H&M just released the lookbook for their new Garden Collection coming this March. Natasha Poly stunningly models the collection's beautiful bohemian and romantic pieces featuring ruffles, nudes, florals, and abstract prints. Right on cue with "green is the new black" this sustainable collection is made out of organic cotton and linen. Other eco-friendly materials used include tencel and recycled polyester from PET bottles and textile waste.
The Garden Collection features a wide range of pieces -everything from flowy floral dresses perfect for beachside picnics to a sexy red ruffle dress for evening wear. While they are on the casual side, many of these fun and sophisticated separates that can also be easily incorporated into your work wardrobe!
Pieces range from $4.95 for a scarf to $19.95 for sundresses. Unlike many organic clothing lines that end up costing an arm and a leg, the most expensive piece in this Garden Collection is $49.95 for a lovely beige anorak.
For more photos from their lookbook and specific prices, check out the Garden Collection here.