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The Must-Have Pieces From Little Mix’s Leigh-Anne Pinnock's ASOS Edit

The curated pieces from Little Mix's Leigh-Anne is right on time for the season.

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Little Mix is taking over more than the charts. This month, powerhouse and online retailer ASOS teamed up with Leigh-Anne Pinnock, one-quarter of British girl group Little Mix, for the latest ASOS DESIGN collection. ASOS has curated over 85,000 products over thousands of edits, across verticals like ASOS DESIGN and ASOS 4505, to give customers the confidence to be whoever they want to be.

Personally edited and curated by Leigh-Anne, the collection is "packed full of trend-led pieces" that range from every day to late-night looks. This 58-piece set oozes with 90s nostalgia, including but not limited to slouchy denim, oversized coats, and opulent jewel tones. A self-proclaimed 90s fashion enthusiast, this collection is said to be a direct reflection of Leigh-Anne's personal style. This collection has every trend you need for the rest of 2020 so keep reading to get a few of our favorite items!

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Belted Slouchy Dad Pants

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ASOS DESIGN Belted Slouchy Dad Pants in Pinstripe

A trend that continues to give us life, these slouchy suit pants should be at the top of your list. This look is perfect for a business brunch, casual business meeting, or the like. The pinstripe exudes a sense of professionalism while the relaxed fit keeps it casual and youthful. These pants can easily be dressed up or down, depending on your personal style.

$60

The Teddy Bonded Collared Coat

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ASOS DESIGN Teddy Bonded Collared Coat in Cream

Oh, honey sign us up! This is the coat of autumn/winter dreams, and the length is perfectly on-trend. You can effortlessly dress this up or down, and finish it off beautifully with knee-high boots or white sneakers.

$127

Open Collar Sweater and Wide Leg Pant Co-Ord

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ASOS DESIGN Open Collar Sweater and Wide Leg Pant Co-ord in Cream | ASOS

This is the perfect matching set to transition into the colder months. The open collar gives you the flexibility to wear it asymmetrical, which is a huge trend for 2020. It has exaggerated sleeves that add the perfect amount of volume; the wide-leg pants add a layer of professionalism to the uniform, without sacrificing the relaxed nature.

$42

Leather High Neck Mini Dress

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ASOS DESIGN Leather Look High-Neck Tuck Sleeve Mini Dress with Belt

Leather, faux or real, is such a trend for 2020 and into 2021. The length of the mini dress elongates the leg and contrasts the conservative high neck, especially when paired with stunning boots.

$64

Ruched Bardot Mini Dress in Chartreuse

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ASOS DESIGN Extreme Ruched Bardot Mini Dress in Chartreuse

Another mini dress but oh, such a different vibe! This off-the-shoulder dress is perfect for date night or girl's night out. The prominence of the collar bone and shoulder exudes sex appeal, while the color keeps it fun and flirty.

$72

Claudia Knee High Boots

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ASOS DESIGN Claudia Knee High Boots in Tan

If you can't tell, we love boots here at xoNecole and these are at the top of our list. The height, color, and fabric are all perfect to elevate your everyday style.

$64

Be sure to check out the full collection here.

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