H&M 2013 “Spring’s Key Pieces”

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H&M 2013

Winter is in its peak but nothing can stop us from peeking into Spring lookbooks and ad campaigns like this H&M 2013 “Spring’s Key Pieces” featuring Magdalena Frackowiak modeling Spring’s trendy pieces H&M prepared for the fashionistas around the globe.

Following the latest hottest fashion trends the mass market brand brings stripes, monochrome and pastel colors into its Spring lookbook. There are monochrome prints like stripes and leopard and, of course, florals. A light mint sweater adds a splash of color to the black and white color palette and continues the last Spring/Summer mint color trend.

The brand offers a selection of pieces that are great for stylish day-to-day outfits. There is a short biker black leather jacket, leather, leopard and floral-printed leggings, a leather skirt and white shorts and a couple of dresses. The brand also offers a couple of tees and shirts in black and white to pair with leggings, pants, skirts and a monochrome leopard print blazer.

The striped monochrome tight-fitting dress is definitely an eye-catcher. It features horizontal stripes at the top and in the sleeves and the vertical stripes start at the bust line while the sides are shapes as rhombs making for a flattering print seams.

H&M 2013

The diamond shape is also echoed in accessories like bracelets that also come in monochrome tones and nicely contrast with stripes and add detail to simple black and white outfits. Other accessories include statement rings, big bags and clutches.

Even footwear is featured in monochrome palette. The half white half black ballet pumps go with everything from leopard leggings to white shorts. There are ankle strap sandals which were all over the runway for Spring 2013. These are great to finish a dressy outfit with.

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H&M “Spring’s Key Pieces” Lookbook

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Mona Lis

A fashion enthusiast with passion for extremes; simple cuts vs. mad complexity, monochromatic pallets, and crazy color schemes. Interested in fashion from a perspective of a 'perfect look', 'outfit puzzles', and shopping.