As a fast fashion brand, Primark is constantly creating new looks.

Bucking the trend of choosing darker colors in winter, he’s released a selection of items to inject some color into your wardrobes. But, in keeping with the colder weather, the shop still opted for a warm and soft material.

The brand posted snaps on its Instagram that encompass a range of outfits.

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Some shoppers thought the fluffy pastel looks were ‘comfortable and lovely’

First up is the fluffy lilac sweater, handbag and matching mini heels.

Next is the plush pastel green combo – a tote bag, handbag, slip-on shoes, bucket hat – topped with a quilted jacket in the same color.

What follows are classic denim jeans, a patterned blue knit sweater and fluffy beige slip-on shoes with a handbag made from the same material that is finished with a gold chain handle.

Finally, it’s the turn of the blue collection, with the fluffy blue mini heels, a cute cardigan tied in the front with a fluffy collar, ripped jeans and another fluffy handbag with a golden chain but this time in the pastel blue color.

Primark captioned the photos: “Fresh and fun [heart emoji] Our new collection of pastel accessories has everything you need to add a pop of color to your A/W looks! Prices from £5/€6/$7 #Primark #NewArrivals. »

Fans were ‘obsessed’ with the clothes, with one saying: ‘These looks are amazing [emoji with heart eyes]”.



Again a blue color scheme but some warm beige added too

Another added: “So cute [heart emoji]’, and another chimed in and wrote: ‘Comfortable and lovely.

However, one eagle-eyed shopper pointed to a problem with the selection, urging the brand to “DO BETTER”.



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They were referring to the size in which Primark offers its clothes, saying they are not inclusive enough for all body sizes, and also arguing that more plus-size models should be used to advertise its clothes.

Shop sizes range from a 2XS, which equals a UK size 4/6, to a 2XL or UK size 22/24, but not everyone thought the size was accurate.

The buyer commented, “Are you ever going to use plus size mannequins? Or even sell inclusive sizes. I tried on an ’18’, I didn’t understand my thighs. I had to put my 16 jeans back on. DO BETTER!”

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