Throughout the long months of lockdown, retail giant Primark has kept the fashion buzz at affordable prices through its Instagram posts.
As it happens, Primark’s recent post on the social media platform proves that there is no shortage of love for their range of products, even in the absence of an online store.
Primark’s latest post was triggered by the hype that has long surrounded one piece…shoes. Shoppers can’t get enough of them, and although they can only wear one pair at a time, that has never stopped people from stocking one pair in their wardrobe for all occasions.
The caption to the post reads: « Step up our heels game with this pair of Chunky Heeled Loafers £14/€18/$20 #Primark #InStoreNow »
New shoes are a staple in most people’s wardrobes and fans absolutely love them.
The retailer posted the photo on Instagram last night and shoppers flocked to the comments to share their love for the collection.
The comments section was on fire as people pointed out that the shoes gave them a retro vibe.
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One shopper commented, « I had these in the ’70s [shocked face emoji].
This was followed by another user ad that echoed the same sentiment, saying, « Oh my gosh, what a comeback my mom was when I was a kid. [fire emoji] »
It seems that some fashion trends are really here to stay. It may take a while for them to return to mainstream popularity, but they will always come back when they look « elegant » as one shopper so eloquently summed up.
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