This year I discovered the cuteness of H&M’s children’s clothing. While there looking for my girl’s clothes I ended up purchasing just as many pieces for my fall wardrobe. I hadn’t shopped there in quite a while, but I did all of my shopping online knowing I may have to return a few items.
Many of the pieces I got are what I would consider Fall basics.
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Off the Shoulder Sweater, Balloon Sleeve Sweater, Basic Sweater, Moto Cardigan Hoodie, Circle Skirt, Pleated Plaid Skirt, Crepe Tee, Basic Long Tee, Flannel Buffalo Check Shirt, Green Plaid Shirt, Over the Knee Boots, Black Pointed Toe Flats
Flannel Red Buffalo Check Shirt:
This super soft flannel in the ever-popular buffalo check print is perfect for layering with a puffer vest or looks great all by itself. I love the longer length in the back, allowing you to pair it with leggings.
The Circle Skirt:
This skirt is such a great shape for accentuating your waist. It looks best with fitted or tucked in shirts. The ribbed texture adds a fun element to this basic piece. I ended up returning this item because the size wasn’t right, but I may order it again in a smaller size because it is such a great basic piece that pairs so well with so many things.
Buffalo Check Flannel, Circle Skirt, Marc Jacobs Empire City Tote, Over the Knee Boots, Black Opaque Tights, Beret, Cat Eye Sunglasses
The Crepe Tee:
This may look like your basic white tee, but the crepe style fabric elevates to be much more dressy than your average tee. The U-shaped hemline looks great with just a front tuck or keeps a loose and flowy look untucked. Pair it with gold jewelry for a classic but understated look.
Crepe Tee, High Waist Skinny Jean, Plaid Scarf, Camel Mules, Blush Stone Earrings, Trench Coat
The Moto Cardigan Sweatshirt:
This hoodie is the perfect mix of casual and cool. The moto stitching on the arms and asymmetrical zipper make it seem effortlessly chic. This one looks amazing with plain or faux leather leggings and is the perfect length to achieve that oversized slouchy fall look.
The Oversized Classic Tee:
This T-shirt I purchased to pair with leggings. The length is perfect to cover up a little and the rolled sleeve is a fun detail too. For this item, I would size down one or two sizes and you’ll still achieve the oversized look.
Moto Cardigan Hoodie, Spanx Faux Leather Leggings, Adidas Sneakers, Baseball Cap, Long White Tee
Green Plaid Shirt:
This plaid is a thinner cotton material which I love for putting under a simple sweater for the perfect preppy fall look. It also looks good half tucked in the front for a more casual look.
Green Plaid Shirt, Destroyed Skinny Jeans, Puffer Vest, Hunter Boots, Baseball Cap
Balloon Sleeve Sweater:
The mock neck and balloon sleeves of this sweater update its simple silhouette for this fall. And the boxy shape makes this one perfect half tucked also.
The Pleated Plaid Skirt:
Channel your inner Cher from Clueless in this plaid pleated skirt. To keep it more subdued I went with this subtle gray plaid (yellow plaid is not in my comfort zone!) I can’t wait to pair this with some opaque tights and a slouchy sweater to keep it casual or a fitted blouse for a bit more dressed up look. In fact, just writing this inspired me… I think I’ll wear this today!
Balloon Sleeve Sweater, Pleated Plaid Skirt, Over the Knee Boot, Newsboy Cap, Marc Jacobs Crossbody Bag
Off the Shoulder Sweater:
This is my absolute favorite item I got from H&M this Fall. It’s cozy, slouchy, and feminine, the perfect combo for a sweater. It looks amazing paired with so many things. I love it with the Spanx Faux leather leggings I got from the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale. It would also be amazing with some high waisted jeans or the H&M Black Circle Skirt.
Off the Shoulder Sweater, Spanx Faux Leather Leggings, Black Flats, Wool Fedora, Marc Jacobs Cross Body Bag, Bralette,
Basic Layering Sweater:
This basic sweater is the perfect thin knit for layering over a plaid shirt (like the green one above) but I’ve also worn it on its own with destroyed denim and Hunter boots for a more casual look. (It’s no longer available in the beige melange that I purchased, but black is always a great choice.)
Black Basic Sweater, Tomgirl Jeans, Adidas Sneakers, Baseball Cap, Gray Vest
Strappy Black Flat:
I had been looking for a pointed toe black flat to replace the previous pair that I wore until the leather was shredded and peeling off of the sides, heel, and toe. This fun style fit the bill perfectly and the asymmetrical strap adds a fun twist. These are perfect paired with so many outfits as you can see them in a few style boards above.
Over the Knee Boot:
This Over the Knee boot was a style I was excited to try. They fit perfectly and looked so chic with jeans and skirts. They add that cool-girl polish to an otherwise casual outfit. For me though, I just felt like I couldn’t be comfortable wearing them. Most of my outfits have to work to wear outside with the kiddos or for our errands, and I just couldn’t see myself in these at Pre-school drop off. But for those of you more daring than me, they are so cute!
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