Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Passionate about fashion? Country? H & M brings you the solution to all your ills


The fashion takes country. Either because it said Isabel Marant or because it is a trend that adds to the sack of the season Fall-Winter 2012/2013, but it is here. And if you're passionate about it, now you can be of cool thanks to H & M and its new collection. Because for so risky trends like these, it's best to go for low-cost firms ...

With sleeves or sleeveless garment star is the shirt. Yes, it can give you that distinctive touch if you want to go unnoticed (insofar as possible).


These two models are a clear inspiration for the French fashion designer launched his collection for autumn-winter 2012/2013 and that several brands have already launched their version .


Passion for the fringe

If you're from the fringes flip out, now you're in luck: this collection features clothes with them. Be the most fashionable of the cowgirls with a jacket where the sleeves out dozens of them. I like to see in picture, but do not think I dared to wear one like this.


And if you want to be surprised, do it with these shorts where the sides of the fringe that will mark out your style with every step. What do you think?


Opt for a dress??

But if you're in you can not live without a dress, this season we have original and bold patterns. Example? This maxi dress / denim shirt that will undoubtedly draw attention wherever you go. If you know how to do this can be the main star of the season.


More romantic lace and the other is presented in various hue. Depending on the occasion and how you want to combine, you can choose between the purity of white or midnight blue. Which do you stay?


And finally, one of the most chic styling: ruffles and lace skirt (maroon) combined with studded gray sweatshirt. I love it!


What do you think of this new collection?

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