21 Under-$50 H&M Pieces Worth Writing Home About

There are few things you can get for less than a hundred bucks these days, let alone $50. Haircuts, tanks of gas, groceries—it all just keeps getting more and more costly, especially when it pertains to clothing. And though there are several pricey pieces in mind that I'd be willing to spend my money on (I'm talking to you, Ganni puffer that haunts my dreams), there is still something comforting about knowing we can all find affordable fashion from high-street labels like Topshop, H&M, Mango, Zara, and the ilk.

Today I'm focusing on London-based label H&M because lately, they've been killing it. I rounded up 21 clothing and accessory items that are a mix of wardrobe staples you can mix and match with everything to more trend-forward pieces that don't feel like knockoffs, but rather, unique additions to your closet. Scroll down to shop the picks I'm writing home about (aka putting on my Christmas wish list) and snag your favorites before they sell out this season.

Up next: We predict these 42 winter Zara items will sell out by 2019. Act fast!

Nicole Kliest
Freelance Contributor

Nicole Kliest is a freelance writer and editor based in New York City who focuses on fashion, travel, food, wine, and pretty much anything else that's amusing to write about. After graduating from Pepperdine University with a bachelor's in journalism and creative writing, she started her career back in 2010 as Who What Wear's photo editor and throughout the last decade has contributed to publications including Fashionista, Harper's Bazaar, Elle, The Zoe Report, PopSugar, Fodor's Travel, and several others. She also copywrites and has worked with clients such as Frame, Sea, 3x1, Intelligentsia, and others to develop brand voices through storytelling and creative marketing. She's very passionate about the ways we can improve our sustainability efforts in the fashion industry as well as cultivating content that's diverse and inclusive of all people. When she's not checking out the latest restaurant opening in her West Village neighborhood or riding her bicycle along the West Side Highway, she can be found scheming her next trip somewhere around the world. (Up next is Vienna.)