This is my contribution to the polka dot trend, this dressing gown from H&M home. I didn’t anticipate purchasing one when I went in for a browse but it feels incredibly soft I had to have it.
The highly anticipated collaboration between Erdem and H&M landed on Thursday 2nd. Look back to the night before the launch when I didn’t get a chance to go to a preview to purchase 2 pieces I have had my eye on for ages but no bother I’ll go online first thing only to realise the launch starts at 9 am which is an absolute let down. I underestimated the popularity of this collaboration and had to find out the hard way.
I work part time and Thursdays is a working day, first I have to drop off my son to my mum and then catch a bus to work, in my head it’s all sorted I’ll jump online around half 9 when I’m on the bus and I should get my bag and white frilly shirt. I drop my son off and started searching online at the bus stop only to find it’s sold out – oh my gosh, I was devastated, I honestly thought it wouldn’t be sold out that quick but it was, I managed to get the bag shown in the picture here but not the shirt. By the time I got to work for 10, everything was almost gone. In hindsight I would have gone online before I got on the tube, and purchased the items.
I noticed people were selling items on e-bay literally by 10am or even earlier, double or even triple the original price but you can’t stop people doing this. I stopped off at Westfield on the way home just by chance if it was there but it wasn’t so I’ll have to get an alternative. Ah I’m over it (not)
I bought this gorgeous knitwear from H&M for £39.99, not a high price to pay for warm and comfort. The only thing it does is shed hairs but I can live with that.
With Ophelia about to smack us silly – grab it quick by clicking on the link below;
I bought some velvet joggers from H&M. I initially bought them to lounge in but after trying them on, they are super soft and lovely not to wear out, I just need to dress the top and the shoes so it doesn’t get swallowed up in the land of lounge.
I wore mine with my open shoulder top from Gap and smart ankle boots.
Well done me.
How exciting, the announcement for the latest collaboration with H&M is Erdem which is due to hit our high street on 2, November 2017.
Erdem with his elegant fairy tale style of lace, frills, florals, sequins and silks, it is no wonder we can’t wait for a month to come round so we can grab some affordable pieces. Prices range from £19.99 – £199.99. A full range for Women and Men, including shoes, bags and accessories.
Erdem Moralioglu was born in Canada to a Turkish father and English mother, he studied in Canada and moved to London in 2000 to study further at the Royal College of Art. He has achieved numerous awards and has high profile clients such as Alexa Chung, Cate Blanchett, Emma Watson and Meghan Merkel wore a £1,200 floral dress to a wedding she attended with Prince Harry.
“I am so happy to collaborate with H&M, and to explore my work on a whole new scale including a menswear collection which I have never done before. It’s also such a thrill to work with Baz Luhrmann, one of the most important storytellers of our time,”
Below is a teaser film on what to expect, directed by Baz Luhrmann who was excited to capture a story to reveal the unique collection.
Roll on 2nd November…I have my eye on 2 pieces at least.
I love my baby pink and red accessories. I recently bought the gorgeous Lulu Guinness cardholder and umbrella to fit nicely in my bag. The gorgeous Pom Pom earrings are from Zara which adds a little punch to an all black outfit. The book; The Curated Closet, I’m currently reading on and off but if you need help in organising your wardrobe and tips on finding your style and sensible purchasing it’s really good. Nail polish; the red one is by Chanel and the pink one from cheeky. I have the Clarins eye reviver to perk the eyes, and the H&M hand cream in a lush pink tube.
I highly recommend getting yourself a backpack this summer. I am hooked on my navy blue longchamp pictured above. Not only is it practical but it’s so chic. I searched for the most appealing backpacks on the high street to give you some inspiration. Living in East London you hardly see anyone without one. It adds a touch of class to your outfit and you forget you have it on your back. The days of lugging a shoulder bag is over, well just for a couple of months anyway.
Top; Longchamp La Pliage backpack £56 ; Bottom left; Whistles Mini Verity In orange £180; Second Left; H&M black backpack £24.99; Second right; New Look Fringe Mini backpack £17.99; Far Right; Asos Mini Suede with Tassels backpack £35.