As of writing this post, this kimono is nowhere to be found on the Dutch H&M website (much like the linen suit as you will recall, this too vanished within 2 days of spotting it) and I noticed it is all but sold out on the foreign sites as well. Which can only mean I am not the only one on the perpetual look-out for a reasonably priced full-length kimono.
So after seeing blogger Emma Hill (and by the way: I am addicted to her hilarious weekly vlogs) looking amazing in this H&M linen suit I have clicked it into my virtual shopping basket no less than four times to…well you know…’have a long hard think about it‘ first.
In case anyone ever wondered if I actually buy any of the stuff I show here, the answer is ‘Oh yes.’ My parcel delivery guy can also attest to that (we are on a first name basis *cough*). And since I have come to loathe shopping in town I almost always resort to online shopping. Nothing beats trying on clothes in the comfort of my own dressing room (I mean come on Zara, what is with the preposterous long queues?) and the ability to match outfits on the spot in pleasant lighting.
Pretty cool styling with black blazers at H&M.
The daintiest of tops.
Low key ensembles at H&M Trend.
For when ‘just jeans and white shirt’ won’t do.
Looking for that luxurious looking thin knit to perfect your minimalist look, but without breaking the bank?
I am having a love/hate relationship with the high street at the moment it seems, been sending back tons of stuff I ordered online from the likes of Zara and H&M and schlepping myself round the physical stores and the dressing rooms has yielded…well, not a lot to be honest. Quality, fit and design all have proven to be less than enticing this season so far.