I did a huge summer haul in Primark – there's so many lovely pieces, people say I make everything look good | The Sun

A SAVVY fashionista has overhauled her summer wardrobe after doing an epic clothing haul in Primark.

Emma O'Donnell, from Glasgow, paid a visit to the bargain high street store this week.

And the 36-year-old wasn't disappointed as she filled a massive bag with summery outfits.

Sharing her haul with followers online, the mum-of-three said: "When in doubt…shop your feelings baby gurl.

"Primark always have my heart at this time of year.

"There’s so many lovely little things. Primark never lets us down."

Emma – a social media blogger – bagged a black strappy midi dress, straw bag and black sandals for a casual summer look.

She also picked up a pretty white and blue floral mini dress which she paired with white flip flops and a larger wicker handbag, and a blue stripey dress to wear with rope effect sliders.

And Emma made sure she had a splash of colour in her haul with a pair of £14 orange trousers, which she modelled with a one-shouldered vest top.

She completed her spree with a white broderie shirt, oversized Nirvana T-shirt,cream cargo shorts and a black embroidered crop top.

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A video of her shopping spree has racked up more than 13,000 views since it was posted on Instagram (@a_mothers_tale).

And fashion fans have insisted she suits everything she bought.

One said: "You look amazing in all of them."

A second gushed: "You legit suit everything and make every look good. I think you could style a plastic bag."

A third asked: "How come u can pull all those outfits off?!"

Meanwhile, a fourth wrote: "Love it all."

We told earlier how Emma found the perfect jeans for spring in Tesco – and they were only £18.

The mum gushed: "They are so pretty and the cut is perfect."

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