A woman celebrated the lifting of lockdown with an early-morning trip to Primark and has shared her staggering haul on TikTok.
Becca, who lives in Norfolk, splurged about £100 in the fast fashion boutique for a colourful selection of workout sets and summer clothes.
In a "reveal" video she shared on her TikTok, the overjoyed customer said she woke up at 5.30am to head to Primark's Norwich branch after they finally opened their doors after the lockdown.
"Here's what I got," she said while showing 19 items she bought from the shop.
Becca revealed her pastel-coloured gym co-ords as well as three sets of top and biker shorts.
She also grabbed two lovely gingham sets with a puff-sleeved top and matching shorts for just £16 each, which are perfect for summery weather in the forthcoming months.
Rather than spending £15 for a bodysuit in Zara, Becca bagged herself two dupes for only £10.
Her shopping bag also included two cropped tank tops in pink and white, a £8 white sneaker, two loungewear shorts and a £5 bikini set.
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Other than clothing, the fashion lover spent about £10 on makeup and accessories including a necklace, a lip gloss, two sets of fake eyelashes and some hairbands.
Viewers were amazed by the Spring/Summer collection and praised for Becca's choices.
One said: "So jealous because I'm working but lovely clothes, I love your styles."
Another commented: "I want one of those gym set things so bad they would look so nice with a flannel."
A third added: "Looks like everyone in summer is gonna be wearing the same outfits!"
Some said they queued up at 10am but couldn't get their sizes as most of the items were "sold out".
Becca responded by saying: "Maybe if you try and get there really early if you can, they might have more stock. They restock every night I think."
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