ASOS ‘Borrowed from the Boys’ Fall 2012 Collection

Sometimes borrowing from boys can lead to super-creative and unique looks and with the masculine fashion so hot this year, ASOS decided to go androgynous this fall. ‘Borrowing from the boys’ is the name of the newest ASOS fall 2012 collection, which is sure to catch your attention with the wide range of ultra-trendy boyish garments. The collection is a real celebration of comfort and style and is sure to appeal to all those fashionisers, who love practicality and still want to look stylish and unique.

What makes the androgynous style so gorgeous is that it suits almost all body shapes and when you mix the masculine pieces properly, you can create super-hot looks. Despite its functionality and uniqueness, this strong, full-of-attitude style requires a strong personality and only bold and creative fashionistas can rock masculine fashion and look positive and on-trend. Loose clothes have enjoyed a big popularity over the past successive years, as nothing can compete with them, when it comes to comfort and practicality. If you agree with this statement, you’ll definitely love the ASOS ‘Borrowed from the Boys’ fall 2012 collection, which is filled with a parade of on-trend slouchy items.

The options are endless in the ASOS fall 2012 collection. This season, think bold and go for masculine shirts matched with pencil skirts, tux trousers, wide-leg pinstripe pants, boyfriend jeans, knitted pullovers, wool coats, stylish blazers, all available in timeless monochrome shades, ombre pattern or gorgeous plaids. Accessorize your looks with cool leather caps, rucksacks and to-die-for shoes and if you lack fantasy, get inspired from boys. Your super-stylish look is guaranteed this cold season thanks to ASOS!

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Written by Armine Karapetyan
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