I like H&M clothes, because you can find anything for allmost no money. It's i great place to buy basis clothes, because its so cheap. Some of the clothes doesn't fit that well, because of the quality, but there really are some of it, that just fits perfect and look great.The underwear is also just great, and looks good! I own a lot of H&M clothes, most underwear, and i am going to continue to purchase it.
I like H&M, and I'm trying to get my girlfriends to stop criticizing the brand, which is ironic because they still buy crap from Forever21, which I think has even lower quality clothes and styles. I've bought several dress shirts and sweaters and tons of accessories from H&M and the accessories are actually what I love most about the store. They are a guilt-free purchase especially for someone who tends to lose things as soon as she wears them. I agree that the quality and the "craftsmenship" is not excellent, but this is just H&M here, not some couture line cut them some slack. It's great when you want to buy that cute top but are afraid that it will go out of style so you don't want to spend $200 on it so why not buy something similar at H&M for under $50? I've gotten compliments on the cute sweaters, (it was 100% btw) and since I bought it a couple years ago before a billion H&M stores started springing up on every corner, nobody knows where I got mine. You just have to choose the right items, some are pretty crappy, with threads hanging loose, and collars all crooked but you will find a few great basic pieces to mix and match with your higher end stuff (ie: $30 H&M sweater with your $300 pencil jeans, hair pulled back with a $2 H&M headband, and your wrist topped off with your fave designer watch) and you'll have a well put together outfit. Same goes with the stores themsevles. Some stores are immaculate, has tons of sizes and great customer service, meanwhile other stores are a mess with clothes strewn EVERYWHERE and have too much floor space so you're pretty much lost without a map. Overall, I like H&M but I predict that if anymore stores open up, it will definetely lose its appeal.
Whatever the most trendy, you'll find one piece or two at H&M, but better not wash it, and be prepared to throw it away after one season, coz frankly the quality is one of the worst among high street stores. However, I'll keep on purchasing it.
On a UK holiday recently, I was loving shopping in H&M.
Stylish clothes, at affordable prices.
My big complaint with H&M and in fact most stores in the UK is the sour unhelpful service. That country sure could learn a thing or to about customer service.
H & M is a great store. Its cheap and the style is great. I recently purchased a great little blazer for less than 100$ which was awesome. I was going nuts when I saw the price tag and getting countless compliments once I got a chance to wear it out. Very european style, which I enjoy personally. If you havent been there I suggest it for sure.
H and M is great. Was traveling in Europe and discovered this amazing store. Everything was dirt cheap compared to the states and as long as you are not obsessed with labels then head in next time to see one.
I definitely can't complain on the prices! What you pay is what you get. More cheap prices!!! Go go H&M! However, I bought a cotton tank top, and it shrunk after 2 washes! =D
Ok I'm in Canada and I dont like H&M here at all. Things are not cheap. shirt or sweater are $40+ canadian. AND they never have my size!!!!!!!!!!!! I will fit euro size 2, or us sz 0 or smaller. Not to mention the quality is blah~ Threads runs, scratchy thin materials, knit sweater pulls, asyemmetric sleeves, Other ppl are rating they are trendy?? o no, pls ... that's a complete joke. I see a bunch of out dated stuff. H&M is a slow follower. atleast in canada.
Love going to H&M and picking up cheap nice clothes. However the only problem is you walk down the high street wearing that new H&M top, only to find that about 20 other people have the same one! H&M used to be cheaper as well.. i find the prices creeping up and up..
H&M use to be better. Better quality and better looking clothes. Not to mention they became more expensive! They followed the fashion trend, but I don't think they have their own brand style at all.