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Warning: You'll Want Everything From This Latest ASOS Collab

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    It's not too late to be adding things to our holiday wish list, right? Because, we're dreaming of unwrapping ASOS's latest designer collaboration on Christmas morning. The fashion brand joins forces with East London lifestyle label House of Hackney for an exclusive 18-piece collection saucily titled “Dalston Tart.”

    The collection fuses House of Hackney’s signature London rose print with a grungy aesthetic and features season-appropriate tartan checks splashed across oversized silhouettes. If you were tempted by Céline’s super-expensive laundry-bag prints this season, then you won’t be disappointed with the casual charm of this affordable range.

    Channel your inner Dalston girl and indulge your lust for all things '90s with printed dungarees, luxe jersey tees, midi-dresses, and raglan sweatshirts. Topping every R29 staffers wish list is the mohair biker jacket, so don’t blame us for turning up to work exuding the same cool-girl charm!

    Prices range from £55 to £175, and the collection is available to shop at ASOS right now. And, hey, you don’t have to be a Dalston girl to work that check.

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