Primark fans left divided over new-in unitards with some scrambling to nab them and others saying they give ‘chav’ vibes

WE ALL love Primark for the cheap clothes, stunning shoes, make-up dupes and luxe homeware, but it’s the new-in unitards that have left shoppers divided.

While some fashion fans are scrambling to nab the brand new gym all-in-one sets, others are unsure about them and have said they give ‘chav’ vibes.

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Tik TokSome fashion fans are scrambling to snap them up, whilst others say they scream ‘chav’ and ‘Power Ranger’ vibes[/caption]

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Primark took to their official TikTok account to show off the new-in clothing items, urging shoppers to run to stores fast to nab them before they sell out.

In the clip, we saw the unitards being filmed in a Primark store. 

The stylish all-in-ones is no longer limited to dancers or figure skaters, as these sets can be worn as a sleek workout outfit or as a comfy base layer.

The pink, blue and black sport unitards are just $12 each [£10] and the sets have a built-in sports bra, so are perfect for working out.

They are made from a soft, stretchy material and boast a halter neck front and racerback design for a stylish finish. 

Also benefiting from a seamfree construction, this unitard aims to reduce friction and chafing for more comfortable wear. 

Primark shared the clip to the video sharing platform just 19 hours ago, but it has quickly gone viral and has amassed a whopping 5 million views.

It has 541.1k likes, 13.6k comments and 11.6k shares.

Some shoppers were desperate to bag the unitards, with many eager to get down to their local Primark as quickly as possible. 

One person said: “I need every colour.” 

Another added: “I’m running to Primark, every colour I’m getting.”

A third commented: “Pink one is calling my name.”

Whilst someone else posted: “I NEED THIS.” 

Meanwhile, other social media users weren’t as keen on the unitards and said they gave them ‘chav’ vibes and reminded them of Power Rangers.

One woman noted: “They don’t compliment smaller figures though just baggy in the wrong places then tight in the wrong places too.”

A second chimed in: “Idk if I like or don’t like.”

A third claimed: “This is giving me major chav vibes.”

Whilst another user simply said: “POWER RANGEER.”