Bachelorette party season is upon us – but shopping for accessories like sashes and the all-important veil can be an expensive affair. Take Primark a step further, with an economy range for the big night that shoppers rave about.
The fashion chain’s bachelorette party gear includes everything from glasses to clips, belts, headbands and rosettes. There’s also a £5 mid-length bow veil attached to a hair clip, with an oversized cream bow at the top.
The find was shared on ICT Tac by Mirib, 23, who is getting married next year. She said: ‘Don’t walk, RUN to Primark’, adding in the caption that she is ‘in love with this bridal find’.
Another customer replied that she bought the same bow veil for her bachelorette party, describing it as “perfect”, while another added: “How cute!!”.
The bow veil isn’t currently featured on Primark’s website – suggesting you’ll need to be quick to pick one up from your local store. But another bride to veil is also available.
Retailing for £4, it features gold lettering on mesh fabric and a barrette. Primark says: “Get into the obligatory bachelorette party decor with our chic bridal veil. With “Bride to Be” printed in bold gold lettering on the sheer mesh fabric, a satin-look hem, and a French zipper to tie it into the hair, it’s an IG-worthy addition to your pre-Christmas celebrations. wedding.”
You can also opt for a pair of ‘Team Bride’ glasses for £2 or a personalized bridal bulldog clip or ‘Team Bride’ gold metal headband for £3. Meanwhile, Primark describes a £6 bridal straw hat as “the perfect accessory for bachelorette parties or summer honeymoons”.
The description adds: “Finished with a tan band and embossed with gold ‘Bride’ lettering (which shines in the light!), this hat will keep your head shaded from the sun, allowing you to focus on what you’re doing. which is important: enjoy every moment. . A special keepsake too, we say nothing but ‘yes’ looking at this beautiful hat!”
Primark items are not available for purchase online, but its website now allows customers to check stock levels at their local store.
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