The Wait is Over – Austin Opens H&M Domain on Saturday
Ladies and Gents…Let the fashion festivities begin and it’s quite a list! A Christmas Affair at the Palmer Events Center, street style watching all over town with the F1 race, Linda Asaf’s fashion show at the W on Friday and now the scheduled opening of the long-awaited H&M store opening on Saturday, well you would think it’s another fashion week!
H&M at The Domain will offer the first 500 shoppers in line an H&M t-shirt and Access to Fashion Pass, valued from $10 to $500, in addition to other fantastic opening offers for the whole family! One lucky winner will receive an All Access Fashion Pass, allowing them early entry into the store before the doors open to the public. Once inside, the lucky winner will receive a personal style consultation from an H&M stylist who will help them to dress their personality in the latest trends from H&M!
AND Fashionably Austin is also getting in on the fun, H&M has provided $100 gift cards to give away. Click Here to Enter!! Sign up through Saturday at 10 am and I’ll announce the winners on Facebook.
“We are thrilled to finally open in such a highly anticipated market” says Daniel Kulle, U.S. President for H&M. “Since opening our first store in the state in 2011 in Dallas, Texans have been incredibly loyal and supportive and we could not be more excited to bring fashion and quality at the best price to local Austin customers.”
For the eco-minded fashionistas, H&M is the largest user of organic cotton in the world, and H&M at The Domain will offer the best of sustainable fashion with H&M’s Holiday 2012 collection. The Austin store will also carry the Swedish retailer’s fantastic children’s collection which carries quality clothing for kids ages newborn to eight.
Key items for women will include dresses from $24.95, blouses starting at $14.95, and trousers for $12.95. Men will be able to purchase shirts starting at $14.95, trousers from $19.95, and jackets for $34.95.
The F1 race in south Austin will feature some fast and technical driving and in north Austin shoppers will have to use some technical driving skills of their own…it’s called trying a place to park! Good Luck racers and Happy Shopping Austin.