ASOS has just put up an "in the style of Daisy Lowe" dress, also known as the Miu Miu mini that's been everywhere recently. The "not-too-dissimilar version" (that's a round about way of saying knock-off) is available for 38 pounds and comes in black and white. Besides the fact that this dress is far less cute than the original, we're wondering why ASOS would try to imitate a dress that was featured in the brand's spring ad campaign, not to mention in several notable editorials and even some magazine covers already - aren't they just a little late? And besides, the silhouette and length don't work when you take all the costume out and try to make it "wearable". It's just not that kind of dress. So why bother? -- HAYLEY PHELAN
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