Autumn Winter 2011 at H&M: buy NOW, wear NOW

The British summer has been, it’s fair to say, a bit of a let down. It started well, with a hot April that got us all dreaming of a summer of sun and floaty maxi dresses and denim cut-offs but with May came the disappointing reality of jeans, jumpers and showers. So many of us are now looking towards the autumn collections that are already appearing in stores on the high street for inspiration. Here, I’ll take a look at H&M’s autumn offerings and how you can make them work now and later in the year too:

A light weight jumper in a bright raspberry is the perfect cover-up for chilly summer evenings – or chilly summer days – and will take you right through to autumn and beyond.

This wraparound dress with draped detail is great for the warmer weather while the patterned lends itself to being teamed with tights and a boyfriend cardigan come the cooler weather.

This imitation suede tunic with cutout detailing is my favourite in the whole Autumn collection for H&M. It can be worn now with a couple of long pendants thrown over and a pair of sandals and teamed with leggings or tights next season and a biker jacket.

Finally, I couldn’t resist showing you these two beautiful bags from H&M’s autumn collection, aren’t they divine?

The large imitation leather handbag on the left is a bargainous £24.99, whilst the bag on the right is a little pricer at £69.99 but is real suede with leather details – and is beautiful too!!

What will you be investing in for autumn? Are you starting now or waiting till summer is over?


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