Just in time for you to start planning your spring wardrobe, H&M have revealed The Garden Collection, a series of romantic, flirty garments made using organic and recycled materials.
Inspired by green gardens and sundrenched landscapes, the floral-heavy collection was produced using sustainable materials including recycled PET bottles and textile waste. Several of the dresses combine painterly, watercolor prints with loose, summery silhouettes and are made from recycled polyester or organic cotton.
As well as dresses, and tops, the full collection includes outerwear, denim, accessories and footwear. From frilly scarves to wooden bracelets to floral ballet flats, just by wearing the hippie-chic collection, you’ll be helping the environment, one small step at a time.
Prices range from $2.95 for a floral scrunchie to $59.95 for a beige anorak or cherry red cropped jacket. The Garden Collection will available from H&M stores in March 2010.
Credit: The Garden Collection by H&M [H&M]