|H&M Home Autumn 2013 collection|
(all photos via H&M)
The rumors of H&M e-commerce in the U.S. finally came to fruition this morning with the launch of the fast-fashion label's online store. The good news: $5.95 flat-rate shipping. The not so good news: No in-store returns.
With a brick-and-mortar H&M around the corner from my office, I can't see the online store revolutionizing my clothes shopping habits, but I can get excited about the newly available H&M Home line.
Available for the first time stateside and only online, pricing of the home goods is right in line with that of the clothing (dirt cheap), and I can only imagine the quality follows suit. Nevertheless, there are some darn cute items on offer if you're looking to do a quick home refresh rather than make a lasting investment. My picks, after the jump...
|Garment Bag (12.95) / Shoe Bag ($5.95)|
|Book Curtain (17.95) / 2-Pack Botanical Curtain ($34.95)|
|Small Plate ($6.95) / Candle ($6.95)|
|Macaroon Apron ($12.95) / Macaroon Tea Towel ($4.95)|
|Cake Plate ($14.95) / Plate ($6.95)|
So, will you bedeck your digs in H&M, or will you stick to the clothing? I'd love for some Europeans to weigh in, since H&M Home made it's debut there back in 2009.