a tea dress, Land Girls style. The neutral colour is a total winner and will match anything, and the chunky knit and large buttons make it a real stylish option.

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