We’re now several years deep into the Track Pant Era, which means we thankfully won’t need to waste our breath here trying to convince you that the best track pants are actually worth your time and money. By this point, you should be well aware of their inherent value: they’re as comfortable as your pajamas, as versatile as your jeans and chinos, and deliver a playful, carefree attitude that’s tough to beat. And these days, there are more kinds of track pants available to you than ever before. Throwback pairs that look right out of a 1977 sports documentary. Cyberpunk-y pairs that look like they’re here to terminate John Connor. Dressy ones you could wear to work, fancy ones you could wear to a ball, and low-key ones that are just right for a weekend spent planted on the couch. Whether you’re looking to pair some with a matching
Even if your clothing budget only allows for one new item the whole summer, I want to help make sure your purchase is the best one you could possibly find. And, of course, if you’re lucky enough to be able to invest in multiple pieces for the new season, I’ve got you covered there too. After predicting Nordstrom’s next big hits last month, I’ve now set my sights on H&M since I know our readers love to shop there too.
It can be overwhelming sifting through a retailer’s vast selection. Right now, H&M has 1014 dresses, 893 tops, and 204 shorts in stock. But you don’t have to look through all of them, because I just narrowed down the pieces I believe will become top sellers. With seven years of fashion-editor experience under my belt, it’s safe to say I know the makings of a big hit. Scroll
Sure, we all love black—it’s the easiest shade on the color wheel to wear, right? As it turns out, brown is just as versatile, plus it’s a lot less predictable. And it’s both a classic color and has been a trend for the past several seasons, meaning that brown is, in fact, the new black (sorry, had to).
When paired with a variety of other hues, brown looks surprisingly sophisticated, making it a great replacement for your standard-issue black. It feels rich and luxurious with these complementary colors, and what more could you ask for in a fall wardrobe color palette? That said, brown is notoriously polarizing. Many consider it to be an “ugly” color. But hear us out and give it a chance. It feels surprisingly fresh this season in particular, and it’s an unexpected departure from other more beloved neutrals.
Intrigued as to which shades work best