H&M Western Chic Lookbook

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H&M Western Chic Lookbook
H&M Western Chic Lookbook

H&M released another saucy lookbook. This time it has a very obvious theme, which will speak to you a lot. Fringe, wide-brimmed hats, leather and denim – any clues on what I am talking about? Right, it is the Western hue that this line is full of. Isn’t that something relatively fresh? We have already forgotten about this cowboy theme when the Swedish brand brought it back again. Well, I am totally for it, especially when it offers such awesome articles of clothing. Scroll down to see more of the stylish looks.

H&M Lookbook 2014: Western Hues

This time H&M tapped the American model Cameron Russell. The brunette beauty stuns in a range of awesome shots. Being lensed by David Roemer of Atelier Management, the model poses against natural background as well as the railway station backdrops. The two scenes create some kind of a contrast, opposing artificial with the natural one.

Credits for hairstyle and make-up go to Keith Carpenter and Nikki Minray respectively. Luisa Pena styled the lookbook, creating awesome ensembles. My favorite piece of the presented line is a leather jacket in black with a fringed back. I have never seen a piece like that and would surely love to try it on. Not that it will really keep me warm, but fashion, after all, is not always about practicality.

I am pretty sure you will fall in love with all the outfits featured here. I like the way different clothing items are combined together and styled with various accessories. The greatest thing about the lookbook is that it is pretty affordable, as we all know how moderate the prices for H&M pieces are. Take a look at the gallery and choose your favorite outfit.

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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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