Primark S/S 2009 Lookbook

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  1. lucy92

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    It's all kind of cute and it definitely fits in with the dressing-like-kids trends.
    I just don't enjoy the picnic plaid swimsuit. It feels tacky. :rofl:
     
  3. kasmslo

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    Really like that cute short floral dress... actually, I love the whole ensemble.
    I would wear the outfit in a heartbeat.
    The collection as a whole is very spring... very fresh and young... I like what I see.
     
  4. Bulle

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    very cute
     
  5. Dali

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    I like the first outfit (-the necklace)
     
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    Primark has a look book? Shame that they dont show the rest of the clothes,i.e the mannaquins in the store window here dressed top to toe in velour track suits.
     
  7. Crying Diamonds

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    ^ Lol

    I'm liking that last dress.
     
  8. gossiping

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    Some of the floral print skirts and dresses LOOK cute here

    but when you get into the shop, it's a whole different story.
     
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    ahhh the last dress is a dream!
     
  10. dumbfairy

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    That last dress seems to be a popular choice. Which means it's coming to 1000 girls near you soon ^_^
     
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    oh dear pretty tragic :/
     
  12. gossiping

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    :lol: so true
     
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    :lol: it's amazing how it looks nice on here, but when you go into the shops it's repulsive!
     
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    I agree with dumbfairy....since when did Primark have a lookbook?! I thought it was just one big random assortment of stuff.
     
  15. gossiping

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    they had one last season too, it's so often i can never find a single thing featured in these anyway though :ninja:
     
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    I'm not really a fan of any of it tbh and I never go to Primark because of the awful crowds, mess and rudeness of the people in there! Also because I know I will see about 100 people in one day wearing the same thing...
     
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    tigerrouge don't look down

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    Yes, I remember there was a grey leopardprint cardigan for £6 or £8 that lots of girls bought at the time; it was so popular it appeared again in the stores a few months later, so everyone else could have a second chance of getting one.

    There's also the false economy of the £1 belt that breaks after you wear it a few times, during the mere act of bending the material to thread it through the buckle.

    However, I did once get a woollen coat in a dark wine shade, that's perfectly tailored from shoulders to waist, for around £20, which has lasted me two winters and is still good for more wear to come.
     
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    The complete collection from prshots.com:

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    (same source...I left out a few really boring pieces)
     
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    When is it out in stores??
     

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