Can you guess which of these fashion items are from budget retailer PEP&CO?
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PEP&CO is set to open further outlets inside Poundland stores in Ipswich and Clacton this month. But can you guess which of these items are from PEP&CO and which are from higher end retailers?
Inspired by pastel shades, Aztec prints and slogan fonts, PEP&CO is giving many other fashion stores a run for their money with its budget friendly summer collection.
Dubbed ‘Britain’s fast-growing fashion brand’ PEP&CO will open a second ‘shop-in-shop’ in Ipswich tomorrow, inside sister store Poundland in Carr Street,
It follows the success of its first Ipswich ‘shop-in-shop’ within Poundland in Sailmakers shopping centre, which opened earlier this month.
The Clacton PEP&CO will open next Friday in Poundland, Pier Avenue.
Karen Harris, marketing director of PEP&CO, said: “PEP&CO is about affordable fashion for all the family, and shoppers in Clacton will be the latest to find out why we have become Britain’s fastest growing fashion retailer.
“This summer is all about trends such as Candy Crush; colourful palettes of Bubble Gum Pinks, Pastel Yellow, Aqua, Coral and Pale Blue. Slogan Front Print Tees and Stripes are key to this trend.
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“Then there’s Colonial Cuba, this story is led by leaf, floral, tropical and Aztec prints in a colour palette of Pearl, Blush, Russet, Burnt Orange, Mustard and Khaki. Cold shoulders, Bardots and Camis are key shapes across tops and dresses.”
Do you think you could tell PEP&CO clothing apart from other High Street retailers? Take this quiz to find out.