comfy. stylish. roomy
good quality for the price, i really like the way these jeans fit, they are nice and stretchy. good buy
i got a pair of skinny denim at H&M that had a slightly more relaxed opening, low rise, and tall inseam. very excited. and they were affordable. i was in love with these pants for two months...and then the knee started to wear through and one day it split all the way across! and now the BACK OF THE KNEE (what?) is ripping, too. all on one pant leg. the zipper is also starting to fail, so i constantly have to be sure it's zipped up or else i'll might have an embarrassing moment. such a shame as i loved these so much. i still wear them, i want to at least get one year out of them before chucking them.
I'm a huge fan of jeans, but I've recently been experiencing fluctuations in my weight, so I don't want to spend too much money on them. Last year I bought a pair for back to school - at only $30. They've lasted throughout the year, and they're the perfect weight. They're super soft, but not too worn in... and they've maintained their shape and wash. Last month, I bought a cheap $10 pair, and they're slightly less comfortable, but they fit amazingly. There's more polyester in the cheaper pair (as opposed to the typical cotton and spandex), but I'll definitely get my money's worth!
jeans from H&M are super cheaply priced and cheaply made...that said, the two pairs that i currently have lasted through a year's worth of heavy wear and are becoming super soft and comfortable with age. as previously noted, H&M's pant sizes can be inconsistent and do not conform to the usual vanity sizing (at least here in N. America) - so take a deep breath and be prepared to go up 1 to 2 sizes from your usual.
to be honest. the sizes are always confusing to me. h&m jeans aren't that great. they're not that comfortable. and again, the sizes confuse me. and the material isn't that great. it's cheap i guess. but it's not something i'd buy at the spot. i'd probably look more into what i'm buying if i'm considering h&m jeans.
I got a pair of H&M jeans and really regretted it. They were awkward fitting, stiff, and I really only got a few wears out of it. It was an impulse buy and definitely not worth it. I usually love H&M so this was pretty disappointing.
i only have a jeans jacket, for 8 years i think, and it's still as good as new one, i'm very satisfyed.
on the other hand, i never found a pair of jeans there, because every model seems to be to short for me, i'm 6'3...
I live in Miami, and we don't have an H&M (unfortunately) so I rarely get to get my hands of any H&M pieces. When I went to Spain, however, I was dying to buy some high wasited jeans. This was about two years ago, I found a really cute dark wash pair that fit me perfect! I have thick legs, and it fit my perfectly skinny all the way through. Ive washed them several times and they're still super dark. Of course, they're a little uncomfortable when it comes to sitting down, but besides that, I adore them to this day.
I disagree with the other review for H&M jeans... I think they are very reasonable priced and I buy lots of jeans from there (maybe the prices are different in the US? Here in the UK they are less than £20 which is around $35.) I find them very comfortable, however the one drawback is that the skinny jeans have quite narrow legs! I have to buy an 8 rather than a 6 (4 rather than 2 in US sizes) to get them to fit.