Primark fans go wild for 'cute' Valentine's Day line
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Valentine's Day is just around the corner and I'm sure many of us are rushing to figure out some last-minute plans, Galentine's ideas, gifts and outfits for the special occasion.
However you decide to spend your February 14th, the major retailer has got you covered for presents, accessories and clothing galore, for your partners, pals, mini-mes and just about everyone in between. Have a look:
Whether you opt for some sexy lingerie sets or snuggly PJs, a new red lippy or some bits and bobs for your little one, table scaping essentials and pampering products or just a snazzy new claw clip to add a touch of L-O-V-E to your look - it's clear that Primarni fans are beyond buzzing to get their claws on the new collection.
Many have rushed to social media to share their excitement with one Instagram user writing: "Stunning, I need to buy this!"
"I finally found this underwear set, it’s lush," praised a second while a third chimed in: "Super duper cutsie."
A fourth admitted: "Had to buy one of each of the collection!"
"Soo beautiful and cute," gushed a fifth while a sixth penned: "Got It and it looks so cute and romantic love it!"
"I have never ever needed anything more in my life," claimed another Instagram user while a ninth echoed: "Omg I need all of this!"
A final Primark fan quipped: "I’ll be running to Primark, pray my store has some!"
I'm sure a whole load of people are thinking the exact same.
Consumer review site, Trustpilot, put the average Valentine's Day spending to a hefty $157.52, which is around £123.
"People are feeling under more pressure than ever before to splash out on loved ones," Trustpilot Chief Customer Officer Alicia Skubick explained.
According to the data, those who've been together for one to two years are more likely to go big - often dropping $247, whereas those in shorter-term relationships spend $186.
And the survey says that one in 10 participants said they'd end things with their significant other if there was no gift, even if they are only well received 13 percent of the time.
No pressure there then.