Advantages Huge Range of items, good sale section
Disadvantages Can't leave items in shopping bag for very long
Asos.com is a website I regularly log-on to, not always to buy, but to see what's on there. I've been using it for about three or four years and it's the place I buy most of my clothes from. I originally wrote this review in 2007, but updated it in June 2009 as the website has been radically updated.
You need to register an account if you wish to buy anything, this is easily done as you simply give your email address and home address. You can then login using your email address and password you chose. They will then send you an email newsletter every few days with the latest items added to the site, along with any special offers or competitions they are running. They also post me out a copy of their monthly magazine, for no extra charge. I'm not sure whether they do this for everyone or just the people who make quite a few purchases.The website design has undergone a revamp within the last year or so, it used to be relatively plain in black and white but it now has flash on it's homepage to brighten it up. The link to the blog part of the website seems to come and go daily, but can be accessed directly by going to http://asostoday.asos.com. The community section is found in a small link right along the bottom of the homepage, along with the contact section. The menu is along the top, and you hover your mouse over one of the six options (women, men, beauty, designer, outlet and kidswear), a bigger menu will then appear to show you more options within these, eg. trousers, shirts etc. The items will then appear in rows of three on the webpage and you can click on each one to see more information.
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