H&M Autumn Collection
Thursday, 21 July 2011 / 19:46
Autumn is my favourite season to dress for, and the recently-arrived H&M autumn catalogue has given me a shot of inspiration for the coming months. There's a lot of emphasis on warm, earthy tones, which aren't usually my thing, but these photos make me wonder if it isn't time to branch out a bit...
A lot of the trendier pieces have a 1960s-70s feel.
There's a predominance of pale neutrals and warm, dark reds:
Contrasted by muted green:
More casual layering:
This sweater (also available in dark grey) is one of my favourite pieces. This is the other:
H&M blazers often run too short in the body and sleeves for me, but I like the herringbone tweed so much that I plan on giving this one a try anyway. Whilst I'm not really looking for a coat this year, much of the outerwear has a classic look that I love.
I noticed plenty of long, draped scarves in neutral shades. This combination is a bit sedate for me, but I wouldn't hesitate to wear that scarf/sweater-dress pairing with skinny jeans and lace-up ankle boots.
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Labels: hm, seasonal style