Pop art fashion is the following concentration of H&M, this time coming up with the super sassy H&M Gallery Girl spring 2014 lookbook, which is a lot more than just a new array of options presented for the spring season. The most diverse, yet the most flabbergasting pieces have found their places here, coming presented with sequins, colorful pattern solutions, classy shapes and combos, and a very interestingly picked color palette, mainly including some electric shades. The overall artistic representations form the following catchy aspect of the line.
We may start out scrutiny of the H&M Gallery Girl spring 2014 lookbook with the long-sleeved colorful dress, introduced with a simple scoop neckline, long sleeves and some abstracted painted prints. The combination of the sparkling cropped top and the black shorts catches our attention right after. The interesting combo of the fluttery black top and the tea length tube skirt forms the next catchy duo of options.
Classics come further, as we see the combination of the black jacket, the black pants, and the white shirt. The combos including some semi-transparent jackets with proportions of sequined glitter are also worth mentioning. Later, we can’t but also talk about the duo of the glittery tube skirt with the craziest iridescence ever, matched with a classic white top with elbow-cut sleeves.
Also, we should talk about the pair of the yellow skirt designed with a flare shape and cut on the mini level and the colorful top again coming with the painted patterns we saw the opening dress with. The bow ties that secure its cut on the back are the most creative and totally chic solution the designers could opt for.
So once more H&M has its say loud enough, coming with the next utterly unique and creative range of interpretations, capable of securing the totally stunning and great looks of yours, and also securing the comfort and the femininity all the time.
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