Remembering the past can be the best way to honor it and the ASOS Revive collection uses this exact principle in order to help us honor the glorious and uber fashionable '80s and '90s. Check out the latest spring/summer 2012 looks.

They're back! The '80s and '90s that is. Minimalism with a strong sporty vibe defines the newest ASOS Revive collection for the spring/summer season. Despite of all the multitude of bold tones that come our way, there's no question that pristine white pieces and all white outfits still hold an important place in the season's preferred looks and London designer Ebru Ercon, who also worked for Addias and Stella McCartney sure knows how to translate this tendency into fab designs that will make sporty vibes an 'it' trend of the season.

Sporty vibes and a fab contemporary look in breathable, comfy fabrics making dressing down a fun option to indulge in. The 'Move ya body...Feel the rush' motto sure feels motivating when we take a look at the fun combos endorsed. A multitude of simple dresses to show off your femininity, dark wash denim shorts or fun overalls are perfect for feeling comfy and chic while emphasizing some of the best concepts of the past decades.

If sporty jackets and loose pants aren't exciting enough for you and you prefer something a little more contemporary yet different, metallic sandals or wedge sneakers might just catch your interest and prove a worthwhile alternative for the hot months. Creating a chic look without looking like you are trying too hard is the key concept the newest lookbook by ASOS can help you tackle easily and stylishly. Playing with proportions and points of interest is one of the funniest choices to tackle the concept.

Since simplicity with a sporty vibe is the key impression the lookbook leaves, worrying about accessorizing would prove an overkill. Still, small clutches or classy backpacks in the pristine white tone that defines the collection prove a worthwhile addition both for their practical purpose and their power to create an adorable urban look.

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