I like the ad, but we had H&M in Boston and their clothes suck. Very cheaply made.
Well, for a fashionista who shops primarily at Value Village and Target, H&M was a cheap whore's dream when I walked in to one in NYC. Then again, my only real burning ambition in life is to make enough money so that I can one day shop until I just collapse right amongst the racks. Let's just hope it won't be at a thrift store. Or H&M.
I am a consummate bargain shopper but nothing pisses me off more than getting what I paid for--I want things that will hold up to more than 3 wearings!May I introduce you (if you haven't already discovered them) to the Georgia Premium Outlets up 400 in Dawsonville...I feel like I am about to die once I leave there but lord would it be a good death. Might have to visit them this weekend, it's been awhile...
Dawsonville, eh? A fashionista in, again, say it with me, DAWSONWHITETRASHVILLE, GEORGIA? That's a truly frightening, ugly thought. But I trust your shopping guidance, Sara. Always defer to wise counsel, if you can hear it though the din.
It's all designer and major label outlets. Including Saks' Off Fifth. It is bargain shopper nirvana, redneck locale be damned.
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