But the problem is, fans of the department store cannot buy it yet because the stores are closed due to the lockdown.
Not only that, Primark has yet to launch an online store, which means buyers have to wait until at least February to get their hands on some bargain-priced purchases.
As usual, Primark took to their Instagram feed this week to share an image of their new take on – a new camel-colored track top and matching pants.
The post garnered more than 20,000 fan likes hailing the outfit as “lush,” according to the Echo.
Primark’s post caused enormous excitement, leading its customers to beg the retailer to sell its products online during the lockdown.
One Instagram user said, “Smoking we didn’t go to primark the other day. ”
Another tagged their friend and wrote, “I told you I need a Primark transport, I can’t survive the lockdown without it. ”
A third said, “Why am I missing this? Why don’t you have online orders? ”
“Hi Primark, this is what you could have gotten,” a fourth stormed.
Primark responded to questions about online orders earlier this week.
When a fan suggested the retailer switch to online shopping, Pimark responded with a blow to online shopping hopes, writing, “We will pass your suggestion on, but we have to tell you David, an online store. is not in our plans! ”