Primark has really raised the stakes with its collection of party dresses this season – and one item has made fashion fans very excited.
The £18 attire is made from metallic ruched material and features a round neckline and sleeveless cut. Sharing a video of the dress online, Gracekohl told her 28,000 followers to ‘run to Primark’.
She said: “I just had the most successful Primark trip of my life. The Rita Aura Collection in Primark right now, that’s where the metallic jeans are from and then my mum got this dress, literally £18 and it looks so good.
“It’s really long and it would be perfect for Christmas or New Year and it’s got roches that are really flattering. Makes her look super slim.”
Primark’s website says: “The metallic trend has us already past temptation and, if you’re looking to create some extra shimmer with your look, this metallic ruched midi dress from our latest collection with Rita Ora could be just what you need!
“Taking influence from the global superstar’s own bold style identity, this midi dress boasts a silver-tone and high shine stretch material that captures the spotlight thanks to its ruched texture, and features a round neckline, sleeveless cut, and falls to a midi length. Whether you style this ruched dress with knee-high boots and a coat for a cooler look or you dress it up with stiletto heels and textured accessories, we’re betting this is a dress you’ll be grabbing for the festive season and beyond!”
And for shoppers hunting for the perfect blazer to match, Sainsbury’s coat is very popular.
Tu Clothing’s £14.50 padded jacket comes in four colours and has over 50 reviews. it features a diamond quilted design and two pockets. One happy shopper said: “I already have this coat in grey, so comfortable and warm, very lightweight. Decided to get another colour.”
Another wrote: “Good fit-true to size, ideal for autumn or spring with hidden hood & bag for storage. Would say more a grey/beige & could be layered with long line gillet as colour same.”
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