The H&M Divided Black Flirty Fifties Twist lookbook is packed with cool options which bring a modern interpretation on the glamorous decade. Though on the spring 2020 runways ’50s and ’60s style influences were used for elegant evening ensembles, the label’s new spin on things is definitely an interesting one, especially since it provides everyday style suggestions with a cool trendy twist.
The new choices from the H&M Divided Black line makes us wish it was summer already, given their cool effortless vibe. The days when getting ready in the morning will only entail slipping into a lightweight dress are still quite far, but it’s definitely reassuring to know that these lovely pieces will be hitting the stores soon enough and that we won’t have to break the bank to rock similarly cute ensembles. Clever styling makes even the simplest looks stand out. From putting a sporty spin on an otherwise cool feminine look to adding fun accessories to take a basic combo to the next level, the new line brings many cool ideas worth implementing.
From lovely pastel toned items to cool printed pieces, the new H&M Divided Black spring 2020 lookbook brings plenty of interesting options with a cool youthful spin. The best part? Even though the new ads only feature a handful of pieces, the brand manages to bring a cool mix of bold and versatile pieces which can cater to many different style preferences. While femininity is the allure that prevails in the new lookbook, the options the brand is putting in the spotlight could easily be part of other ensembles with a completely different flair.
Accessories make the new H&M Divided Black spring 2020 offerings even more fun. It seems like the brand has decided to explore a more whimsical side of style with fab options that are definite conversation starters. Kitty bag, anyone? Other great picks the brand brings into the spotlight? Heart shaped sunglasses, cool earrings, gold toned necklaces and bracelets, to name just a few.
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