Monday, August 31, 2009

We don't have an H&M here.

All of these looks from H&M are right up my alley (minus the leopard beret--love leopard, love beret's-but this is just not cute, in my opinion).

I am not going to complain anymore that KC doesn't have an H& really flipping sucks, but I am just not going to be a Debbie Downer that we don't have an H&M here. I will just have to continue shopping there when I visit family and friends in Chicago instead of KC because we don't have an H&M here.


Jessie said...

Ugh. Couldn't we start a petition or something?

I've been wanting to roadtrip down to STL to hit some of the awesome flea markets that are on the way, and I'm thinking that H&M will be the first place I stop when I get there.

alissa said...

its booshit! (to be said like russell brand in forgetting sarah marshall)
i want one!

hannah said...

you know what sucks about kansas city? we don't have an h&m. or ikea. sucks.

GiGi said...

or TRADER flipping JOE'S.
don't even get me started on the Joe's.
suckety suck suck sucks.

GiGi said...

p.s-jess, i think we need another trio business meeting to plan our birthday road trip to tropical st. louie.

and alissa, i peed a little bit.

Jessie said...

Geeg - You made my morning! Great. Now I'm going to be daydreaming about a birthday vintage shopping spree roadtrip all DAY!

WHILE we are talking about TJ's... I will tell you that I WROTE A LETTER to them when I first moved here BEGGING them to PUHLEASE put one in KC. No joke. I told them that I would buy a franchise if that's what it took. No luck yet. (Obv.) But we could also stop there in STL and smuggle a bunch of our favorite things back and sell them on the black market. :) *Bling*

Red Boots said...

I used to live in a city that didn't have an H&M, so whenever I went to Glasgow to visit family I used to go crazy in H&M, taking piles and piles of clothes into the changing room with me!

MerciBlahBlah said...

I know I am waaay late to the party here, but please let me apologize for my hometown's lack of retail therapy. We are sorry.