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ASOS' newest line will turn you into a Brit it-girl

ASOS' newest line is channeling major Princess Diana vibes. Thanks to their recent collaboration with WAH London's Sharmadean Reid, you can now dress the part of chic British girls that always have that put-together yet effortless style. The line is made up of killer clothing and accessories that all have a feminine detail that sets it apart -- think pearl accents, modern cuts and black bows -- but still gives off an edgy feel.
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