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Off the Rack: H&M February Highlights


See what's new at my H&M store

Here are a few highlights from a recent trip to H&M, just to showcase some of the top trends hitting stores for spring. If you haven't given in and bought some floral print pants or jeans - make this the time to do it! Floral bottoms are everywhere and there's a cut and a print that will work for you, I promise. Other must-haves that are back for yet another season include brights, peplum, statement necklaces, pastels, polka-dots and leopard print. I'm happy to see so many of last season's trends return because it takes me a while to get used to seeing certain things and it takes me even longer to figure out how to make them work for me!

So, what did I buy? During this trip, I picked up three pairs of H&M Mama maternity jeans for $10 a pop - they are life-changing! You can see me wearing my H&M Mama jeans and black t-shirt here. Thanks to all the readers who recommended H&M denim for this mama-to-be.

Also, if you're heading to H&M this weekend, all denim for women, men and kids is 25% off. Prices for women start at just $24.95. Click here to view the latest denim looks at hm.com.

What are you most excited to see come back (or crop up anew) for spring?
Spring trends at H&M

Affordable spring fashion trends

Bright florals are hot for spring

Pastels and brights are equally chic this spring

H&M has affordable accessories to make any outfit pop













Photos by TheBudgetBabe.com
Comments
i love everything, especially those floral pants! i'm so happy that they FINALLY opened an h&m close to me, lol. now i don't have to drive to orlando or tampa just to shop there.
#1 Niki (Homepage) on 2013-02-22 13:47 (Reply)
Love the black blazer and floral skirt. Ooh and I definitely need booties!
#2 Lauren on 2013-02-23 15:23 (Reply)
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