I found a sumptuous summer dress from Primark for £21

FIRST the Rita Ora collection and now summer items – Primark offers all the style inspiration we need this summer.

Shoppers have been flocking to their local store to purchase dresses perfect for the holidays and co-ord sets perfect for summer.

Primark shoppers think this dress is perfect for the summer holidaysCredit: Instagram
But it’s not the only dress they’re obsessed withCredit: Instagram

And now it’s a pink and gold maxi dress that’s making shoppers shine.

The £25 knitted gown is complete with a multi-hued stripe pattern, a gold neckline and a gold hem around the shoulders.

Shopping bible Gals Love High Street took to Instagram to show it off.

“I already regret not picking up this dress at Primark for the holidays,” wrote the creator behind the account.

Fashionistas flocked to the comments to share their thoughts.

“Oh, you have to go back for it,” Suminder Pelaez replied.

“I need this cute song,” Stephanie Trolle said.

Other shoppers called the dress “lush” and “stunning.”

“But which Primark is that in, because when I go to my city I never see anything,” groaned Cleofe Plasencia.

The Gals Love High Street film featuring the dress has since gone viral, with more than 11,000 people snapping the dress in the past week.

Last week, a new £21 dress from Primark left Brits wanting to leave.

The black and white knitted dress, which is currently available in stores but not online, ticks all the boxes.

It is close-fitting, but also practical and cooling.

The thin shoulder straps frame the straight neckline, while the midi length is designed to rest mid-calf.

It features geometric knit patterns, with black laces through the body and blocks the hem and neckline.

This knitted dress is a hit with Primark shoppersCredit: Instagram/Primark

Primark plans to invest more than £100 million in its UK stores by 2024 as it celebrates 50 years on the British high street.

Kari Rodgers, UK Retail Director at Primark, said: “We have changed a lot in the fifty years since we opened the doors to our first store in Derby in the UK in 1974.

“But at our core we are still the same.

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“We are as committed as ever to providing the very best value on the high street and making great fashion more affordable and accessible to everyone.

“This latest investment means bigger and better stores, hundreds of new jobs across the country and shows our continued commitment to the British high street.”