Fashion fans go wild as Primark introduce seamless JUMPSUITS – and they're only £14 | The Sun

ITS seamless sets are loved by women countrywide.

And now Primark is expecting similar success after introducing a jumpsuit in the same style – and it's only £14.

Fashion fans have been taking to TikTok in their droves to share videos of the jumpsuits, after snapping them up in their local stores.

"Girls, run to Primark. Seamless jumpsuits only £14!" Mercedes wrote over her video.

The clip showed the one-piece in a rose pink and black, and highlighted the crossover back and hole design up each leg.

"Were they in the underwear or gym section?" one person asked.

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To which Mercedes replied: "Next to the autumn stuff really xx but are labelled as gym wear."

She also shared a video of herself trying the one-piece on, with one person commenting: "I managed to pick up the last black one in my primark today!!

"Thanks for sharing."

"How would you style??" another asked.

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With Mercedes replying: "With a jumper and gilet, workout outfit?? Xx a perfect simple wardrobe piece."

Michaela Maher also shared a video of the jumpsuits, as she advised getting a smaller size than usual because they're so stretchy.

"they are sooo comfy," someone commented on the video.

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"these would be so warm and it just looks like leggings," another added.

But not everyone was convinced, with one writing: "What in the flash dance are these?"

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