Back in 2010, I wrote an article called "6 Retail Stores Nashville Needs". That article was might popular because, at the time, Nashville was lacking the retail stores that people from bigger cities were used to seeing. The article included: H&M, Torrid, Aldo, Bloomingdale's, TopShop, and Evans.
Well, what a difference a couple years and a flood makes! Yes, becuase of the flood of 2010, Opry Mills Mall had to close down. Because it closed down, some stores left, leaving space for new stores to arrive. Of those new arrivals, three of the six stores I listed in my article have found a home in Nashville: Torrid (opening fall 2013), Aldo (opened last fall), and now H&M. This location will be one of the largest in the southeast and will carry the kids line as well as the Plus Size line, H&M+.
That's right, one of the most popular retail brands for fast fashion has arrived in Nashville. I've heard they've planned an awesome GRAND OPENING celebration offering the first 300 customers an H&M t-shirt and various shopping discounts up to $300 and opening offers starting at $5 throughout the store! Support H&M's commitment to a more sustainable fashion future by bringing along a bag of unwanted garments to donate for recycling and you will also receive a voucher for 15% off an item of your choice at your next purchase.
Here's a little info about H&M:
H&M, is a Swedish clothing company, known for its fast fashion clothing offerings for women, men, teenagers and children. H&M has around 2,000 stores in 37 different countries and employs around 76,000 people. Fast fashion is a term used to describe clothing collections which are based on the most recent fashion trends presented at Fashion Week in both the spring and the autumn of every year (source).