Our favourite high street retailer H&M is about to delve into the outlet world, with the opening of its first outlet store in the UK.
The 7,000 square foot store, which is due to open within the next few weeks, will include a range of women’s, men’s and children’s wear, at both outlet and normal store prices.
In a release, Toni Galli, H&M UK and Ireland’s country manager, said “We always strive to offer our customers a meaningful shopping experience where style, creativity and culture are celebrated, and we are confident that our new Staffordshire store will offer our customers exactly this.”
Where is the outlet opening?
The store is opening at the Affinity outlet centre in Staffordshire, UK within the next week weeks.
H&M also announced they will be implementing their circular, climate positive mission into the design of the outlet store in Stoke-on-Trent.
The outlet store is also going to offer the shoppers the Garment Collection and Recycling service, which allows customers to donate unwanted clothes and other items in store in exchange for vouchers.
H&M is in good company with brands such as Clarks, Next, Claire’s and Trespass already at the centre making it a great all in one shopping hub.
Recently we’ve been seen more and more retailers launching dedicated clearance stores with it just been announced New Look is to open it’s first outlet store in Northern Ireland.
All of which means more savings for us, what’s not to love. I know one things for sure we’ll be planning a trip to Staffordshire.
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