Spring 2013 – New Looks for Men & Women at H&M

By on January 16, 2013

When it comes to affordable yet fashionable clothing, nothing can be compared to the global fashion label H&M! This Spring 2013, H&M offers a modern twist on romantic bohemian styles for women, and bold colors and prints for men. Check out some pieces of what the H&M designers suggest from the season for both women and men alike.


Whats in store for the Women..?

QUILTED BOMBER: “The bomber is the perfect piece to  kick off the season. H&M’s   updated version softens a rugged classic with quilting and printed details.”

DRAPED BLAZER: “This is one of those pieces I can’t wait to wear. I know I’ll rely on it all season long because of its softened, tailored silhouette!”

TASSELED SKIRT: “This skirt gives any outfit a burst of color and fun with its layers of tassels. It’s best paired with a minimal tee for the ideal, modern look.” RED WIDE LEG TROUSERS: “It’s great how something this clean can also translate as bohemian. The silky, soft ease of these pants are a must-have for this coming spring.”


Whats in store for the Men..?

NEW BLAZERS: “There’s so much innovation in blazers this season from color, print and cut and fabric. I love the fact that there’s such new life in this traditional garment.”

GRAPHIC PRINT PANTS: “This new confidence in men’s dressing means there are so many new choices, like these amazing graphic print pants.  Wear them with a shirt and blazer, or with your favorite T-shirt.”

UTILITY JACKET: “Utility jackets have returned to fashion in a big way. The details are important like pockets and shoulder epaulettes. It’s such a useful layering piece.”

H&M in Tsim Sha Tsui – 30 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong | Tel: 3521 1171

H&M in Central – 68 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong | Tel: 2110 9546

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Kannan Ashar

Having lived most of her life in Hong Kong, Kannan moved to Bombay, or as some call it, Mumbai, 7 years ago in the mindset to pursue her studies in fashion designing but fate had other plans and she went ahead with advertising as her major. Being a typical NRI, living in Bombay was one of the most challenging yet exciting parts of her life. After working within the lifestyle media in Bombay for 3 years, life brought her back to her first and only home, Hong Kong.

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