#Access All ASOS

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You’ve probably seen over the past few months lots of lucky people tweeting about #accessallasos, but do you know much about it?

Access All ASOS is an exclusive group which gives the most loyal fans of ASOS a first look at what’s coming up. You’ll also be invited to visit ASOS HQ (how exciting?!) and various other events they’ll be holding, as well as sneaky peeks at future collections and campaigns.

It’s open to anyone, but as you need to demonstrate that you’re a huge fan of ASOS, the more active on social media you are, the better. If you’re always Pinning everything on their new in pages to your wishlist boards, Instagramming your latest hauls or blogging about the latest discount codes (and what you’re planning to buy with them!), then you’re more likely to be accepted.

A few of the events that they’ve held include #selfieschool – where the attendees found out what a selfie was (did you know it’s an Australian word?) and how to take the perfect selfie in different themes – The Dramatic Selfie, The Combination Selfie, The Natural Selfie and the Mirror Selfie.


The #ASOSSwapShop sounded like a lot of fun as well, where some of the insiders visited their HQ and had a preview of the SS14 collections, talks from Mod Dolly and House of Jam (two ASOS Marketplace boutiques you should check out!) and a clothes swapping session.


To apply, you’ll need to be over 16, a UK resident and answer a few questions; a basic bio, why ASOS needs you to be a part of Access All ASOS, and why you love ASOS. You’ll also need to provide your Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and Facebook Page links, as well as any websites that may be relevant (for most of you reading this, it will be your blog, but perhaps you also write for your university newspaper fashion pages?

If you have applied previously but haven’t been accepted (or haven’t heard back from them), then you can reapply a month or two later – they are accepting new applications at the moment. Access All ASOS is not specifically a blogger outreach programme, so don’t worry if you haven’t started one yet! (Although you’re in the perfect place if you want to start a blog…!)

What do you think of Access All ASOS? If you’re a member already, perhaps you’d share what you’ve enjoyed most about the challenges, etc in the comments :)

Check out other blogger networks

  • Nuffnang UK (@NuffnangUK)

    Are you curious about #AccessAllASOS @asos? @BonjourBlogger gives you the lowdown here: http://t.co/Okduhfn4q2

    April 16, 2014 at 12:00 pm Reply
  • Roni P

    hey :) just applied yesterday to accessallasos do you know when will they get back in touch?
    you wrote that whoever applies has to be a UK resident. Im not :( does that mean they wont accept me?
    thank you <3

    February 10, 2016 at 8:30 pm Reply

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