A new year means new trends and the perfect time to refresh your wardrobe – but what key
women’s clothing looks should you invest in for 2013?
60’s Style
Mix monochrome with color-blocked brights and bold patterns for a swinging 60’s look. Think
tunic style tops, peter pan collars and mini skirts. When looking for 60’s style patterns, bold
florals are always a safe bet.
You’ll find mix and match 60’s style separates in the women’s clothing range from ASDA, in
a core colour pallet of black, white and green. The £16 black and green colour block dress is
a versatile piece that can be worn to work, for evenings out, on shopping trips – anywhere!
It’s sure to be a hardworking piece and will look as good worn with knee-high boots as it does
with flat ballet pumps or stiletto heels.
Beat the Blues
The January blues can be notoriously tough, but you know what they say – if you can’t beat
them, join them! Blue is set to be big news in 2013, and the brighter the better. Choose
electric blue with black to pack a real punch, and decide whether to go down the colour
blocking route or dabble in the new graphic prints. The ASDA Blue Aztec range of separates
includes a blouse, midi dress and panel skirt – all you need to make some great evening
outfits for new year get-togethers.
Bright and Beautiful
The beginning of the year can be dull and gloomy. Bring a little light into your life by filling
your wardrobe with bold, bright colours. Fire engine red, emerald green and cobalt blue are
all good choices – choose separates like skinny jeans, sheer blouses, vest and jersey tops.
If you’re going down the brights route, give patterns a wide berth. Let those beautiful colours
speak for themselves!
Hardworking Outfits
Our lives have never been busier. This has seen a trend develop for versatile outfits that can
be worn from work to play effortlessly.
Sheer blouses, jersey dresses and softly structured blazers will all take you from desk to
bar or restaurant with ease. The structured peplum trend also works well as both work and
play wear – choose a peplum top with skinny jeans, straight leg trousers or leggings for an
elegant, tailored yet trendy look.
Mad Men Silhouette
Still going strong, the 50’s Mad Men style silhouette will give you curves in all the right places.
Invest in pencil skirts to put a wiggle in your walk, and team with blouses or fitted knitwear for
a timeless look.
Bring your 50s’s style bang up to date with a nod to the modern colourblock trend. The hot
red ponte pencil skirt at George ASDA is a sexy buy at just £10. Pair with a black jersey top
and fitted blazer (for just £16!) for work, or add extra sex appeal and a hard edge with the
sheer studded blouse (£12) for evenings out.
Refreshing your wardrobe for the new year should be fun, but shouldn’t cost a fortune. Try
ASDA Direct for the latest women’s clothing trends at supermarket prices!

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