H&M Fashion Studio, powered by Looklet

Since I genuinely look like a bum stuffing my face with Haribo Tangfastics while attaching 700 ribbon bits to a jacket (you’ll see what nonsense I’m talking about later) here’s a virtual (H&M) outfit. Well, with longer legs and a different face… Asians all look the same anyway, yeah?

Thank you Jill, you are responsible for the last half hour of no progress, but thanks for that burst of fun.

Sorry to be the missionary of procrastination but take a break, why don’t you.

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  1. I think their legs look a little odd, in a photoshopped way. I have no idea why I even thought of noticing that. Smoked salmon? It’s good. It’s Norwegian!

  2. I cant wait to see what you have to show us I’m sure it”ll be fabolous! I want the bags in both pictures !

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  3. Love the first look! I’d totally wear something like that. Now if only I had a long legs like hers…

    http://flashfashfash.blogspot.com

  4. those outfits are quite fun–i’m really enjoying seeing all the mismatched-matching-ness that’s been occurring lately

  5. haha… it’s like big grrl paper dolls, but better! love the skirt in the second photo :)

    xo

  6. The first look is so great i’m think it will be perfect on you i just love everything about it!!!

  7. Hope the work is going well. I could sooo do with a bag of Haribo Tangfastics right now!

    Bahaha, ‘Asians all look the same’, I’ve heard that too many times! Outfits are aweeesome.

  8. I´ve just discovered this tool. It´s fantastic! i can spend 10 hours styling… It´s dangerous!!
    I love your pictures in streetstylelondon. It seems that everybody loves you :D! Congrats for that!!!
    xx

  9. Ha!!! That is hilarious. I have the same clutch! No, I don’t, I just virtually had the same clutch when I got sucked into the VORTEX that is the H&M Fashion Studio. They are evil, and I bet production in offices will decline by 23%, and students will get a lower average percentage, too, as a result.

    Remember, Shini: just say no.

    I LOVE that second outfit: that mix of patterns. Inspired. Mine was so dull.

    No idea what a Haribo Tangfastic is, but good luck with the 700 ribbons. How many more to you have to go?

    Again, apologies. xox

  10. That is some awesome outfits. Really cool, and i especially liked the first one.

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  11. It is addictive!!!!! ohoohoh funny

  12. Aw man Haribo makes the best candy, have you ever eaten so many sour gummies that you end up with cuts all over your mouth?

    Looking forward to seeing how your ribbon jacket turns out!

  13. I really really love that khaki jacket, the cut looks so good.

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  14. Are you sure that’s not you? Her eyes… er, I mean, personality? is so much like yours.

    (Sometimes, I think my humor doesn’t translate to the internet at all)

  15. I like the first outfit best. I am definitely getting that neckace!

  16. how fun!! i saw that you tweeted about this but forced myself not to open until i took my spanish exam today. now i am really glad i did!

    on the topic of all asians looking alike… one of my professors called me Lucy the other day thinking I was one of the 7 other asian girls in the class. SAD

  17. These outfits are soo you!! love the prints on the 2nd one :P

  18. Cannot wait til h&m gives it on up and opens an online shop! Great looks, go get them and photograph yourself ASAP!!

  19. UGH H&M seriously needs to open up shop online! Lovin’ those trousers!

  20. Julie

    Love that look!!! (And the Haribo too)… how to resist!! Also these looks are practical for the bike! xx

  21. These are awesome! love the spotty socks. Why do i never find such great stuff in H&M? I swear they only put it all in the central London stores! can’t wait to see your jacket project xx

  22. I love love the 2nd outfit and shoes. I NEED a H&M in my country now, seriously! Love your blog and your layout. I have linked you up in my blog, hope it is ok with you, have a nice day!

  23. lovely blog!
    xxx

  24. i hate how I cannot find items featured on their lookbook in stores, an online store would be amazing.

    love the second look you posted, the prints looks so quirky and fun!

  25. I love h&m…i have some clothes from them and i’m really sorry that they don’t hace a store in Romania, because I’m from romania. http://ellyfashiontips.blogspot.com/

  26. I love h&m…i have some clothes from them and i’m really sorry that they don’t hace a store in Romania, because I’m from romania. ellyfashiontips.blogspot.com/

  27. Love the first look.

  28. shit I sould be studying but instead I’m keeping myself busy with this haha =)

  29. haha. this is awesome. exactly the same sort of weird makeover break i had with the topshop makeup website last week. can’t wait to see this jacket. i’m sure you’ve managed to turn a primark-plain-jane jacket into something totally amazing. good luck with it. hope your nearly there. xx

  30. H&M clothes are so different from one country to another…!
    I’m adding you to my blogroll, I love your website!!! =)
    xx

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  31. Nice picks! loving H&M lookbooks!

    helen x

  32. love this..great blog
    xo

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  33. I love using H&M Fashion Studio! It’s a great procrastination tool.

    I’m liking both of those outfits!

    S
    http://notjustmedical.wordpress.com

  34. Hi honey!!

    Nice looks… LOVE IT <3

    xoxo* by Portugal

    http://ivaniadiamond.blogspot.com

    ;)*

  35. Hey cool.
    If you really want the ultimate in procrastination, head over to looklet.com itself, they have a zillion brands like Acne and Odd Molly and stuff. Keep discovering cool new brands everyday.

    Love that ikat print skirt. Would totally buy it.

    http://pasticheproject.blogspot.com

  36. Love the first outfit..so cute!

    True Queen

  37. I totally recognized that Looklet model stance!