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H&M Gives College Students Quality & Affordability

  • Feb 20, 2010
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H&M is a college fashionista’s savior. The store has low prices and great quality clothing. Many stores with low price points often sacrifice quality during production to keep the prices low, but H&M keeps the quality well intact. H&M is a one stop kind of shop as well. They offer everything from on-trend pieces to internship interview worthy ensembles. It is nice to know that you can purchase a lower priced trendy item and not have to worry that you may only wear it this season or that you can afford to look professional without breaking the bank. H&M also brings in great designer collaborations. Buying clothes that a high end designer collaborated with H&M on is like eating a big piece of chocolate cake without the calories!

My only complaint would be that I cannot online shop. They have online shops outside of the country, but we have to head to the actual store here in the U.S. I probably wouldn’t mind if I didn’t attend a university that is placed in the middle of nowhere, but I tend to do more online shopping while I’m at school. Fashionista’s at WIU do frequent H&M regularly though. Many students that I take photos of wear pieces from H&M.

Overall, I think it is a great go to store for college students.

Check out www.CollegeFashionista.com for more college fashion advice. 

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February 20, 2010
I'm a H&M fan as well!  I included them as #7 on my Favorite Stores to Shop At list.  I kind of like that they don't sell online in the States because it makes you less likely to clash outfits with someone, but it would be handy if they sold their basics online ;)  Great review, Kayla!
 
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I am a Style Guru for CollegeFashionista.com! On the site, I write about style advice, trend spotting and update our readers on fashion news every week. I take some of the fashionable students from Western … more
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H&M (Hennes & Mauritz AB) was established in Västerås, Sweden in 1947 by Erling Persson. H&M now sell clothes and cosmetics in around 1,700 stores around the world. H&M operates in 33 countries and has 68,000 employees all working to the same philosophy: to bring you fashion and quality at the best price.
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