I love this shop. I can get some great "on trend" clothes for a fraction of the price from other shops. The clothes don't always last forever, but neither does fashion, so thats fine. The queue's are always pretty big, and people tend to chuck the clothes all over the place, but other than this it's a great value high street store.
Great price for upto date throwaway fasion, their items were not made to last more than 1 season and their basics such as t-shirts and underwear is great value. stores can look a bit like a jumblesale on a busy Saturday. It would be great if they developed an online store too.
Primark always has the REAL bargins!! If you can't find something for yourself, you are sure to find something as a gift for someone else! Don't be duped by the expensive high street stores, Primark has quality stock and great styles so you won't be disappointed. The stores are huge and have everything from fashion (men/women/children), accessories, to things for the home.
With myself (I like to think of as a modern thirty something) and 2 teenage daughters of 16 and 12, (both with different ideas of fashion ~ one a typical girly of skirts, pretty tops and dolly shoes and the other a check shirt, khakis and pumps/boots type of girl ~ PRIMARK is the place to go! With fashion changing every few minute and trying to keep up with the costs of 2 growing girls and a new monthly wardrobe for each, Primark really is the only constant option for me! The only downfall the shop has, is the clothes can warp and the quality of materials isn't that of say Next, however as the prices are unbeatable almost £10-£20 cheaper than the likes of Next, Debenhams and New Look, who can complain! With a forever changing fashion society, Primark's fashion is as hot as the catwalks and really are leagues above their expensive high street chain or boutique counterparts. Primark has the ULTIMATE FIVE STARS and then some from me!
Primark may be temptingly cheap but everything I have ever purchased from there has brought home the old adage, "Buy Cheap, Buy Twice". I no longer shop there and prefer to save up for better quality versions. The only way I could justify ever shopping there again would be when buying for babies / small children as the life span of their clothing is much shorter, making spending lots of money to buy them a waste. Having said that the fact that their supply chain allegedly has some very questionable links (i.e. workers in developing countries not being paid a living wage by Primark sub-contractors in order to keep wholesale prices as low as possible) makes me feel uncomfortable about buying from there at all.
primark are popular because of their low prices and good clothes, I beg to differ on the 'good clothes' aspect.
Labour is driven by slave trade abroad and the clothes don't last as long as clothes should. Customers are only happy because they can go back and buy another hand-made-by-child garment then the current one inevitably breaks.
Good website when you want to find out store opening times, phone numbers etc. But would be even better if they had a shop online option like all other high street stores. Or they could even just show new designs to 'look out for' in store.
I like your stuff for the summer wear. But I speak for every guy when I say your in-store experience is monsterous. Any mention from the missus of a visit to Primark, my answer is "I'll be in the pub, ring me when you're done". You need to up your ecommerce game and install a shopping cart onto your site. Not only will it increase your revenue but make many average bodied UK blokes like myself very happy by having not to wait in a Primark queue listening to kids crying and middle aged mums talking about "oh no she didn't" on last night's Eastenders. (not a stereotype).