I'm always impressed by some of the independent brands they stock which are often exclusive to ASOS.  Not only are they providing a platform for up and coming brands but they are also giving us, the shopper, the opportunity to discover something new.

Shopping on ASOS can be the most satisfying but also the most annoying thing.  Through ASOS I’ve discovered some of my favourite pieces in my wardrobe, all of which are surprisingly reasonable.  The issue is, with so much to look at, weeding out the rubbish can be hard work and require a lot of patience.

I’m always impressed by some of the independent brands they stock which are often exclusive to ASOS.  Not only are they providing a platform for up and coming brands but they are also giving us, the shopper, the opportunity to discover something new.

The one brand I’m continually impressed by is True Decadence, especially for dresses.  I’ve had some real winners from them which I wear time and time again. Plus, they offer petite and tall sizing and I’m always a fan of any brand which caters to sizing beyond the “norm”.

As soon as this white lace dress arrived, I knew it was one I had to share and I could no longer keep True Decadence a secret.  Anyone, who loves a pretty dress, needs to know about them.  If you read my last post (catch it HERE if you missed it) you’ll know I’m a sucker for a lace dress.  Sadly, I generally find anything lace on the high street tends to look cheap.  If you want really beautiful, intricate, great quality lace then you usually need to be spending around the £300 upward mark.

But not with True Decadence!  Amazingly they manage to cater that gap between affordable fashion and great quality.  Honestly, this dress with all this beautiful lace, should be around the £350 mark but it’s actually £85.  It’s a perfect piece to dress up or down during the summer.  I can imagine this being perfect for holidays in the South of France or on the Spanish coast, as you could either wear it over your swimwear or out to a fancy dinner.

If you too have fallen head over heels for this dress then act fast as it’s been selling like hotcakes.  The regular size has now sold out but they do have petite left, just make sure you size up, as that’s what I had to do.  If they don’t have your size left these are some similar dresses HERE, HERE and HERE which have also stolen my heart.

Probably my favourite dress of all time came from True Decadence (you can check it out HERE & HERE in previous posts).  I’ve styled it about 100 different ways over the last year or so and it always looks great.  It has lasted so well and every time I wear it I fall that little bit more in love with it!

Finally, since writing this post and researching True Decadence I’ve discovered it’s not exclusive to ASOS so you can also find them at Harvey Nichols, Lipsy and House of Fraser to name but a few.  Although it’s worth noting ASOS has the best and widest selection out of all their stockists.

Outfit details: Dress – True Decadence (find HERE) | Jacket – Oui (find HERE on SALE) | Belt – Hermes (find HERE) | Shoes – Dior (find HERE) | Bag – Givenchy (find HERE on SALE)

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