Those looking to buy this store’s jackets online will be upset when they realize there’s no official website where they can do that. There are still ways to buy a variety of Primark jackets over the web, none of them are actually setup or sanctioned by the Ireland-based retail giant. With Primark stores all across the UK, and with a high presence in London and especially on Oxford Street, we thought it best to show some examples of coats, blazers and more featured on the store’s official website.
Some Jackets you Wish you Could Purchase…
Little Red Riding Hoodless
This first selection is a very adorable unit, with a bold red color and symetrical buttons to compliment the look. Far from rigid but extremely clean and precise, the red jacket ends between the waist and the knees and provides full coverage over standard-length Primark shirts. The sleeves are three-quarters length, which makes it a cute and slightly less formal cover-up, but which also sadly makes it less effective as a legitimate winter coat.
The name of the jacket model is known as the “Ovoid Coat” and the expressionless-faced lady is holding a patent, vintage-inspired handbag. Deep pink tights and white shoes with medium heels compliment the sassy combination.
Another One for the Girls
This is one that everybody would like to get their hands on. This particular jacket from Primark can be seen online but can’t be bought. The best thing to do is take away as much information about the product as you can, helping you decide whether it’s worth it to make the effort of going into one of the 215+ Primark Store locations.
They call this particular blue cover-up the “heart print coat,” and it’s unfortunate that we can’t see a closer image because it’s easy to assume the fabric has hearts somehow printed on the material. The red skirt has pockets, making it more functional than your standard mini-skirt, and the half-length boots lace up the entire way for hardcore support and a strong look.
Jackets for Men – Because They Get Cold Too
Sometimes classic is the best way to go, and this can be especially true when it comes to mens leather jackets. This brown number is almost of a “bomber” style, with elastic cuffs and pockets on the front, although not too cumbersome or three-dimensional as some old-school jackets often appear. Naturally leather is a more long-lasting material, and with that improvement comes an increase in cost. There are not any Primark Prices listed on their website, so one can only guess as to how much you would have to spend on something like this.
Much like big tires on a truck that never leaves the pavement, it seems ironic that shoppers of this chain would don sporting gear as though to wear it to an actual match. It would be a shame to dirty up this men’s jacket, though, with bright yellow numbering and trim, along with three buttons down the front of the jacket and three more closely placed at the bottom.
If you can find a way to keep this one from fading, which seems like a pesky task considering the quality of fabrics and dyes often used in less-than-boutique-level garments, it will be a good addition to you “trying to look cool without trying too hard” collection. Even if it doesn’t hold up as well as one would hope, the price is still right even if just for a single season.
Where can I buy these clothes online?
Can you buy these items and ones like them somewhere over the internet? Yes, most definitely. Will it be from a legitimate retailer? Will it come with a return policy, will you be able to exchange it for a different size, what if it’s not authentic in some way? These are all concerns you should have, because the lack of an official “buy” option on Primark’s website makes it easy for some people to sell second-hand clothes. The problem with this method is that many vendors may mark something as “new” when in fact it has been worn or passed around several times.