Versace for H&M Haul

This Saturday morning, I didn’t sleep in and eat breakfast in my pyjamas while watching re-runs of my favourite reality shows. Instead, I woke up at 5 a.m. in hopes of scoring some covetable pieces from Versace’s diffusion line for H&M.

As per usual, I tend to go a little overboard, and walked out with a couple bags filled with goodies for myself, a couple Christmas prezzies and pieces for my fashionable little sis.

I had my heart set on the leather jacket, but they were sold out in the first rotation!

I got to the mall a little later, but I met Bobby Raffin who gave up his wristband to view the ladies’ collection for me! I’m so grateful because I got all the pieces I wanted!

Most notably, the panther collar ($69.95).  It looks spectacular in real life with the crystal glaring red eyes and heavy chain mail.  I will feature it in a look soon!

I mostly came to buy the jewellery line, and snatched the medallion bracelet ($39.95) and necklace ($59.95).  The prices were great for these statement pieces.  I’m not certain of the composition or quality, but judging by the sheer weight, they’re definitely worth it!

I picked up this silk skirt ($79.95) which features a punchy print.  The print reminds me of Gianni’s vision of Versace; Miami heat and sex appeal.  I adore the leopard print so much I got the matching scarf ($34.95).

I was hoping to get the leather high-top sneakers for my boyfriend, but the sharks snatched them up! I found one show lying around the store, but someone snatched up the pair when I let my guard down.  Lesson be learned: people go nuts for these diffusion lines! So instead, these leather oxfords are a great price ($99) for classic style.

The mens’ section featured some daring prints that almost rivalled the womens’ section! This shirt ($59.95) with a graphic pattern gives me a headache, but it looks so cool!

How cool was the palm print in blue? I’m wearing the cozy mens’ tee ($24.95) right now.

While I didn’t get the leather jacket or dress, these leggings are close! Although they’re spandex, I love the luxe upgrade with the iconic greek key designs running up the sides. These were a hot item, and nearly every girl got a pair! I think it’s because it was the only piece that everyone could wear.  As I mentioned before, most of the dresses were unflattering and cut weird, so the leggings were a good buy and a way to inject Versace style into your everyday wardrobe.