I broke every rule in the book and got a black linen suit from H&M for a mere $130 CDN. It's pretty poorly made, but the fit of the jacket is absolutely awesome -- maybe I have a freaky body, but it's often the first jacket I reach for. Their shirts are pretty terndy and dirt cheap. The one trouble is that, of the two shirts I got, I experienced some pretty extreme shrinkification after the first wash. Oh well, they're only about $30 each, and I needed to lose a few pounds anyway. One final thought; I picked up a few things from the collection that Karl Lagerfeld designed for them. One was a plain white dress shirt with an extremely high collar (like the Karl himself). It's lovely and I wish I had bought five. The other was a slim fitting DB wool car coat, which is one of my favourite items of clothing. So, overall, H&M gets a pretty good vote in my book. In Toronto, the store is situated near to its competitors (Gap, Club Monacc, Zara etc), who, judging by the number of price reductions, are all in a state of blind panic. Rightly so, in my book; cheap clothes should be cheap, if you catch my drift.