H&M Is Currently a Gold Mine of Spring 2020 Trends—Here's What to Buy

Maybe it's a testament to my willpower, but when it comes to shopping, I like to do it on a once-a-season basis. Limiting myself is the surest trick I've found for preventing any overspending or falling victim to the pitfall of buying into too many trends. And lucky for my shopping itch, a new season is finally on its way in.

Like any millennial on a budget, one of my first stops is always H&M. The only thing better than its easy return policy is its consistent array of trend-forward collections. From the shackets I've been seeing all of my Instagram feed to fun takes on this season's top shoe trends, it's a one-stop-shop for stocking up on everything my spring 2020 wardrobe is in need of. To help you navigate H&M's gold mine of a new arrivals section, I'm taking you with me on my latest shopping spree…

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Contributing Editor

Ray Lowe is a contributing editor for Who What Wear. She's spent the last decade living in New York, but now that she professionally works from home, she's slowly been going back to her roots by splitting time between NYC and L.A. A year ago, she left a four-year stint as a fashion editor for Refinery29 to explore the freelance life. Nowadays, she does just about everything from penning online articles (for Who What Wear, Refinery29, Elle, Cosmo, and many more) to writing scripts, styling, and finding ways to fuse her love for both Disney and fashion. Her main beat is fashion (trends, emerging brands, affordable finds, you name it), but you may find her dropping in with a beauty story every now and then. As for her personal style, she'd best describe it as a balanced blend of basics and contemporary trends, often with a dash of Mickey Mouse thrown in for good measure. In her spare time, she can be found coddling my pets (a French bulldog and a rescue cat), curating travel itineraries for her friends, scrolling through Instagram for up-and-coming brands, and watching so-bad-they're-good films.