Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Wait for spring

Why for the H&M? It's young, sweet, simple, sexy but tasteful.
Any woman would like to dress less ready for the warm weather.
Adding little details will complete the look for less.

Monday, December 13, 2010

Where is my mind?

Concepts for headwear.
Any of these could be worked out to easy wearable headwear.
They are funky and playfull.
They are suitable for the more daring and fashionable H&M crowd.

Monday, December 6, 2010

Sweetness, I was only joking

Legs, legs, legs.
What would we do without them.

They are soft. They are long.
Sometimes pointy. Sometimes oval.
Sweetness, with a little edge.

Shorts with button detail

Little socks.

Leg jewelry

A fewel, a jewel for the feet.

Shoe with stud detail


Wednesday, November 24, 2010

All tied up

Struggeling with your fashion morals?
Feel like you need some protection from all the hassle?
Protect yourself, become your own army and fight for your fashion morals.

Choker harnass

Leg chain

Tuesday, November 23, 2010


H&M who doesn't wear it?
I asked 14 persons if they were wearing H&M and what.

from left to right, top to bottem.

1. undershirt, underpants
2. coat
3. coat
4. sweater
5. skirt
6. -
7. dress
8. scarf, shirt
9. tights, dress
10. undershirt
11. undershirt
12. underwear, tights, dresss, coat
13. pants

Pretty funny to see that out of 13 people there is just one person not wearing H&M.

I interviewed sara, who was wearing most H&M garment.

Second I interviewed Reinier, who wasn't wearing anything from the H&M.

Video for Reinier will be here later I met my weekly upload quota.
sorry for that.

Well, well, what do you think?

I do agree with Reinier about the clothes from the H&M being a one time thing.
You can't buy a lot of clothes there that will be wearable a long time.
Even tough Sara mentioned that if it would be made better it would probably be more expensive.
This I think is ambiguous about trying to change the H&M.
How to find the balance between good clothes and small prices.

Another thing that Reinier mentioned was the t-shirts that are very ill fitting on him.
I've bumped into the same problem some times. Not with t-shirts but with dresses.
It might be an idea for the H&M to make different body type clothes as an addition to the regular sizes.
Because none of us really have a 'normal' body do we?

Funny note that they both mentioned Zara as they're second go to shop.