great, super comfy and soft. very cute style.
what else do we need?
though they get used quickly and have to be changed
H&M has some CUTE bras!! They fit perfectly, too, and stand up in the wash! They do run small, though, as I wear a 34B in their bras and I'm a 32B/34A, elsewhere. They have cute styles, too, and are far cheaper than VS with a just as nice push-up!
i bought a really cute push-up bra from H&M last year and it's still in good condition, although the color is fading.
its 100% comfortable, and is padded nicely--its like a pillow for your boobs.
unlike other bras where the padding falls out :l
they have a wide variety of adorable looking bras, and for an affordable price :]
COS (Collection of Style) is a fashion concept started by H&M with a fashion show at the Royal Academy of Arts in London and the opening of a signature COS store on Regent Street on 16 March 2007. COS begins where H&M ends: featuring mainly subtle, monochrome colors, the minimalist, clean-cut pieces in the collections for men and women are created with a focus on "quality in terms of the fabrics, fit and finish", merging "high fashion attributes with ground level pricing", and thus "providing the look of Jil Sander for less". The collections range from fundamental basics to sophisticated cocktail dresses and sleek mens' suits. COS's target group is the "mid-market consumer" who either cannot be reached with H&M products or wants to trade up. COS merchandise is designed by Rebekka Bay (women's) and Michael Kristensen (mens), and is manufactured in Europe (80%) and Asia (20%). Prices range above those for comparable items in the H&M mainline stores, but supposedly below comparable ready-to-wear collection clothing. A men's dress shirt retails at about € 50,00, a suit at or below € 350,00. As of spring 2008, signature COS stores - the exclusive points of sale for COS collection items - can be found in Antwerp, Brussels, Cop
I used to work at Victoria's Secret and I always shopped there, but was frustrated that as a petite person the bras at Victoria's Secret seemed very big and clunky. Some of their push up bras fit well, but seemed unnatural on my small frame.
I was very apprehensive in trying the H&M bras and panties, but I looked at price (Under $20) and was like, "Okay..I'll give it a try."
I was pleasantly surprised! The quality, while isn't as great as VS, is still pretty good for the price and I have yet to wear mine out. They are definitely more petite-friendly, and their push up bras look great on my frame!
The bras don't appear bulky or unnatural at all compared to the heavy ones at VS. They provide great coverage from the..dreaded nippilitis, but are still very light and comfortable.
They come in many different styles at an affordable price. Right now, I'm really loving the white lace and black bra I bought. Very cute!