Photos by Leon Lee
H&M is opening its first store in Macau! After the amazing day I had in HK a few weeks back, the great people at H&M sent us some pretty stuff to style on our blogs, in time for the opening. Due to me being bigger than most other bloggers, sample sizes are always scary, so I went for more accessories than clothing - except for the amazing jumpsuit in the first set. There were some amazing pieces in the summer collection, which I recommend you have a look at before they're all gone.
I decided to have a very on-trend 70's vibe for these sets. So the three looks have codenames actually - "Glam 70's" "Alexa Chung 70's" and "Modern 70's" H&M always has cool, trendy pieces so it wasn't hard to find those right pieces. For "Glam 70's" the jumpsuit was a very glam piece, and I decided that I didn't need any accessories. I amped up the boho vibe with a straw clutch and my cool platforms, bought ages ago.
The "Alexa Chung 70's" is called so because I was so inspired by the recent AG by Alexa Chung collection. I mean, who did not want a button-front skirt after that, right? I even DIY'ed a ribbon choker out of an old swimsuit string. Oh the things we do for an outfit.
Finally my third look, which my mom is very fond of, is the "Modern 70's" set. I bought these flares when I was in HK, and I remember being very quiet, reaching for them with some sweat dripping down my head, not quite believing my luck finding a pair like this for a price like this in H&M. Yes, they're a bit long, but nothing tailoring can't fix.
So if you find yourself in Macau for some reason on the 13th, join us at the H&M Grand Opening at the Venetian Macau. It's gonna be a blast! I can't wait to get more amazing pieces for my wardrobe. What do you think of my H&M sets darlings? Good, not good, meh - what's your favorite 70's inspired look? Let me know!