My birthday is near (this Friday, 21 Dec 2012) on the day of (alleged) Mayan Apocalypse. Then, next Tuesday is Christmas. I decided to splurge a little to do myself a little online shopping and buy some dresses. ASOS.com is one of my go-to online fashion sites. ASOS is based in UK but ships worldwide for FREE!
Thankfully for me, ASOS happens to be having their “up to 50% off SALE”! Woo-hoo!
Navigating & Browsing ASOS.com
On the top navigation, you can select to browse the catalogue by “Women” or “Men” categories. When you click on the “Women” for example, you come to this page.
If you think online fashion shopping, especially those from UK, would limit outfits to skinny, hipster women only, you’re wrong!
There are literally hundreds of thousands of items online at ASOS.com and you can navigate to as detailed a category as you want.
Browse through the categories and on the left, you can select to narrow down your search results – by size, colour, price range, brand including outfit shape, length and more. If you like continuous browsing and likely surprise yourself with a good find, just browse everything!
I can literally end up spending hours and losing a whole day just browsing through everything on ASOS, I tell ya.
Prices of items can range from less than GBP 5 to something as pricey as a few hundred UK pounds. You can navigate based on your budget. There’s really something for everyone’s price point.
When you see something that you like, click on it and it brings you to the Product Page.
It explains the fabric quality and even the model’s measurements, so you get an idea of how it compares to your body type. On the right, you’ll also see various recommendations on similar items.
Zoom into the picture to see the item in various angles. If you want this, just select the colour, size and click “Add To Cart”.
After you’re done shopping, click on your cart (at the top right) to view all the items you’ve added. If all’s in order, click the “Pay Securely Now” button.
You’ll get to the “Confirm & Pay” page, where you double check all your items again. Here, if you have any Promo Codes, vouchers, etc, please input it accordingly.
Because it’s my birthday this month, and this is my second time shopping with ASOS.com, and I am subscribed to their newsletters, I got a much welcomed Birthday Email from ASOS.com recently.
I entered my 10% ASOS Birthday promo code and got my discount calculated.
In this “Confirm & Pay” page, you’ll also have the option to choose various shipping options. Yes, ASOS.com is operated out of UK, but THEY SHIP WORLDWIDE FOR FREE! It might take about 2 weeks for your item to arrive, but at least you don’t have to pay ridiculous UK pounds for shipping charges.
You’ll be directed to make the online payment. In my case, I used PayPal.
After making the payment, you’ll be brought back to the “Order Confirmation” page.
You’re redirected to the page notifying you that your order is received.
You will also receive an email confirming your order, which includes your Order Number, Estimated Shipping Date, your Shipping address and the list of items you purchased.
PS. You also will automatically be signed up for ASOS.com’s newsletters, which will notify you of hot and new trends and items, promotions and sales.
ASOS Marketplace is an interesting offering allowing anyone, anywhere in the world, to buy or sell new or pre-loved (used) or vintage fashion items. Yes, anywhere you are in the world!
You can browse by Women or Men and subsequently by sub-categories. Of course, majority of the sellers are from UK (ASOS is really very popular in their country of origin) but it really doesn’t stop anyone from listing on the ASOS Marketplace, whether you’re an individual seller or a boutique.
Yes, I ended up buying close to GBP 90 of clothing from ASOS.com just to get you guys these screenshots. Not that I’m complaining. Now, I just sit and wait until my items reach my doorstep soon. *itchy fingers*
I even tweeted about it… and ASOS tweeted me back.
Go check out http://asos.com now! Remember, they’re having their ASOS Sale now, with a lot of items up to 50% discount.
Have you checked out ASOS.com before? Have you shopped with them before? If so, how many times have you bought from them and tell me about your experience. If not, then why not?