FEEL like you need a Primark fix before stores reopen tomorrow?
Well you’re in luck, as staff have started sharing sneak peeks from behind the shutters, ahead of the long-awaited return of non-essential shopping on April 12.
Primark staff are giving fans a sneak peek ahead of stores re-opening tomorrow. This snap is from Essex’s Lakeside shopping centreCredit: Instagram
Primark’s Disney range has gone sustainable, as shown in this snap from Liverpool city centreCredit: Instagram
The new homeware line, pictured in Manchester’s store, is sure to get shoppers excited tooCredit: Instagram
Primark workers have created a whole stream of “visual merchandising” accounts on Instagram, showing everything from the shelves to mannequins.
Among the items featured are Disney loungewear and homeware essentials, as well as kids’ and women’s clothes.
It comes as fans admitted they were desperate for stores to reopen, tweeting: “The only shop I care about reopening is Primark”, “can’t cope with how excited I am to go to Primark” and “can we just have Primark open now please.”
Among the shops to fling open their doors on social media are Essex’s Lakeside shopping centre, Liverpool city centre, Manchester’s Trafford Centre and Birmingham’s flagship store.
Mannequins in the Chelmsford store show off the latest activewear offerings – including trackies, leggings and yoga matsCredit: Instagram
Birmingham shoppers can go wild for denim, black staples and trainersCredit: Instagram
Parents will love the new kids’ range, pictured in the Lancaster storeCredit: Instagram
Neon pastels seem to be the hue of choice for the fashion department in the spring/summer collection.
But denim, black shirts and jackets, bum bags and trainers also feature in the ‘smart casual’ clothing range.
Meanwhile, the new buys in Primark Home include realistic looking faux plants, cream cushions, on-trend pampas, fluffy blankets, pink “love” signs and statues of Buddha and elephants.
Neon pastels are a clear theme in the Westfield store in Shepherd’s Bush, west LondonCredit: Instagram
Shoppers can pick up Mickey Mouse loungewear in Redditch, MidlandsCredit: Instagram
The new Disney offerings include Mickey Mouse loungewear in pink and green, and a ‘sustainable’ range with slogans including “be pink to our planet” and “let’s protect our home!”
Parents can dress their kids in yellow tartan tops and pink pinstripe dungarees, from the little ones’ range.
While trackies, leggings and yoga mats are also on offer for the more active shoppers.
A look at the latest homeware in the Lakeside storeCredit: Instagram
Manchester’s Trafford Centre store is also gearing up for shoppers tomorrowCredit: Instagram
We don’t know about you guys, but these pics are getting us seriously excited.
But be prepared to queue if you do head to Primark this week. Happy shopping!
Primark previously unveiled a new beauty range for store’s reopening on 12 April – including £2 eyeshadow palettes & £1 bath bombs.
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