I don't know if you guys have noticed but H&M have upped their game on the style stakes the last few seasons and this fall, they're proving there's no turning back. Prices are slightly higher but I think you can really see why....
This set looks like Prada or maybe Marc Jacobs. It's got that high-end finish to it with the suede fabric and exposed stitching and I really love it. It's also giving me a hint of the 70's trend but not too much to look costume.
You could so easily wear this both together or apart, with both items proving themselves to be staples. Love love love the collar on this jacket too.
I know this was in my recent faux fur post BUT I had to put it in again because (this colour is sold out btw! obs) they have added a new colourway and it's freakin divine!! It's sumptuously rich and, again, it will not hang about. I didn't get a chance to grab this when I wanted it earlier in the week so I'm on the fence about getting the new colour or waiting to see if they re-stock the other, lighter one. Which one do you prefer?? Let me know in the comments!
If cropped, shorter jackets are your thing for fall, you can't go wrong with either of these colours. I'm obsessed with the teddy shape and I think these look way beyond H&M's usual jacket designs. Upping their game once again!
This really is making me excited about fall fashion. I love wearing a cashmere and really, this is the best price you're going to get for a beautiful, trend-shaped sweater in the fabric, without it being a lucky find on sale.
Colours are perfection, the funnel necks and exaggerated sleeve details are stunning and I want all three, please. Pair with anything from leather effect pants to flowing, pleated maxi skirts and boots.
Always a fan of a black and white outfit, especially for a work look.
This dress is basically fall perfection and looks extremely high-end, which is surprising when you look at the price. The cost per wear on this will pay you back after just a couple of weeks because I bet you won't wanna take this off.
I love it paired with the slouchy boots that the model has on if you click the image but I think it would work really well with these sock boots also, which again look very high-end. Finally, everyone needs a black biker jacket in their closet and if it's faux fur-lined, all the better.
Love this look. Keeping all colours neutral but with a strong shoe ensures the outfit doesn't fade into the background. I'm obsessed with this sweater and although it would be perfect curled up on the sofa with a hot chocolate and slippers, it would also work perfectly at the office with these chic AF tailored trousers in this sick paisley print.
I'm never afraid to pair a tan bag with a black shoe because the colours are different enough for it to look purposeful. Plus, the outfit just works as a whole.
Unfortunately, this dream of a skirt is sold out in this hue BUT worry not, there is a statement alternative to choose if you click on the image and it's very good.
Orange is a rad colour, especially for fall and because this is so bright, you can team it with anything from neutrals to black and it remains the focus of the look. Also, pleats are going to be huge this season, so get ahead.
Soon to be knocking on Manolo's door?? H&M is really impressing in their shoe game. Some big names in fashion from styling sites to celebs have named dropped H&M this season in their must-have footwear picks and now I can see why.
These are pretty much the perfect all day heel and the chic added details elevate the whole shoe, leaving any on-looker to assume they are designer-bought.
This look, from head to toe, is awesome. Yes!?
This ribbed top looks like DVF or Ganni and the extra detailing on it really impressed me. I love the shape and the muted colours, which you can really make pop with this awesome trenchcoat. Most of H&M's other trenchcoats are already sold out (hoping for a re-stock soon), so grab this one while you can if you like it!
The trousers are soooooo chic and the fit is unreal. You could pair these with literally any top or blouse and any shoe, but I love these platform brogues as an alternative to a loafer or mule at work for comfort.
No. Words. Necessary.
H&M is smashing the elevated workwear, but I just wanted to also include a bit of their denim because it's better than normal and they're nailing the shapes and fit.
The added pile-collar on this jacket makes it instantly feel more expensive, which I love and why not double denim it up this fall with these distressed jeans, which you could do with these simple slip-ons or flip the look on its head and pair them with a lace bodysuit and strappy sandals. Many looks in one with these.
I actually don't mind the hike in price point when you can really see that extra value in each piece. Now, just to pick which pieces are coming home with me!