ASOS has a try-before-you-buy service that will help you find the perfect Christmas party dress WITHOUT paying up front

ASOS has a try-before-you-buy service that will help you find the perfect Christmas party dress WITHOUT paying up front

December 8, 2018 0 By Today news

NO matter how much we try and plan our outfits ahead of time, choosing what to wear for the annual office Christmas party is always a style struggle.

Well brace yourselves fashion fans because ASOS now has a try-before-you buy payment option across the site… and it’s going to be a total life saver this festive season.


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While shoppers previously had to fork out a small fortune to try out an item in a range of sizes and shades, all customers now have to do is check out with Klarna Pay Later option on the ASOS app.

Through the money-saving service, orders will still be delivered as usual but customers have 30 days to decide whether they want to keep the item before they are charged.

In other words, it’s a total must for when you’re stumped over what to wear to the office Christmas party.

And as there is no limit to how many items you can order through the Pay Later service, you can effectively experiment to your wardrobe’s delight.

Stumped over what to buy for the office Christmas party? Why not try out these three different styles using ASOS’ Buy Now, Pay Later service?
  • Slinky Cowl Mini Dress, £25 from ASOS – buy now
  • UNIQUE21 Plunge Front Wide Leg Jumpsuit, £35 from ASOS – buy now
  • Velvet Ruffle Mini Dress, £26.50 from ASOS – buy now

To sign up to the Klarna, shoppers need to have a UK bank account, be over 18 and have a residential home address in the UK.

Customers wanting to use the service must also have a reasonably good credit score to utilise the Pay Later option.

  • Snake Platform Heels, £42 from ASOS – buy now
  • Embellished Bow Mid Heels, £45 from ASOS – buy now
  • Sphynx slingback mid heels, £30 from ASOS – buy now

However, the handy service can affect your credit score if you fail to pay for your items within the 30 day cut off point.

But don’t mind us, we’ll just be treating ourselves to a new festive outfit… or two.

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