After exploring Old Town in Stockholm (read my blog post about it here), we headed back to Norrmalmstorg for our meeting with Ann-Sofie Johansson–H&M’s Head of Design Development, Andreas Löwenstam–H&M’s Head of Menswear Design and Margareta Van Den Bosch–H&M’s Creative Director. This was the perfect opportunity to look my absolute best–clad in H&M, of course!
After our meeting, we went straight to H&M Man for some shopping! The shops close as early as 7pm so I took outfit photos for the blog real quick (thanks to H&M Philippines’ PR Manager Dan Mejia for taking them) and did some serious damage! Haha good thing the H&M Man store is just across our hotel!
When I saw this grid blazer and sweater on the racks of H&M, I knew I just had to get them both–and wear them together! I believe this is the male counterpart of the womenswear’s popular trend, “print on print.” But with menswear, everything has to be subtle. I find this kind of print better than the tiny checkered ones because you’ll notice them from afar and they won’t make you dizzy just by looking at it, especially in photos! Ahhh, if I could just wear sweaters and blazers everyday!