Wednesday, October 10, 2012

H & M, Frida Gustavsson and pastel shades. Would you join the party?


Neither garnets or electric blue, or anything like that. H & M goes against the grain this Fall 2012 and presents a new collection where the trio is made ​​up of the cream, bottle green and mint. Together or separately, these shades can accompany you during the season and make your looks are perfect: compensates bottle green tones and create an ideal match.

And it is this tone that has always liked me for the cold season, away from the classicism of black and gray. Personally I like to combine it with other dark colors, the navy being the most used, but I realize that we may be perfect beige.


Dark green?, Mint and cream in one outfit? And why not? And for a touch (more color) red accents. Yes, the firm risks and win, and gives us alternatives to dress for the cold season. What do you think?


A Fall as pie

A few weeks ago we announced already: the firm does not want to be clothed with muted colors this season , with pastel tones and dusty the best resource. Thus the color beige and mint come together in many of their outfits without the result be too much.


But dress in light colors does not mean leaving home at risk. Not at all. And a clear example with the following pieces: paillettes skirt combined with the classic knitted sweater. What do you think of the combination? Do you dare to her?


And to the office looks have also proposed: a cream suit (for my taste a bit risky) combined with a mint green top.


Do not satures with cream

The monochrome looks are the most. We need not mix colored clothes scattered if we want. And the result is still spectacular (or even better).


And if you do not like the monotony, you can break it with flashy accessories like the color red.


Are you going to look like tones?

Official Site | H & M
In Jared | dusty tones (or cake) for H & M will join us this fall, do you accept?
In Jared | Fashion Passionate? country? H & M brings you the solution to all your ills

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