H&M Fall Silhouettes Lookbook
It is more than true that simple things can be utterly alluring and fashionable without giving the impression of spending hours in front of the mirror. And the newest H&M Fall Silhouettes Lookbook, starring famous Norwegian top model Iselin Steiro, is the best example in this sense.
When it comes to versatile and functional fashion, H&M seems to be the ultimate source. There is so much elegance and refinement in the latest H&M Fall Silhouettes Lookbook, a certain vibe of sophistication and an effortlessly chic flair, showing that dressing up doesn’t necessarily mean heavy embellishments and too elaborated ensembles. Dresses, button-up shirts, jumpers, cardigans, blazers and pants are items proving that elegance is best defined by clean lines, lengths and shapes.
Coco Chanel used to say that “Simplicity is the keynote of all true elegance.” And we must agree with this as there is nothing more beautiful and ladylike than an effortless look that exudes femininity and style despite its apparent simplicity. Reducing a design to its essence and avoiding excessive details can be a smart trick for a polished, effective, wow-factor appearance.
A new H&M lookbook for fall 2020 has just arrived revealing a series of surprisingly simple, classic yet refined outfits that draw all our attention through clean, easy to wear silhouettes. Prep your wardrobe for a voguish season, investing in black, ankle-length low-rise trousers, gently tailored blazers with pockets, slim-fit trousers, figure-fit dresses with a satin top section, fine-knit jumpers with decorative bows on the neckline, pencil skirts with wide waistband, short figure-fit jackets, and pussy-bow chiffon blouses with pearly buttons. Don’t forget to complete your look choosing the most comfy, yet stylish pair of shoes such as high-heeled loafers, ankle boots or lace-up shoes. Also, remember to complement your outfit with the right accessories such as a wide-brimmed wool felt hat, a handbag, and appropriate jewelry, still trying to keep everything as simple as possible.
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