On Monday, I ventured out into the streets of Washington, DC. I was in full frugalista mode.
Armed with my H&M coupon, I was ready to get my Fall fashion fix. The mission? Not to splurge but to shop smart.
There, from hundreds of racks and two floors of apparel, I came up with Five under 50: fabulous buys for the season that didn’t break the bank.
Here’s what I discovered.
Slim-fit pants ($14.95)
Denim shirt ($29.95)
Ballet flats ($12.95)
To explore more, click here.
TIP: Although there is no online shopping feature for the U.S. yet, the H&M website is a great way to browse ahead of visiting the store. Happy shopping!
82 pages packed with Fall fashion goodness.
Covering everything from must-have party looks to the temporary tattoo trend, the H&M magazine is chock-full of what stylistas need to know this season.
I guarantee you that, just like me, you’ll keep going back to it–again and again–for fashion inspiration.
Check it out here. Happy reading!
The City’s Olivia Palermo covers her first ever magazine this month.
The actress we love to hate appears in the Autumn/Winter issue of ASOS Magazine.
To check out the cover–which, admittedly, I like–click here.
Topshop has release behind-the-scenes video from its Autumn Winter 2010 shoot.
As if we needed more confirmation, it’s a great reminder that Fall will be full of chunky knits, furs, tweeds and the clog!
Check it out for an eyeful of autumn style inspiration.
I love it when H&M gives me a sneak peek into their next-season inventory.
This time, it’s their Autumn 2010 collection, which screams early eighties.
Expect lots of elegant tailoring, with the soft volumes and classic tweeds and silks from that era making a comeback. Oh! And let’s not forget anything in the brown and beige color palette, suits, blazers and romantic frills.
“It’s about being well dressed and comfortable too. Soft, warm and casual. A sporty and futuristic look in black with bright accents weighs against the tailoring and knitwear. Our customers like to mix and match the new with their old favourites to reinforce their own personal style,” says H&M’s head of design Ann-Sofie Johansson.
Indeed we do, Ann-Sofie! We do!
Read more to preview looks from the collection.