Poundland started clothing including children uniform starting from £2 from Lycra Brand the same supplier of Marks & Spencer, Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury's etc
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Poundland started clothing including children uniform starting from £2 from Lycra Brand the same supplier of Marks & Spencer, Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury's etc

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Found 26th Apr 2017
Poundland started clothing including children uniform from Lycra Brand which is the same supplier of Marks & Spencer, Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury's etc.
I was really bothered to post this deal because of few people who will say for the quality of the clothing so I bought the uniform 2 weeks for my children from Argyle Street store, did 4 washing and believe me its the same quality of above mentioned stores because the supplier is same "LYCRA"
Now its upto you guys if you want to waste the money in expensive stores which are obviously selling the same brand clothing with their own price tags or want to save a fortune.

Prices & Age:
Girls / Boys Trousers: 3-14 years (£2-£3)
Girls / Boys 2 Pack T-Shirts: 3-14 years (£2-£3)
Girls / Boys Socks: 3-14 years (£2-£3)
Girls Pinafore: 3-14 years (£2-£4)
Girls Jeggins: 3-14 years (£2-£4)
Girls Leggins 3 Pack 3-14 years (£2-£4)

Available in black, grey, blue, brown, yellow, red, burgundy.

Also they are doing school leather shoes starting from £5.

Brand info: facebook.com/LYC…nd/

Thanks for your time, Good luck
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Why so many people having a go for what people put in their post, this person took time and effort to help people save money, If you have nothing good to say then say nowt... Heat
lycra brand.....lol.
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Hot from me! school uniform gets messy so always good to get more. only thing I look at is shirts and whether have non iron ones.

info on lycra material

en.m.wikipedia.org/wik…dex

cannot resist a joke... I love cotton brand. hot post though!
They own Pep&Co do you not mean they have some clothing in their stores as they are squeezing clothing in my local
lycra brand.....lol.
G0OSE

Lycra is in the fabric.....not the manufacturer.This makes the garment … Lycra is in the fabric.....not the manufacturer.This makes the garment 'stretchy' which then returns to it's normal shape.


Agreed, But that's manufacturer's brand with the same name lycra.com/en/
m.facebook.com/LYC…_GB

Edited by: "alltimeboss" 26th Apr 2017
alltimeboss

Agreed, But that's manufacturer's brand with the same name … Agreed, But that's manufacturer's brand with the same name https://www.lycra.com/en/https://m.facebook.com/LYCRAbrand/?locale2=en_GB


Think where the confusion lies is that LYCRA is a brand but it refers to the fibre.
Will be checking them out but personally I find Sainsburys to be the best quality when it comes to uniform
samzam

Will be checking them out but personally I find Sainsburys to be the best … Will be checking them out but personally I find Sainsburys to be the best quality when it comes to uniform



Same
Lycra brand, is he on a wind up?
pep and co bought poundland and are introducing items into all stores

Edited by: "judyparslow" 28th Apr 2017
Should be £1?
Why so many people having a go for what people put in their post, this person took time and effort to help people save money, If you have nothing good to say then say nowt... Heat
Is Poundland a pound shop anymore seems to be more and more items over the pound now
judyparslow

pep and co brought poundland and are introducing items into all stores


"...brought..."! X) X)
ashman33

Should be £1?



Why? Do you work in poundlands pricing department or just a bit thick?
sonygeezer

Is Poundland a pound shop anymore seems to be more and more items over … Is Poundland a pound shop anymore seems to be more and more items over the pound now


But they are still very good value for money. Not everything can cost £ 1. Only thing I dont like about them is their Pound shop monopoly in many British High Streets after they were allowed by the government to buy 99P stores and shut the excess 99p stores in areas where they had a Poundland as well.
sonygeezer

Is Poundland a pound shop anymore seems to be more and more items over … Is Poundland a pound shop anymore seems to be more and more items over the pound now



I was just about to say the same! POUNDland it's in the name
should be a pound???????????
poundland have always had some offers for 6 pounds etc
Lycra is a brand of fibre in clothes. It isn't a manufacturer of clothes.

you can also get generic brand spandex fibres.

Just because the brand of material used is the same doesn't mean the clothes are made in the same way or will measure and fit as well.

Its like saying you used Dulux paint, but a professional painter will still do a better job of painting compared to doing it yourself. Just because branded Dulux paint is used doesn't mean the job will be done well.Similarly just because branded Lycra is used, doesn't mean the clothes are well made.
Poundland is owned by South African based company Steinhoff (google them), who paid £597million for it.
Steinhoff also previously bid for Argos, but failed, but do own numerous furniture related business, including Harveys and Bensons for Beds.
are any stores in the Blackpool area doing these ? x
Lycra brand lol some ppl have not got a clue lol you can make clothes as cheap as you want when you make them in their world countries where they have no regulations and work for buttons .
I prefer home bargains more colour full Poundland a colours and lighting are very depressing
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