H&M seems to be spreading fun this summer by launching numerous collections, which simply scream versatility – the most positive thing in fashion. The latest addition to H&M’s summer collections is the H&M WaterAid collection for summer 2011, a fabulous beachwear collection, 25% of the sales of which will go to the poorest communities in the world, devoid of clean water.
WaterAid is an international organization, which helps poor communities get access to clean water and improved sanitation. Though this may sound quite incredible to most of you, but there are really lots of people in the world devoid of clean water and H&M tries to aid them somehow with your help. Get something stylish for you from the H&M WaterAid collection for summer 2011 to look both fashionable and to help people in need this way.
The collection brings hot beachwear for women, men and children, where blue tones and breezy fabrics dominate. The items designed for ladies include 2 flirty blue printed two-piece swimsuits, midi dresses, cute shorts which can be matched with a stylish white and blue leaf print details, a cute blue print skirt, a flirty dark blue jumpsuit, a cute playsuit as well as other necessary summer accessories.
The price range for all the items in the collection is from $12.95 for a cute pair of espadrilles to $49.95 for a nice flirty dress. Examine the bluish H&M WaterAid collection for summer 2011 and pick up something for you, your hubby and kid so that your family will look spectacular and fabulous every single moment at the beach.
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