Saturday, May 4, 2013

My latest H&M haul

Yesterday, I went shopping at H&M, for the first time in quite some time, which is a bit unusual for me, since I usually shop there very often. I mostly buy basics, in different, trendy colors, though, and this time was no exception.

Some of the stuff I got was:

A pair of neon yellow flats
(I love H&M flats, as you may already know)

As well as a tank top in the same shade, from H&Ms Concious Collection
I especially like the scalloped edges on this top, they make a huge difference:
Because I have been eyeing this Marc by Marc Jacobs bag for a while, and I thought both the shoes and the top would match it quite nicely if I end up getting it (which I think I will, now):
I also got a neon pink basic top (because I wanted something to match my new Paul's Boutique bag, that has a big neon pink detail at the front):

And a mint green basic top (because who doesn't love mint green these days?):

As well as a very cool kimono style blouse with lace details, in red:

(unfortunately it really doesn't photograph well at all, though!)

And a black and white striped tunic:
As well as a sleepwear set in pink and white:

H&M makes really good sleepwear, so I tend to buy at least one set each and every season. And I guess this season was no exception!

So all in all, it was a pretty productive shop stop, even though none of the pieces are really very spectacular. But you really do need basics in your wardrobe as well!

5 comments:

  1. Love the mint green top. You got some really great things. It's so easy to just go into H&M and walk out with bags and bags of stuff!

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  2. The neon should definitely go with that Marc Jacobs bag you've been eyeing it!

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  3. Hi there! I love your pre forward thinking of getting pieces for the possible Marc Jacobs bag, hehe! I really love the neon tops, they will be lovely for summer xx

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  4. I confess to being an H&M fan - i loveeeee walking into their stores.
    You picked up some great basics.

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