The H&M x Anna Glover collab is basically Spring in a capsule

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  • If you didn’t get your hands on the H&M x Erdem collaboration, I feel for you, I really do. However, there is light at the end of the tunnel in the form of their new limited edition collection, designer by Anna Glover.

    If Spring came in the form of clothes, it would basically look like this H&M collection: a range of gorgeous clothes covered in colourful floral and botanical-based prints by the London-based award-winning designer, who usually specialises in bespoke wallpaper, textiles and digital surface design.

    Having had a little preview of the collection (which launches 12th of April, so be patient), I can tell you it’s as flattering as it gets. Think flowy silhouettes with wide sleeves, floaty midi skirts and a jumpsuit floral purple jumpsuit that’s all you need to transition into the new season.

    If you’re open to investing in a few pieces (though with prices starting at £12.99, you won’t need much convincing), then I suggest you have fun with your look and mix and match the different hues and prints, which go from pastel yellow to vivid purple and monochrome. The collection lends itself to this really well, though of course you can go for the head-to-toe look too.

    Anna Glover

    As the clothes are statements in themselves, make sure you keep the rest of your outfit paired back, favouring muted accessories and minimal jewellery.

    The collection launches on 12th April, so elbows at the ready, because this one is sure to be a sell-out.

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