H&M Has So Many Amazing Items on Sale Right Now—You Won’t Regret These 29

H&M just launched its mid-season sale. And the discounts are really good at up to 50% off. There is a huge amount of items that are reduced. And sure, you could take the time to go through everything in the mix, but we wanted to give you a curation of the items we like best right here.

We took a gander through the pages and pages of discounted merch to bring you an edit of the pieces you probably won’t regret. What made the cut? Well, it’s mostly items that have the power to become wardrobe staples thanks to their versatile nature. We’re talking about trend-forward pieces like a sweater-vest that is ideal for layering, elevated basics, and cozy sweaters.

Check out the entire H&M sale here or keep scrolling for the pieces that we think will really pique your interest.

An oversize blouse is a modern staple.

Use this ribbed dress as a base layer for your chicest looks.

Talk about cozy.

Love the idea of styling a sweater-vest over a button-down shirt, like the outfit in the image above.

A slouchy blazer will bring an elevated twist to any wardrobe.

Cable-knit styles are actually a top trend for the season.

Chic with high-waisted jeans.

Fresh distressed jeans, anyone?

Picture this knit dress with a blazer or a cardigan layered on top.

Yes to this silhouette.

Just adorable.

This color just feels so luxe.

Also into the idea of wearing this shirtdress over trousers.

The open back is a great detail.


Cute smocked top.

Not your average leggings.

The oversize cut feels current.

A little off-the-shoulder action.

Feeling this denim vest for a tonal look.

Make that statement.

You could also wear this dress as a longline jacket.

Pretty beads take this sweater to the next level.

The zippered detail is a nice touch.

Into the sleeves.

For your layering needs.

The boat-neck silhouette is fresh.

A solid pair of jeans.

A staple sweater option.

Next, check out more chic items to consider from H&M.

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