What to buy from H&M new in, according to the heat style team

H&M is looking so great right now 🙌🏻


by Aimee Jakes |
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H&M is having a moment and you need to take a hard-earned minute out of your day to bask in all of the brilliance.

We're talking a delicious buffet of easy-going basics, mood-boosting knitwear and the snuggliest coats to ever exist on the internet. No, really! They've got your wardrobe rejuzz, sorted.

If you're wondering which hero pieces will carry you through this season, fear not, as the heat style team has got the intel on what deserves a spot in your shopping basket...


What to buy from H&M new in, according to the heat Style Team

Rib-knit half-zip jumper1 of 10

Rib-knit half-zip jumper

Chosen by style writer Phoebe Denman@phoeberosestyle

Striped jumpers are really on-trend at the moment, and I’m obsessed with the oversized fit on this one. It’s a real wardrobe classic!

Tie-belt blazer dress2 of 10

Tie-belt blazer dress

Chosen by shopping Editor Aimee Jakes @a1meejakes

My dream blazer dress is one that cinches me in at the waist, but still looks androgynous and I've found it. It's the easy throw-on for last-minute plans when you need to look as though you've made an effort.

Flared sequined leggings3 of 10

Flared sequined leggings

Chosen by SEO Content Strategist Cheska Hardie @cheska_hardie

The perfect piece to elevate your new year’s eve outfit. Subtly sparkly (and definitely not OTT), I love how these are super comfortable and very versatile. Pair with either a blazer and crop top for sophisticated elegance or with a fluffy jumper for a cosy, yet glitzy number.

Oversized jacket4 of 10

Oversized jacket

Chosen by commercial content writer Emma Richardson @emmariichardson

Because who doesn’t love a trusty oversized blazer? It’s the ultimate jacket if you want to add a touch of sophistication to your everyday look. I usually pair it with a thick jumper and a cosy scarf during the colder months, but could also be worn as a light jacket once the weather starts getting warmer in spring.

Patterned puffer jacket5 of 10

Patterned puffer jacket

Chosen by senior commercial content writer Marina Avraam @marinaavraam

For a twist on the classic black puffer, we’re grabbing this Coca-Cola printed jacket which exudes ultimate cool-girl vibes. Perfect for any upcoming ski trips or a chalet getaway with the girls. Oh - and it’s just under £50. Obsessed.

Tie-belt blazer dress6 of 10

Tie-belt blazer dress

Chosen by Lifestyle Commercial Content Editor Jade Moscrop @jademoscrop

I LOVE a good cosy jumper and H&M is my go-to for affordable knits. This oversized sage green rib knit will be perfect for winter walks over the festive season or lounging around the house after one too many mince pies.

Dress with a bow7 of 10

Dress with a bow

Chosen by deputy editor Eden-Olivia Lord @eden_liv_lord

I am obsessed with this red dress, it’s so cute! It’s giving me festive but fun vibes and the bow on the back? Love it. All for less than £30? Sign me up.

Enola Small Table Lamp8 of 10

Enola Small Table Lamp

Chosen by group managing editor George Terry @hellogeorgeterry

This table lamp is giving me serious 1970s Bond villain's lair in the Swiss Alps vibes. Totally a thing, totally in my basket.

Sequined trousers9 of 10

Sequined trousers

Chosen by style writer Emma Hawkins@emmahawkinss

Usually, you wouldn’t catch me wearing colour, but if there’s one shade that’s converted me this year, it’s pink – especially when worn head-to-toe. Taking style tips from Zendaya, and the tonal pink look she wore to Valentino’s autumn/winter show, I’ll be mixing and matching these flared sequin trousers with a fuchsia blouse and matching court heels.

Regular Fit Velvet shirt10 of 10

Regular Fit Velvet shirt

Chosen by senior style writer Scott Wells @scottayyy

Black is one of my absolute go-to colours to wear (thank you Wednesday Adams for making this a trend again). Not only is it flattering but it immediately makes any outfit look smart. This velvet shirt from H&M is a perfect example of how changing the fabric of a basic wardrobe essential can give it a touch of extra – and we all need a bit of extra on our outfits.

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