H&M Summer 2014 Lookbook

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H&M has released a number of beautiful images for the warm seasons. This brand always steps in whenever there is a need to cheer us up. For instance, this time we have a chance to spot the model posing against very rocky and cliffy background. Judging by what my eyes can see, it is pretty hot out there, as the sun heats really toughly. Which means that the poor girl is sweating and boiling up on the hot surface, while we, the lucky, get to relax and enjoy the life under the low temperatures and surrounded by snow. If you look at it this way, then the chilly days won’t seem to be so depressing anymore. Check out the Summer 2014 lookbook by H&M and get your portion of positive emotions.

Edita Vilkeviciute For H&M Summer 2014 Lookbook

Edita looked drop dead gorgeous on all of the images below. The blonde beauty is always on top of it, making every single photoshoot more adorable and appealing. This set of pictures reveals perfect taste of the H&M’s creative director, as he combined simple lines with even more simple backdrops. It is all about the moderate looks  – so if you were expecting something outstanding and epatage, sorry to disappoint you. However, why would you in the first place? It is H&M after all.

My favorite look featured in the catalogue is made up by a black midi flare skirt and a knit crop sweater in dim pink. I adore how elegant and stylish these two items look together. A lovely pair of delicate pumps in black and white perfectly completed the look. I personally would add a pretty necklace and maybe a couple of bracelets, otherwise the outfit looks super cool.

If you are still not convinced by my words, check out the gallery and you will fall in love with the saucy designs as well.

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Cara Leon

I explore the world through the prism of fashion. Fashion is my everything: my universe, my air, my alter ego. I do my best to suit society, but when society does not bother to accept my way - I see no point in climbing up the mountain. It is the same with fashion: if they do not get what you wear, it is not your clothes that are to be trashed.

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