Love a bargain? You might want to pay your nearest Lidl store a visit.
On Monday 25 August, the cut-price supermarket chain is launching its first clothes collection for women.
Lidl is hoping to compete with established budget clothes brands including Primark, Asda, known for its George range, and Tesco's Florence & Fred label.
The Telegraph reports the purse-friendly collection will feature a £14.99 leather jacket, stretch jeans for £6.99, and shirts for £5.99. There will be footwear too, with ankle boots available for under a tenner while casual shoes will be priced at £6.99.
There's no need for boys to feel left out of the bargain-hunting either - the menswear line is due to arrive in stores in November.
"This is the first time ever that we've done such a high-end fashion promotion and we're hugely excited about launching these lines on 25th August," Josie Stone, non-food buying manager at Lidl, told the newspaper.
"Not only are these jackets bang on trend for this season but they're also £15 a pop, which is unbeatable value for such high quality. So we'd advise customers to be quick getting down to stores on 25th because they're likely to be snapped up very quickly."
So, the next time you want to update your wardrobe without feeling too guilty about how much you're spending, you know where to go.
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