This week marked a momentous occasion for thread-conscious fashion enthusiasts in Texas… our H&M has finally arrived.
If you’re like me, chances are you’ve been waiting years for H&M to move to Texas. And while it’s been a long time coming, I can tell you, it was worth the wait. (Even socialite Gregg Asher made an appearance.)
So, why Dallas, why now? Well as it turns out, H&M has been eyeing the Dallas market since it opened its first U.S. location (New York) in 2000. And the clothing giant has plans to expand to even more Texas markets in the future, said spokeswoman Jennifer Ward.
The two-story, 24,000 square-foot shopping mecca is brimming with a variety of styles to suit every discriminating Dallasites’ taste, at any age (teens, adults and children) and for any occasion (casual, business, and party wear). Fortunately, H&M will continue its practice of collaborating with the world’s hottest designers to bring us high-end, yet affordable, clothing. (BTW, I died for the Lanvin collection.)
After all, high-end, yet affordable, fashion is what H&M is known for and what sets it apart from other retailers world-wide. Accessories start as low as $5, denim as low as $15 and dresses $30…you can spend less than $100 for an entire ensemble and still look like you stepped off the runway. This is the magic of H&M, which I witnessed firsthand during its Papercity Preview Party this week.
So without further adieu, I present to you our H&M.