Bristol news Primark shopper spots £10 shoes that look just like £480 YSL pair MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - We can't resist a high street dupe of a designer item
Breaking News ! Primark is the high street chain many people turn to when they are looking for a bargain. It has managed to win over our hearts (and wardrobes) by offering some of the best dupes of pricier designer duds. The retail giant is on many bargain-hunters radars thanks to a steady stream of designer-replica items across its fashion, beauty and homeware categories. So when one shopper spotted and shared an incredible shoe find in store that looks just like a designer pair, social media took note. As reported on the Liverpool Echo, the eagle-eyed Primark shopper was quick to share to Twitter that she had spotted a pair of shoes at Primark which she claims are "the exact same shoe" as a pair by designer brand YSL. While the YSL 'Amber sandals will set you back an eye-watering £480 from online designer store Farfetch, the Primark pair only cost a tenner. Both share a similar minimal black strappy high heeled design. Sadly shoppers cannot purchase the amazing dupe online as Primark's website doesn't offer online shopping, so fashionistas will need to head into their nearest store to hunt them down instead. Primark has remained a popular choice with Brits watching their pennies since lockdown restrictions lifted. Read More Related Articles Asda, Tesco, Aldi and Morrisons: We visited supermarkets in a face mask and this is what we saw Read More Related Articles Primark shares eight changes for UK shoppers as it opens stores The chain saw huge queues as scores of shoppers flocked to its stores from the early hours of the morning when it reopened across the UK in June. The chain has also implemented strict social distancing rules for both shoppers and staff safety, following government guidelines.
Primark's 'Covid-ready' safety measures Extra security - Extra security staff will be added to the team to help with a queuing system and to make sure people are following the rules. Warning signs - Signs will be put around the shops and on the floor to explain the rules. Emptier aisles - The number of customers allowed in the store at any time will be limited. By having fewer people in the store, both shoppers and staff will be able to stay a safe distance away from each other. Tills closed - Primark will only reopen every other till, meaning there is extra staff being staff working behind the counter and customers paying.
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PPE - PPE will be available to every member of staff who wants to wear one. Sanitiser - There will also be hand sanitiser stations at the front of every store, so customers can wash their hands as they arrive. Screens - Perspex screens have been put in front of the tills. More cleaners - All shops will be cleaned more often during the day, with particular focus on 'touch points' - including tills, escalators and lifts. They will also do extra cleaning of staff areas.
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