By Lucy Buglass
Boots are an essential winter item, but sometimes they can be pricey. If you’re looking to save this festive season, Primark’s new boots look great and they’re an absolute bargain.
Priced at just £18, we can see why they’ve racked up over 50,000 likes on Instagram from excited Primark shoppers everywhere.
The knee-high boots were uploaded to their official Instagram account, with a caption that reads, ‘These boots were made for walking into the most wonderful time of the year 🎄Boots £18/€22/$23’.
The boots impressed many shoppers, with people praising the good value for money. So you definitely don’t need to break the bank to step out in style throughout the winter season.
They're available in UK stores across the country. as well as some European countries and America too.
Many noted how luxurious the boots looked, with some even claiming that they were very similar to high-end designs that they'd seen.
One tagged a friend and wrote,‘how expensive do these look!’
Another added,, ‘NEED these boots 😍😍’
A third said, ‘These boots 😍😍 Prada dupes’
And a fourth agreed, ‘THESE BOOTS THOUGH 😍’
Unfortunately online shopping is not available via Primark, so you’d have to battle the winter crowds and head to your nearest store to pick them up. We’re sure it would be worth it though!
Primark have been impressing shoppers this season, as they recently revealed their £30 dupe of the Oliver Bonas £395 Bamboo Drinks Trolley. That’s a very impressive saving!
If you want to ensure you’re keeping up with the latest trends, we revealed which shoe everyone will be wearing this festive season. Better be quick though, they’re selling out fast…
Whatever you’re after this festive season, it seems Primark has got you covered for all the winter fashion essentials. Their latest collections could make for the perfect Christmas present, or a treat for yourself.
Could this be an excuse for a much needed shopping spree? We think so!
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