First look inside Primark ahead of shops opening on 12 April – from pastel dresses & floppy hats to chic sunglasses

PRIMARK is set to reopen its doors next month and fans have been given a sneak peek at the spring/summer range we can expect. 

A video captured inside a store shows pastel-coloured dresses, floppy hats and chic sunglasses – perfect for post-lockdown socialising. 

The video was captured by YouTuber Deeteeforyou inside a store in the Netherlands, so the lines may be slightly different but they give the idea of the incredible items we can expect. 

The clip shows cute, bardot-style tops, paired with high-waisted mom jeans. 

Another rack shows floppy sun hats paired by blue sun dresses, which look perfect for park visits with friends. 

There are also shirts in numerous colours, mini denim skirts and tan-coloured bum bags – ideal for any parties when restrictions ease.

And of course, with bodysuits being all the rage, Primark has a number of chic offerings that can be paired seamlessly with shorts or skirts. 

Primark is always handy for stocking up on affordable accessories, and this year they have adorable straw bags available to buy.

If you are like us and enjoy popping to the stores to pick up some purse-friendly sunglasses, you are also in luck.

As part of their new collection, Primark has stacks of stylish options on their racks.

Some of the glasses even have matching scrunchies and headbands – sign us up.

For Converse fans, Primark has some dupes in their range which would look stylish paired with their denim shorts or maxi skirts. 

Primark told Fabulous: “We are really looking forward to welcoming our customers back to our stores in England on the provisional re-opening date of 12 April. 

"We know our customers will love our amazing new Spring/Summer ranges, including bright leisurewear in spring pastels, as well as some exciting new collaborations with Disney and Pineapple, which will all be in-store when we re-open. 

"As always, safety remains our top priority and we will continue to have extensive safety measures in place to help ensure that our employees and customers can return to Primark with confidence.”

Primark has revealed its plans for reopening stores following the coronavirus lockdown.

The high street fashion chain has been shut since January 4, when the third lockdown forced all non-essential stores to close.

Primark is planning to reopen its 153 stores in England on April 12.

It then plans on reopening its 20 shops in Scotland on April 26, its owner ABF revealed in a 

Non-essential retailers, including Primark, have to make their businesses “Covid-secure” before reopening.

This includes making sure people can keep a safe distance from one another, and staggering shift times.

In other words, shoppers should expect a number of changes when Primark stores reopen.

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This previously included every other till being closed, perspex screens at checkouts and restrictions on customer numbers – which meant you had to queue to get inside.

Primark stores also had marshals on doors to monitor customer numbers and there were extra cleaning regimes in place.

The Sun has rounded up all the changes here.

You can now buy a Primark T-shirt air freshener for when you’re missing the store’s smell & it’s only £2.49.

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