i like how h&m brought the striped shirts to a whole new level. from a variety of striped shirt, they always stand out. and you would really know if it's an h&m outfit, or not.
If i must find a simple shirt i will always go to H&M.
The price and the quality balance are really honest.
Plus it's always comfortable.
One of the most comfortable shirts that you can find. Length and fit around the shoulders is perfect, but if you're looking for a shirt to squeeze your body this is not the shirt for you. I'm 6 feet tall and there's still room between my tummy and the small. But very good, on of my favorite essentials.
style and price yay
Basic tshirt, perfet for a DIY job like shredding or painting.
H&M, for their men's clothing at least, usually sell shirts that are okay in material, and alright in craftsmanship. A lot of the times when you wash them, the clothing begins to lose it's charm and shrinks......a rather large problem with H&M clothing. However for the price it makes for a great way to buy basics that you may only wear for a season or less and not feel bad about tossing it after you're done.
As soon as you wash H&M shirts they start to shrink, and lose all the style that you had fallen in love with when you first tried it on.
However at such a cheap price these clothes are pretty much expendable, and you can generally bulk buy. I have about 20 of their plain t-shirts in every colour, and buttoned cardigans.
I have loads of H&M tops, they do a fantastic range of styles. I find some of them shrink when they are first washed though, and sometimes the material is poor quality.
I have a few and they're good value but the shape and quality of the material isn't that great. If you want some good ones it's worth paying that little bit extra
Basic shirts at H&M range from 5.90 to 12.90 USD and I've bought a ton, probably enough to last me a month without repeating.
I'm writing today about their Divided Blue (junior menswear) v-neck shirts and how they're a total must for everyone (girls included!). Sure, American Apparel tees are cut well, and Urban Outfitters' shirts feel great; but they come with hefty price tags and I've spent too much on what I consider pricey for basics. I'd rather put my money in key pieces and save on tees that I wear day to day.
The v-necks are only $5.90 and they come in new colors each season. Sometimes the necklines change a bit (thick ribbed vs. thin, deep vs. short) and details like that are appreciated when you've amassed a great number!
Now, with the low cost comes a drawback. I found I have to hang dry my shirts otherwise the dryer will shrink them. It's a step I don't mind taking, but this is of course a choice for you to make.
Other than that, the cut is great and the fabric is lasting. My darker colors have yet to fade and at such a great price I continue buying more—I'm addicted! Well, truth is I get lazy when it's close to laundry day and they are definitely not a luxury good.