The best thing about the Garden Collection by H&M aren't the colorful floral patterns and romantic looks inspired by 70s hippie chic floral-power, chlorophyll-green gardens, and landscapes, but the fact that all garments have been produced using sustainable materials. Some of these sustainable materials include organic cotton and organic linen that have been grown without harmful chemicals, recycled polyester made from textile waste and PET-bottles, and tencel which is a silky, renewable material produced with a minimal environmental impact. The fashion industry uses a lot of hazardous chemicals to produce textiles. Since H&M is a worldwide clothing company with 2,000 stores around the world it is really their duty to eco-friendly clothes.
The amazing Natasha Polly is the face of the campaign. Doesn't she look gorgeous?
Here's a little video featuring Natasha Polly:
And here's my Saturday Outfit from H&M's Garden Collection. What do you think?
Overall, the Garden Collection is glamorous, exotic, romantic, and even a bit abstract which can update and rejuvenate your wardrobe.
What do you think? Which are your favorite pieces?
-The Trendy Fashionista