I’ve teamed up with ASOS again for an IG post about outfits for different occasions (click here to watch the video!) , and wanted to share details about fabrics and sizes. In addition to the photos below, I wanted to share a few other things that caught my eye when fall arrived. Oversized but petite-friendly blazers are elusive, so I grabbed this blazer in XS Petite and will be sharing photos in a post soon! I’ve also been on the hunt for relaxed “dad pants” (definitely my favorite trend lately) and found some in petite sizes, but I haven’t tried them myself yet.
What I’ll be wearing to: Weekend Brunch
This two-piece set is made of a lightweight, fluid linen blend fabric. The shorts have a very small waist and no elastic, so I measured them at 2 pence for a 12.75″ waist.
What I’ll be wearing to the :Summer Wine Party
This bandeau jumpsuit with adjustable straps feels so elongated and comfortable. It’s made from a lightweight stretch fabric that is thinner and has a bit of texture to it. This dress fits over the upper tummy and I wanted a little wiggle room, so I sized up two sizes to a 2 Petite, which feels about the same as an XXS to XS Petite from a US brand. This length worked for me even when I wore flats (I’m 5 feet tall). Depending on the style and the cut of the cups, I would recommend this for someone with a small chest.
What I would wear to a :wedding
Also available in regular and tall sizes
I was drawn to the bold silhouette and color of this tie-shoulder dress, and the cascading tie-shoulders make this dress feel super feminine. I wore the one I usually wear because of the stretchy corset. Note that when you see the word “scuba” on ASOS clothing, it means it’s made from a neoprene-like fabric. Scuba tends to be a medium to thicker weight with construction rather than a floral fabric.