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Editor’s Pick: Everything Velvet

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by Johanna Andersson on 23 September, 2018

Let this fall be sugar and spice – and everything velvet. At this time of year we usually start lusting for deeper shades and soft fabrics with lots of luster to contrast all the gray. Velvet is a returning favorite that keeps on giving season after season. Here’s our top picks.

Top and Trousers, H&M Conscious Exclusive. Faux Fur, Hope.
Blouse, Max Mara/Second Hand. Sunglasses, Ace & Tate.

H&M Conscious Exclusive FW18 launches at H&M.se on September 27. The velvet in the collection is made with polyester recycled from a combination of old or used uniforms and textile waste from garment factories.

 

Shop the Velvet Look

1. Velvet Jacket, Story mfg./LN-CC. 2. Tote Bag, Reformation. 3. Velvet Gown, Vivien Ramsay/Kindred Black.

4. Vicky Velvet Melba, Filippa K. 5. Lily Velvet Jacket, Stella McCartney. 6. Houston Bag, Baserange.

7. Dawn Jumpsuit, Arnsdorf. 8. Gaia Dress, Reformation. 9. Velvet Jeans, Story mfg./LN-CC.


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