H&M’s Limited Edition Collection Just Launched And It’s Full Of Glorious Wedding Guest Options

Selling quickly, this collection looks far more expensive than it is.

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by Marina Avraam |
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March is here, which basically means it's spring. Although the current weather forecast doesn't scream blooming flowers, the promise of longer days and summer holidays is the only thing keeping us above water. As is the thought of swapping out our winter wardrobe for summer - and - if you're looking to diversify your summer wardrobe ahead of time, H&M's latest collection will certainly help.

H&M is proud to announce their Limited Edition SS24 collection, taking inspiration from the beauty of the natural world and offering the perfect wardrobe for celebration season. The Limited Edition collection will launch in stores and online on 7 March.

Known for stand-out collections and designer collabs which sell out in minutes, H&M's brand new launch is filled with high-street pieces that look designer, minus the hefty price-tag. The limited-edition collection features summer occasion-wear pieces you can wear on holiday, for special events (wedding season is looming) or even in your back garden with a glass of wine.

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Choosing our favourite pieces is the equivalent of asking about a favourite child - we truly love them all - but the all-white trouser suit, the very haute couture-esque voluminous maxi (drawing inspiration from Giambattista Valli) as well as the jacquard wave floor-length maxi dress have certainly earned their place in our shopping basket.

Apart from a generous selection of elegant occasion pieces, the collection also brings with it wonderful accessories, to include pleated rose scarves, dewdrop earrings and strappy sandals.

Already selling out, shop the H&M limited-edition collection below.

Shop: H&M Limited Edition Collection

hm dress
Price: £54.99


Whether dressed up with heels, gold jewellery and an oversized clutch for a wedding or worn with flat sandals on holiday, this dress will prove to be an extremely hard-working part of your wardrobe.

hm white blazer
Price: £44.99


A truly chic take on the blazer, this jacket will look just as good over formal dresses as it will matching wide leg trousers.

hm wide leg trousers
Price: £37.99


Fluid tailoring is big news for spring/summer this year and these trousers are the easy way to do it. Just add a longline blazer or tuck in a T-shirt if you want to balance out the wide leg silhouette.

hm kaftan dress
Price: £74.99


The beauty of the dresses in this collection is that you can throw them on and go, while still looking as though you've made a big effort. This kaftan-style midi is available in two colours – pale pink and vibrant yellow – and will be a life saver for any dressed-up occasions this year.

hm yellow dress
Price: £44.99


In vibrant yellow or pale green, this glorious pleated dress will take you from work (add a belt to make it feel more structured) to the weekend without any fuss.

hm pink dress
Price: £89.99


Corsages are enjoying a renaissance – and this dress has one in-built. The ideal wedding guest dress or just something lovely to wear on long summer nights.

These oversized earrings look far more expensive than £9.99 and will make any outfit, no matter how understated, instantly more polished.

hm sandals
Price: £19.99


Exactly the sandals you'll want to wear with any of the billowy dresses from this collection. They're basically all you'll need for your next holiday.

brocade jacket h&m
Price: £44.99


With the matching brocade skirt, this is a pretty co-ord that you could wear anywhere. The jacket is also the ideal length and shape to wear with a pair of high-waisted, wide-leg trousers. An easy way to inject some colour into workwear.

hm brocade skirt
Price: £54.99


Team with white shirts or vest tops when the weather is (finally) warmer for an easy, chic summer outfit.

hm necklace
Price: £18.99


Add to simple blouses and jeans for a no-faff way of dressing up. You could also layer under shirt collars to make smart/causal more interesting.

Marina Avraam is the Deputy Commercial Content Editor for Grazia. Hobbies include (but not limited to) finding the best designer dupes, buying every iteration of the adidas gazelles and listening to celeb podcasts every hour of every day.

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