Have you heard about ASOS’ massive fashion week sale?

Mia Steiber 6 March 2017 NEWS

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ASOS will be running trend-based discounts during the second week of March.

Savvy shoppers and fashion lovers get ready. ASOS is launching a giant, seven-day-long sale that is inspired by the trends we've seen so far during international fashion weeks.

Fashion month began 9 February with New York Fashion Week followed by London Fashion Week, Milan Fashion Week and Paris Fashion Week, concluding 8 March. On the fashion week catwalks we've seen the emergence of a number of new trends, including Scandi fashion, indie rocker and an 80's resurgence.

To celebrate the conclusion of fashion month and to highlight the up and coming trends, ASOS is helping fashion fans get ahead of the game and jump on each of the trends now.

A different trend edit, inspired by a new trend from fashion month, will appear on the site each for seven days and will be subject to a discount. The sale runs from 6 March to 12 March and the discounted pieces will vary from day to day depending on the trend of the day - so if you see something you like on sale, you only have one day to snap it up.

This is a great opportunity for fashionistas to access high street versions of the coming A/W trends as we head into the colder, winter season. Be sure to keep your eyes peeled for new deals on ASOS's website. And if you want to see more ASOS discounts check out the brand's sale page.

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