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H&M for Water Complete Lookbook

Later this month, you'll be able to shop a resort wear collection at H&M stores with 25% of the proceeds going to support WaterAid, an organization which helps provide clean water and sanitation to some of the world's poorest areas. Dubbed H&M for Water, the Hawaiian-inspired line boasts fashionable attire for the entire family, from palm-print skirts and dresses to retro swimwear and an amazing range of accessories, like bandanas and see-through beach bags. For gents, you can pick up printed shorts, sunglasses and sandals. What's more, the H&M for Water collection includes garments made of organic cotton and other sustainable materials, something that H&M seems genuinely committed to incorporating into more and more of their products. I absolutely love the prints in this collection, which conjure up images of vintage Hawaiian travel posters and postcards, and pin-up pretty girls sunning themselves in flirty one-piece bandeaus. Shop H&M for Water beginning May 31st in about 200 stores worldwide.

Click through to see the entire lookbook (very photo heavy, FYI). Which pieces do you like?

Photos courtesy of H&M
The bralette set you featured in the first photo is very cute and the high-waist makes it tummy friendly hehe
#1 MizzJ (Homepage) on 2012-05-21 19:36 (Reply)
this reminds me of The Jungle Book :-)

the sleeveless floral dress is beautiful..
#2 cg on 2012-05-21 20:03 (Reply)
I love some of these pieces and some they make me want to take a vacation...xoxoxo :-)
#3 Berty Morales (Homepage) on 2012-05-22 14:48 (Reply)
I love the sunglasses. #Fab! We love your blog at
#4 Rashidah (Homepage) on 2012-05-22 16:40 (Reply)
So cute. I love the swim suits. I wish there was an H&M here (Nashville).
#5 Amy on 2012-05-23 20:37 (Reply)
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