Sep 15, 2013

Style your wordrobe!

Hey guys! It's Autumn time again. Its time for you to pick out the cardigans, sweaters and boots from the dustiest corners of your closet. Or you know what? I've got a better idea: let's refresh your wardrobe with H&M-s new collection! The theme of the collection is clearly elegant and black.

Most of the dresses and costumes have long slender figures, towering skinny either leather or embroidered material. Before you`d think that this is a dark and gothic invasion, H&M flavors are only chic. In addition to long boots , which are decorated with at infinity– pilots –with leather trim and embroidery are also very important parts of this look book. Hoods or fedora hats are also in, black, always, as well as jackets that provide or simulate air . The H & M look book Fall gives you the perfect opportunity to be a real lady from head to toe and sweep everyone off their feet!  

The collection is much more polished than in previous years, many more compilation of classic elegance and minimalist style represented this year and the color is dark and the autumn hues dominate most. Most of the samples are shown in two panels, we find a few interesting, more interesting pieces, the pants are a classic pencil style this year."When we started thinking about this collection we talked about drama – a kind of modern drama," said Ann-Sofie Johansson, head of design at H&M, during a preview of the collection.   

The style of garments shown retail at similar prices to the normal H&M range, except for some of the showier pieces – made from slightly more expensive fabrics – such as the black wool flared miniskirt with embroidery and a black velvet cape featuring epaulettes. Similar attention to detail elevated other pieces, such as the black wool cropped peacoat, finished with a vintage cuff, and the grungy long black bias-cut dress.

 I hope you liked it, stay tuned for the new post. If you have any ideas or suggestions, feel free to comment. I wish you a lovely day. :)

This post was drawn and written by Nagy Deia. You may know her from previous photo shooting :) I really like her work!

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