The H&M spring 2014 lookbook featuring Romanian model Andreea Diaconu seems to indicate that the Swedish label is in a boho chic mood for the early spring days. The bohemian vibes were also reflected in the Miranda Kerr for H&M spring 2014 campaign, but in a much subtler way and more timeless perspective. However, the new lookbook adopts a more interesting approach, bringing a variety of head-turning pieces which take inspiration from the new season trends.
The new H&M lookbook for spring/summer 2014 will likely prove a good choice for those who love maximalist outfits as the new pieces have bold textures and stunning patterns that become instantly memorable. Ruffles, tassels, fringes, abstract patterns and animal prints are among the style elements the brand relies on for its new line. These motifs, along with interesting proportions, transform the new looks into veritable show stoppers even though the color palette revolves mostly around neutrals.
Though the majority of the combos displayed in the new H&M spring lookbook seem to be on the creative artsy side, the brand brings pieces which are far more versatile and which might appeal to a wider range of preferences. Chic spring jackets, simple tank tops or chic dresses are among the options that can easily prove valuable assets for perking up your new season looks. Unlike the more attention grabbing pieces included in the brand’s spring 2014 collection, these can easily be made a part of a variety of cool outfits.
If you’re searching for a few accessories to help you revamp your look, the new lookbook features plenty of interesting choices worth considering. Chic over the knee boots, low heel ankle boots, metallic belts, simple necklaces, cool rings or chic bags in unexpected shapes are among the options the Swedish label will bring into stores in the upcoming months.