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This fashion video focuses on the new lines coming out by H&M for 2009 Fall/Winter season.
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Veronica: H&M is where you can find something to wear for every occasion. Hi! I am Veronica with WatchMojo.com, and today we are going to look at what you should be wearing this season. What does H&M have in store for us this season?
Laura Shankland: For fall, in terms of change you'll see there is a lot of sporty influences there, so you'll see that in terms of the fabrics and in the details. There is also a very big art influence. The art scene from both the past and the present, in terms of prints and colors, just the whole look.
We have a lot of organic cotton. There is a very big sort of equal and environmentally conscious theme, and then there is also a more decadent theme in there as well.
Veronica: What's a great way to accessorize?
Laura Shankland: Accessorizing is a great way to sort of stamp your personal style in a look. For fall, you'll see lots of great scarfs of layering, whether that be scarf just for indoors, or more and more outdoor scarfs. Great bags, great shoes.
Statement jewelry is still very big for fall, so I would say if you have to buy something accessory wise, buy a great statement necklace.
Veronica: If you had to splurge on one item this season, what would it be?
Laura Shankland: It would have to be a great fall coat, because it's such an investment piece, and you wear it so much. I have my eye on one particular coat; it is not in store yet, but it's coming in soon, and I think it's a great way to just update your look.
Veronica: And what item should he splurge on?
Laura Shankland: I think always a great sharp suit really works well. Plus, it's versatile. You can wear the jacket with jeans and t-shirt and make it more casual, or men's modern classic collection is beautifully tailored, and it looks great.