This year I finally had a big clear out of my wardrobe. My autumn and winter wear wardrobe has been the same for about 3 years now so it was time for a refresh.

I’ve never shopped that often in H&M but this year it has become my favourite shop. The prices are now roughly the same as Primark but the quality is so much better. They have also changed the sizing and it fits so much better. I am consistently a size XS/S or an 8. I haven’t tried their denim but for everything else, I have found the sizing consistent.

This year I have fallen in love with trousers. I barely wear jeans anymore and love having a basic outfit with one statement piece. Both of the trousers are from the GP & J Baker x H&M collection. This whole collection is stunning.

The first pair is this floral patterned cigarette trousers. I absolutely love the colours and how much of a statement they make. They are so comfortable and can be worn day or night. I like to wear a simple white t-shirt with this and my white stan smiths. The white t-shirt is also from this collection but it has now sold out online.

The second pair of trousers is also patterned cigarette trousers. from the same collection. This time in a black and white pattern. I wear these with a black t-shirt, a bomber jacket and black Nike trainers.


Moving on to proper autumnal pieces, I decided to invest in some knitwear. I love jumpers that can be worn with everything; skirts, jeans, leggings, dungarees. It’s such a lazy, easy outfit but so effective. The first jumper is this pink textured knit. I love having a baby pink knit in my wardrobe. I have so many pink pairs of shoes and I love matching them to a basic outfit.


The second jumper is perfect under my dungarees and with a skirt. Again very basic easy outfit but still looks good. I love the colours in this piece and for only £12.99 I’m so impressed with the quality.


The last piece in this haul is a skirt. One of my favourite looks in Autumn is a skirt, tights, Chelsea boots and a long thick jacket. This skirt is part of a co-ord piece but I’ll be pairing this with a black long sleeve top instead.


What trends are you loving this Autumn? Let me know in the comments!


Posted by:everythingevening

I am a 22-year-old, student blogger based in Dundee, Scotland. I focus on Fashion, Travel, Food and Lifestyle all on a student budget. My blog started as I was learning about the city I was in and wanted to share it with other people who may be moving there.

18 replies on “H&M Autumn Haul.

  1. Great post! Funnily enough, I literally went into H&M yesterday to check out the newer stuff and was loving what I saw. Those trousers are so gorgeous! I always love their knitwear, and it washes so well too. I really love that jumper, will need to keep an eye out for it! Thanks for sharing xx


  2. I dont go in H&M that often, should probably go and have a look around after seeing some of these pieces!
    I’m really into trousers and dungaree dresses this year (not together obviously haha)


  3. I honestly don’t like H&M that much at all, but on occasion I do end up finding some great pieces. I actually bought that same skirt (the last one) as you recently and I love it! I also bought a pair of trousers in a similar pattern and they’re great too!
    Really enjoyed reading this post 🙂 Some great finds!


  4. I’m in love with the plaid skirt! I am so for this fall houndstooth trend! Loved this entry. I just found your blog today, and I’m definitely following to keep up with the rest of your content. Looking forward to your future posts! I would love if you could check my site out as well!

    Mena |


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