21 Killer ASOS Dresses Our Team Is Into

From weddings to brunch and everything in between.

ASOS is perhaps most loved for its dress section—whether it's affordable bridal wear, last minute holiday buys or just new season finds. But it can be difficult to sift through the thousands (seriously, there are thousands) of options and find those dresses that no one will believe you got at high street prices. We've done the hard work for you and looked at every single one of the standout dresses in stock to bring you the best styles you need to see. Consider your time and wardrobe saved by our superpowers.

Our must-have list features floral options that will solve all your wedding guest dressing dilemmas. There's also a couple of checked cotton numbers that will see you from brunch to bar. But anyone who has shopped on ASOS before will know that things can sell out almost instantly, so be sure to move fast if you want to add these to your shopping basket. Scroll below to see the only 20 dresses you need to see on ASOS right now.

Add a berry hue bag to complete the look. 
Coloured leopard is the way forward. 
There's nothing boring about this dress.
Add a straw bag and you're set.
Animal print is back in a major way.
Layer over a roll neck for autumn. 
Zebra vs. leopard print—we can't decide what wins.
This is a great one-and-done wardrobe staple.
Summer wedding guests, meet your dress.
Sweater dresses and bare legs feels so good.
Super glam.
An asymmetric hem adds a nice little touch to this wear-anywhere dress.
A surefire showstopper.
A wardrobe classic.
When comfort and coolness come together.
Because you can never have too many floral midi dresses.
This looks far beyond the high-street price tag.
Say hello to your new 24/7 dress. 
The perfect tea dress for under £50? Oh, go on then.
Shirtdresses are timeless. We love the utility detail on this ASOS creation. 
Its all about asymmetric dresses right now.

Now all that's needed is a great pair of ankle boots

Opening Image: @asos_lotte

This post was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated.

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