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QUICK - off to primark in quarter of an hour

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mycatsaysach Thu 01-Sep-11 12:47:08

what shall i buy??

mycatsaysach Thu 01-Sep-11 16:24:29

so no one wants to talk - fine
i will tell you what i bought anyway smile

lovely dressing gown for dd
some really nice brown ankle strappy boots for dd
snoopy vest top
nude pearl bracelets
a lovely antiquey floral gray scarf for me
3 t shirts for ds and a pair of plimmies
jade green gym hoodie for dd
loads of hair bits n pieces

it was fab

louloubellamozzarella Thu 01-Sep-11 16:26:21

The best part: how much did it cost in total grin I love looking at my primarni bag and checking the total on the receipt: satisfying!

thisisyesterday Thu 01-Sep-11 16:28:13

i don't normally read S&B, nor do I shop in Primark... but something made me want to click on this

like, for an adult??

i need that.
i need it now

mycatsaysach Thu 01-Sep-11 16:28:47

£63 - inc some school socks and wrapping paper grin

i don't think i have ever been to one before

mycatsaysach Thu 01-Sep-11 16:30:32

yy snoopy and woodstock are on roller blades - snoopy has got his headphones on



thisisyesterday Thu 01-Sep-11 16:31:25

oooh i need to go into town tomorrow then!

WhoseGotMyEyebrows Thu 01-Sep-11 17:08:03

OOoh I love the tank top type vests in there. Live in them!

happyinherts Thu 01-Sep-11 17:13:05

What branch did you go to?

Some seem quite clean and tidy and others resemble a jumble sale full of old tat - Harrow management if you're reading - prime example.

doglover Thu 01-Sep-11 17:16:16

I can only venture into the Southampton branch first thing in the morning when it's quiet and tidy. The Winchester shop, however, is a truly pleasant experience!

southeastastra Thu 01-Sep-11 17:20:21

haha i've been in the harrow one, it's always like a jumble sale

mycatsaysach Thu 01-Sep-11 19:03:08

ahhhhhh winchester it was doglover - couldn't face southampton i'm afraid wink

its not that big a shop either - so it was a very pleasant experience indeed

prolificwillybreeder Thu 01-Sep-11 19:52:28

Haha! doglover I thought the exact same thing about Southampton and Winchester.

prolificwillybreeder Thu 01-Sep-11 19:56:27

Somehow totally missed your last post OP.
I'm off to find that scarf tomorrow. Was it on the back wall?

mycatsaysach Thu 01-Sep-11 20:54:04

yep £4 willy sort of knotty tassles too

prolificwillybreeder Thu 01-Sep-11 21:54:32

Right I'm off to get myself one of those. Thanks mycat smile

mycatsaysach Thu 01-Sep-11 22:32:10

no probs smile - wasn't even a queue at till either.enjoy your visit.

louloubellamozzarella Fri 02-Sep-11 10:50:00

Ahhh £63 - very good grin

Agree about different branches being completely worlds apart. I don't even go into primark that much but when I do, I can't handle the war zone frenetic piles of clothes everywhere vibe.

Birmingham and Oxford Street are prime examples. If you ever find yourselves in Coventry (god forbid smile ) by any chance, that's a really good one and never too busy so you can actually see what you're buying and navigate the shop without coming out in a stress rash.

Fatshionista Fri 02-Sep-11 10:56:08

I love Primark. I could easily buy an entire new wardrobe from Primark alone except for shoes because they don't cater for my wide and large feet in most styles (size 8/9 - wide fit).

prolificwillybreeder Fri 02-Sep-11 20:10:43

Update: I bought the scarf, it's lovely! I also bought a cream snood almost identical to the one in M&S that was £25.

mycatsaysach Fri 02-Sep-11 20:19:46

yay grin so pleased

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