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lingerie and swimwear providing a wide range of styles and sizes with
10 reviews of Primark in English
perfect for cheap holiday clothes and great for clothes for my 22 month old daughter as she grows so fast I'm always buying new things for her, would highly recommend if its cheap & cheerful that your looking for.
When wearing Primark clothes I have often been asked “Is that from TopShop?” Proof that just because you pay £10 for a vest, it doesn’t mean that it looks like it cost £10 and just because you pay £2 for a top it doesn’t mean it looks like it cost £2!! I love primark, it’s great for cheap in price but good in quality clothes and accesories. I particularly like their bracelets in bundles for £1. Also now primark use a more fair trade so it is even better! The only one problem with primark is that as it is a cheap shop people seem to rummage around quite a lot and by half 1 on a saturday afternoon the shelves are a bit of a mess with people picking up things and putting them down anywhere. Other than that I love it.
i absolutly love primark! it has got to be one of my favourite stores as its so cheap. it has a wide range of womens clothing that is very appealing also they have some lovely mens clothes. on the second floor they sell a good range of kids clothes that are very nice. i always pick up a lot of items at such a small cost. its very worth it.
Primark is situated close to the train station close to other shops. On the ground floor there is ladies wear, lingerie, mens wear and nightwear. On the first flood there is accessories, children’s wear, shoes and home essentials. The store isn’t that big and the products aren’t good compared to other Primark stores. I would suggest visiting the Primark store in Blackpool if you have the chance as this store is much bigger and has a better range of products.
You know, I’m ambivalent about Primark. The cheap skate in me loves that you can pick up items for very little. However quality of goods does tend to be an issue so I generally use it for high turnover work gear. Before I went on holiday this year I did find it useful for stocking up on vest tops - often for only a pound. You don’t mind throwing them away at that price
Basically you get what you pay for. the shop can egt terribly disorganised in the afternoon so try to visit when it is quiet. And you’ll always have to queue, no matter what time of day you go.
if you’re into disposable clothes and you’re not too bothered about the ethics of them then you can generally find something in there
It’s always beeter to go to Primark early in a morning, just when it’s opened as later on in the day it ends up looking like a jumble sale.
It’s very cheap, as all Primark stores are. I often struggle to find clothes that i like in this branch and when i do they don’t fit in all the right places or don’t wash very well. I do think that it’s brilliant for accessories and there is a very large selection of bags (my personal fave).
The staff aren’t really that friendly, but then again they don’t need to be. They are able to get through the queues quickly though.
Primark Preston is reasonably new and located near the train station. It is a big store with two floors of clothing and accessories. The downstairs area is dedicated to womens and mens clothes and underwear, with upstairs consisting of accessories, childrens clothes and some household items.
The store is quite open plan with everything pretty easy to locate and there are tills both upstairs and downstairs so youre never queueing for too long. Whilst there are lots of sizes on offer there are sometimes very few left of certain items so you have to be quick off the mark to get hold of them.
Good for cheaply priced clothes. Quite a big store with many items and sizes in stock. It has two floors - with men and women’s clothing downstairs and baby, children’s clothing and accessories upstairs. There is a lift to the first floor too if you are in a wheelchair or have a pram with you. The only annoying thing is that it can get quite untidy with clothes in the wrong places or screwed up on the shelves. So sometimes you have to hunt for what you want. They do have quite big changing rooms too but you can only take 4 items in at a time.
this is not one of the largest primark stores ive seen but its not bad. two floors upstairs sells kids clothes homewares shoes bags etc. downstairs is ladieswear undies and menswear. everything is really cheap and cheerfull and no its not going to last you long but this is disposable fashion if you can get past the fact that some child in a thirdworld country has probably been paid peanuts for sewing that cute little top youve just bought for two quid. i think everyone has something from primark whether they own up to it or not. !
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