The well-known fashion renting company received an avalanche of bad comments following a series of fulfilment and inventory problems experienced at the end of September. Management responded promptly with an adequate damage control strategy, a well-positioned media presence and checks written to angry customers. After a shorter than expected time the company returned to declare that the issues caused by the new system were solved, and that the company is “back to business” as usual. As a customer who had experienced more than once their lack of reliability prior to September 24th, I ask myself: are they going back to what they were, or to a business we can 100% count on?
One more reason to fall in love with fall is the long-awaited H&M designer collaboration. This year H&M has brought Pringle of Scotland, a “champion of British heritage” to their home of “fashion at the best prices” and the result is a practical yet sophisticated collection. From cosy jumpers to elegant sportswear and even some coordinate sweaters (argyle, anyone?) for you and your doggie, this collection can easily find place in everyone’s winter wardrobe. The materials used: cotton, recycled polyester and some wool, show H&M’s new commitment toward creating less harmful fashion.
Animal prints have long been popular and have been considered a wardrobe staple by many fashion lovers. I personally had not been a fan of the style until this fall when I could no longer ignore the ubiquitous trend. A week-long hunt for the perfect animal print item took me to several stores and culminated with the purchase of a silk skirt. I am sharing some of the items that caught my eye during the “hunt” with the hope that some of you might be also wild for the new trend.
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