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Eveningwear Trends According to H&M

by VanityForbes
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If you are struggling to curate the ideal evening wardrobe, then H&M are on hand with their conscious eveningwear collection full of updated tailoring classics. From longer length blazers to floral watercolour print shirts, here are the best eveningwear trends according to H&M.


THE FLORAL BROOCH

Wearing all the elements of a black-tie is a safe way to get past the dress code. However, when you start to experiment with the details, your outfit will come alive—moving from a dress code to a fashion-forward look. For H&M, this detail comes in the form of a floral brooch. The pale pastel colour contrasts against the black double-breasted blazer and replaces the need to wear a bow tie.

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THE LONG LENGTH DOUBLE-BREASTED BLAZER

The double-breasted blazer is updated in a longer length silhouette falling just above the thigh area. Having extra fabric changes the attitude of the sartorial fit nodding to 70’s tailoring. 

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THE PRINTED SHIRT

The printed shirt is a worthy alternative to the standard white shirt during the party season. You can wear it alone, without a blazer, pairing it with your favourite tailored trousers or denim. The watercolour floral design gives the shirt a romantic feel and is printed on a silk blend base. While the shirt is a formidable look on its own, you can style it under a single-breasted blazer.

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THE SINGLE-BREASTED BLAZER

An alternative to the double-breasted blazer is the single-breasted blazer which shares the longer length cut with a distinctive cotton twill texture.

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RELAXED TROUSERS

These relaxed trousers are part of the twill suit and share the same texture and silhouette. To complement the longer shape of the blazer, the trousers have a wider fit with a slightly high waist.

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THE TUXEDO SHIRT

Swap the printed shirt for the classic winged tip collared tuxedo shirt. Pair with their silk blend bow tie. While it is tempting to go for a pre-tied bow, you get extra points for learning to tie the perfect bow. At the end of the night, you can loosen the bow and channel your inner James Bond.

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Will you be picking up any eveningwear pieces from H&M?

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