H&M Clothing, Help.

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  1. ~stangzorized~

    ~stangzorized~ New Member

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    I'm trying to look at some H&M clothing on their website and I can't even find where to buy/look at any clothing except for some kids stuff. It's also just about the slowest website I've ever encountered.. any help here?
     
  2. spooky

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    yeah, i just checked. i get the kid's page. guess they want you to go in and shop :dunno:
     
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    ~stangzorized~ New Member

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    There's definitely not a store here in Oklahoma. There's got to be a place to shop for clothing on there.. I've heard people talk about it on here. Most confusing website evar.
     
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    they dont have a online shop
     
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    ~stangzorized~ New Member

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    shit, anyone know of a place to find some simple, good quality t-shirts to go with my nudies/apcs.. I don't care about the price
     
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    if you're looking for quality and don't care about price, h&m isn't the place to be looking :rofl:

    they make good fitting clothes and the quality is good for the price. but, it's still far from good overall.
     
  7. Baited

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    i don't have anything from there but this girl i know says it's "throw away fashion clothes" or some shit


    maybe she's just a snob/bitchy girl though :dunno:
     
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    its true. most of the stuff just feels cheap when you pick it up.
     
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    i've bought a few things there. i had a nice sweater that was okay, but most of the stuff that i buy from there gets really stretched out after like 2 wears, and never fits the same again. it's kind of annoying.
     
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    H&M:
    Maybe i just got really lucky, but when I was in Europe a couple of years ago, I stocked up on H&M crap. My favorite black t-shirt (which I wear almost religiously) is from there and after probably 50 washes, still holds together well and has not faded one bit. Its still black as can be.

    United Colors of Benetton:
    Stay away. Shit fell apart on me within a few wears. Even though its close to the same pricepoint as the rest, quality really lacks.

    American Apparel:
    AA is notorious for having some quality issues as well, but that's really a hit or miss thing. I have a few shirts from there that have lasted me a while as well. Don't put them in the dryer if you want to keep them the same size :o

    Alternative Apparel:
    I have heard good things about Alternative Apparel, which has a slightly boxier cut than AA, but supposedly fits well and feels great. Thats just second opinion however. They are also a little harder to find

    Uniqlo:
    I'm still undecided on there T's. I have one, and although the fit is completely off for me (sized too big), the feel is pretty good. Lightweight, but not too flimsy or rough. They're also probably the cheapest, so if you don't like it, no biggie. I recently got a letter and a catalog from the NYC SoHo store with information on how to order by phone from them... so, it seems like you could just call in.

    Zara:
    Never tried them, but maybe someone could chime in with something. :dunno:

    Gap/ BR:
    I almost hate to say this, but I love their T's. Soft, hold up well, and are readily available.


    Those are all the cheap stores I could think of... you could always go to a department store and try RL or similar, but I never have so I can't comment on them.
     
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    Zara has great stuff for cheap. and from what ive heard, so does uniqlo, even tho ive never been there
     
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    zara is basically a higher quality version of H&M. Not as cheap obviously, but still decently priced.
     
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    Actually, i have been to a zara ... i forgot that i went to the one in prague. :o

    I just never tried on the T's. :embd:

    The rest of their stuff is decent. :dunno:
     
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    H&M prices are cheap. Basically, if you only wear their stuff a couple times, it's worth the price. The first time I actually bought anything H&M was in NYC, a pair of shorts and some button-up tops. I bought a blazer for like $50 when I got back to LA and have used it a couple times for weddings and job interviews. I like the fit.
     
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    H&M... depends what you get, some stuff are so thin and cheap that i dont even bother buying, and then some stuff are nice in quality. I really like their jackets the best, i have a few of those from a couple seasons ago and i still wear that frequently during the winter.
     
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    just picked up a couple things from AA
     
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    Can someone explain the sizing for Zara. Is it italian?
     
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    IF it's H&M like over here i doubt they will have a website.

    you have to search like fuck through the clothes in H&M shops to find decent stuff
     
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    how much are blazers at H&m?
     
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    i bought one for 20 bux:bowdown:
     

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