The world’s biggest Primark store is definitely worth a visit. We went in the first few days and it was packed, apart from the men’s department, so if you need some space, head down there.
The 160,000 square foot mega store spread over five floors opened its doors on 11 April 2019. It’s huge, fun and cheap.
I was really impressed by the Game of Thrones, Harry Potter and Disney sections….they even have a Primark Cafe with Disney.
Primark began as a single store in Dublin in June 1969 and you can’t find one in every town.
There’s even a beauty studio called Duck & Dry where shoppers can have their make-up and nails done, their eyelashes extended and their eyebrows plucked – Primark beauty price list below.
There are even a personal shopping service, …
Not long to go till we get to pamper and spoil our mums and I ‘ve done a round-up of things I would love to receive as a mum. This time I didn’t work on a budget, but looked for things that are great value, so here we go:
Bottomless Champagne Afternoon Tea for Two at 5* Grosvenor House
Bottomless Champagne Afternoon Tea for Two at 5* Grosvenor House, Park Lane Was £145, Now £97 What better way to indulge in Champagne afternoon tea than in complete style and luxury! Awarded the Highly Commended Awards of Excellence at the Afternoon Tea Awards 2018, Grosvenor House Hotel, with its tranquil atmosphere and elegant interiors, offers everything your mum would expect from a 5-Star hotel in the heart of London. Welcoming and attentive staff will have …
Aldi Ski Pro range offers a complete ski outfit for just £170, and claims that this is a combined saving of nearly £1,000 against similar ski brands (they used Arc’teryx kit to compare with.
The range available to pre-order online now and in stores 20th January, and offers shoppers specialist jackets, trousers, merino wool midlayers, snow boots and more.
The standout style steal from the collection is undoubtedly Aldi’s 3-in-1 Ski Pro Jacket – available in both ladies’ and men’s styles. The hard-shell three-layered jacket is completely windproof, waterproof and features an adjustable storm hood essential for staying warm, dry and stylish on and off the slopes.
Available while stocks last, shoppers can pick up an entire outfit costing just £169.97 (3-in-1 Ski Pro Jacket, £89.99; 3-Layer Trousers, £49.99; Merino Sports …
We’ll just cut right to the chase – buying bras can create a gaping hole in your wallet. They’re not the least expensive clothing item, but sometimes, it seems as if we’re left with no other choice, especially when they only last 6 months, and a decent bra costs around £30 for the bigger busted lady.
The good thing in all of this is you don’t have to adhere to market prices all the time. Here are 8 tricks you can do to smartly shop for bras on a budget so your dollar can go further!
1. Check Discount Stores
It helps to pay discount stores and outlets a visit every once in a while. These stores might have perfectly functional bras with no defects at discounted prices. The only thing with these stores is …
This January The Original Factory Shop is the savvy shopper’s one stop shop for new year’s fitness resolutions with its great value branded sportswear that won’t break the bank.
Those focusing on fitness and wellbeing this January will find all they need to get into gear at The Original Factory Shop this January with ranges of both men’s and women’s wear available in store from December 26 at up to 70% off RRP.
Top brands included in the great value offers this new year include Adidas, Slazenger and Elle, as well as many more in store, meaning all those looking to get back into the gym this January will be covered.
This season women can treat themselves to a fashionable new gym kit that they won’t be able to wait to wear again, with Elle’s …
There are plenty of books about personal styling, but few use second hand and charity shops as their source.
Personal stylist Victoria Lochhead from Frankie and Ruby has written In the Jumble to show readers how they can build their wardrobes from second hand clothes.
Victoria is passionate about doing all she can to shop second hand. If you’ve never considered setting foot inside a charity shop or a jumble sale before, her witty, readable book tells you where to go, what to look for and what to avoid.
It provides tips on regaining control of your wardrobe, understanding your style and organising your clothes and gives simple rules to follow when you’re out shopping so that you find things that suit you and work with things you have at home.
Victoria told Mrs Bargain …
There’s still some of Aldi’s latest Shape Up for Summer collection in stores, so be quick if you want to look good while you sweat. The gear is great value and stylish, so whether it’s to show off lifting weights in the gym, running laps around the park or working out in front of the TV, fitness enthusiasts can grab a bargain with Aldi’s new range of quality fitness clothing and accessories.
The collection features a selection of stylish clothing such as Sports Bras and Fitness Tights at £6.99, as well as equipment such as a Vibrating Foam Roller for just £34.99 that works to relieve sore muscles and a 6-in-1 Core Trainer (£29.99) that represents a saving of over 50% when compared to similar products, such as those from Wondercore.
Here are some …
Last week I got to visit Pep & Co for the first time. The store is always positioned by a Poundland and offers discount clothing.
It was founded in 2014 and is backed by the large South African retail group, Pepkor. The group was established in 1965 and now employs over 32,000 people in 3,800 stores across Europe, Africa, and Australasia. This is important as we want to know that it’s got a good chance of being around for a while!
PEP&CO recently opened a store in Solihull and says it will open 150 branches inside Poundland stores across the UK, Ireland and France. That would make the total of their stores 330 by June 2018.
Their aim is to become a major high street fashion player making Primark their rival. The shop assistant said …
Skiing can be a pricey business, but your gear doesn’t need to set you back hundreds if you get over to Aldi now as their ski range is in store.
The discount retailer changes it up every year, so expect new designs. I popped in at the weekend, and the quality is as good as every and I like the bright colours for the piste.
Adults can pick up everything needed to hit the slopes for under £60, while kids can get suited and booted out for under £50. And if you just want to beat the cold weather, the rest of the range starts from just £1.99.
Here are some of the highlights for the slopes: Aldi’s Ski Jacket (£19.99) and Ski Trousers (£17.99), available in ladies’ and men’s sizes and in a range …
Well looks like Lidl have scored themselves a little coup, with a gorgeous looking range designed by Heidi Klum and perfect for the festive season.
With sizes from 8-18, you can get the gear in shops from 3 December. My favourite items are this esmara pink sequin blazer for £19.99.
I also like this ultra chic jumpsuit with halterneck – it comes in a v-neck too, maybe better for the bustier ladies! Or what about this gorgeous cami top, love the sparkle!
And what about the faux leather leggings for £9.99. Versatile and edgy, these leather look leggings are perfect for the party season, and you can pair with a blouse and heels for a glam look. What’s even better is that they are machine washable.
Check out the range here: https://www.lidl.co.uk/en/Non-Food-Offers.htm?id=444…