I absolutely love H&M as their clothes fit me perfectly, I usually never try them on in the store or just order online and they still fit because I know my sizes. I guess the best of all is that they are affordable and if you like something in one color you can afford to buy the same item in one or several more colors.
Me as any other sane person realize that cheap clothes like that comes to a cost and as long as that cost is on the people making the clothes. It is easy to pretend that there aren’t underpaid women in Asia working to long hours to feed their children, as long as it stay hidden.
However when it comes into light, then it is hard to keep pretending. And when it sounds like H&M aren’t interested in actually doing something about the situation, then I’m not really interested in shopping at H&M. If H&M think that Cambodia should be happy that they utilize services from their country! Really, so because H&M are doing them a favor it’s just fine to not care at all about the little person? At least give them decent working conditions!
Right now, I would say that about 90% of my wardrobe comes from H&M – that will not be the future as I will now stop shopping there until they adopt a more humane attitude!