H&M's Fall 2011 Lookbook Features Leather, Lace, And Lots Of Luxe Looks

Flipping through lookbooks with the knowledge that you can reasonably pick up anything that catches your eye is always a fun activity for us—and that's one of the reasons we love perusing the H&M lookbook each season. And our other morsel of logic on H&M? How expensive their wares appear. Sporting pin-straight violet locks and dark cherry lips, Karlie Kloss looks grown-up and elegant in loose and lean classics, such as a beautiful camel coat and a long, silky, rust-colored dress that look like they'd cost far more than they do. "Most pieces are fashion classics updated with a new silhouette, shape, or simply new styling," H&M Head of Design Ann-Sofie Johansson said. The fabrics are a mix of weather-appropriate threads such as tweed, flannel, corduroy, and cool girl basics such as leather, suede, and lace. And, in true H&M style, the priciest item in the lookbook will retail for $199.

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