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H & M

tigerx

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Hi, this is my first topic here, and i would like to say hi to everyone.

anyway on to the question:

what do you guy think about the durability and the quality of H & M's jeans? they're on sale for like 30$ CAD so i really want to pick some up, but i'm not sure of the quality.

btw how can i tell if a jeans is unwashed? because the pair that i want doesn't have any label on it but it feel really really stiff.
 

Max

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It's not top of the line but it's worth $30CAD, which is like $20 in real money.
 

sbbbjm

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i think its disposable fashion at some of its best. the stuff i've gotten there people have mistakened for being high end stuff, and the quality, visually, is pretty good -- and they have way better shape than other stuff at the same pricepoints

go ahead, buy stuff from there, you really dont have anything to lose except burnt holes in your pocket, and no one likes those
 

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