I browsed TFS,there are pics of celebrities and models wearing the collection. Thank the internet for that. If an item doesn't look even half good on people who have stylists and are all made up for the venue, it's not worth it.
I scrutinize once more the lookbooks. I realize I may have a problem: I like the men's stuff way much more... That camel coat for instance... Wish I could pull it off like Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker.
All their shoes look fantastic! Why didn't they produce smaller sizes???
From the start, the peacoat has been my favorite piece but it's expensive and I'm doubtful it would work on me. After the Isabel Marant David coat disaster, I'm wary of this kind of oversized shape.
After a google search, my "fears" are confirmed...
It's the kind of coat which, like the Isabel Marant David, looks great on tall, thin people or who are wearing very very high heels. Not for me. I'll pass.
I've narrowed down my selection to:
The white sneakers: a classic... But even if La Garçonne's ed with the replica 22 is amazing, I'm not utterly comfortable with white shoes. But the good thing about h&m is their generous return policy so it could be a calculated risk with a positive outcome or else back to the store.
And that's it.
As for the rest of the collection, I don't need more jackets, I barely wear dresses, and anyway for the most part, I would have issues wearing it on a daily basis or even making it work with the rest of my clothes.
(pics:hm.com, 5inch up, la gaçonne)