If you don’t want to read any more fawning over H&M then you’d better look away now.
I’ve blogged about them twice within the last ten days, and I’m about to do it again. One of H&M’s most highly awaited drops in store is their annual All for Children range, a fancy dress type range from which 25% of the profits go to UNICEF. 2013’s line was all about Marie-Antoinette and the French Revolution, and this year it’s all about woodland creatures.
it’s FAR less fancy dress than last year’s range. every item, although still fantastical and whimsical, is eminently more wearable. featuring animal ears and fur linings, with metallic accents and prints of animals, it’s an adorable range that is available for all kids, both big and little.
these images are taken from the h&m website – it appears that the baby range will only be available online, whereas the bits for older kids will be available in store. apparently it’s all out on 30th October, so cutting it a bit fine for halloween. but these bits are FAR too nice to be worn once for trick or treating, these deserve regular outings!
i LOVE the grey and metallic leggings, and also the metallic chameleon bag, they’ll both go perfectly with coco’s new grey h&m dress and metallic hi tops (as modelled last week). and there are some great pieces for boys, they too often get forgotten (i’ll admit i’m guilty of this too!) – i’d be getting Otis the green bug top with the green metallic trousers.
here’s a sample of what you can expect to see – or not! it’ll probably fly out the doors….
at the end of the day, it’s also a great initiative to support – it’s proper feel good fashion. have a look on the h&m website for more information on their sustainable projects in communities around the world.
which items are you lusting after? how does this measure up against last year’s range? and which items do you wish they were making in adult sizes?!? (i’m personally lusting after the owl poncho, and i might just get myself the chameleon bag anyway!)