Last weekend the weather was cool and rainy and instead of falling into our normal coffee shop + work routine on dreary Saturdays, I headed up to the Gaffney Outlet Marketplace for a look around their latest store opening, H&M. Funnily enough, the first time I ever shopped H&M I was in a different country. So when I came back to the States and realized they were opening a store in a nearby mall it quickly became one of my favorite stores.
This Gaffney Outlet Marketplace store is the first time I’ve heard of an H&M in an outlet mall. So Greenville, if you’re in the market for some new spring/summer wear at great prices don’t forget about Gaffney Outlets. H&M is all about quality items at a great cost, something I’m completely invested in as well! In addition to the newly opened H&M, Gaffney outlets also have a slew of amazing stores for everyone in your family. Kate Spade, J.Crew, and Ann Taylor for the fashion obsessed, Adidas and Nike for athleisure looks, and a great selection of stores for bath, body, and home needs.
So what’s special about H&M? Personally, I love the store because they always have a great mix of well-made basics and on-trend items –all with a great price tag. Shop for women’s, men’s and kids’ clothing in the store. The Gaffney H&M also had an entire section of the store dedicated to their sale merchandise.
We scored 20% off the sale price so I ended up buying the high-waisted peach shorts above for only $3.65!
The one thing I will mention about H&M that’s good to keep in mind when you’re shopping is their sizing is a little different. For instance, in most US stores I wear an XS (sometimes a Small) and a 0 (sometimes a size 2). However, in H&M I wear a 4. I tried on several size 2 items and they were either a snug fit or just didn’t work. To avoid dressing room blues go ahead and try on items on in multiple sizes.
Thanks to Sarah @ Strikes of Luck for partnering with me on the photos and special thanks to Gaffney Outlet Marketplace for hosting me for the day!
This post was sponsored by Gaffney Outlet Marketplace, but everything above is my own opinion.