Now that it’s officially winter, our shopping habits have drastically changed.

Shoppers are constantly on the lookout for cute jumpers, warm coats, and comfy winter shoes (as well as a hot drink and a stroll down Oxford Street to see the Christmas lights).

And Primark’s new range has really caught shoppers’ eye, with a whole new wintery range sure to keep you warm and cosy this December.

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Yesterday (December 25), the retailer posted a photo to its Instagram of a series of three cable-knit jumpers in brown, beige and cream.

The jumpers are a two-in-one style with crisp white shirts for a clean-cut look.

It added the caption: “Chic layers for cooler temps 2-in-1 Knits from £15/€18/$20 #Primark#InStoreNow.”

Shoppers immediately flocked to the comments to say how much they loved the new range.

One wrote: “IM IN LOVEEEEEEE.”

Another said: “Need them all omg.”

“Want and need,” agreed another.

And one fan who already owned one of the jumpers confirmed what everyone was thinking. She said: “I’ve got the burgundy one it’s so comfy.”

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Primark replied to the fan: “Perfect for the current weather.”

“I need the other 2 now,” one other shopper commented with heart eyed emojis.

It comes just after Primark announced that after a year of issues with stock, Primark’s shops are stocked and full for Christmas.

The issues had come from the UK’s shortage of lorry drivers, as well as problems which arose from coronavirus, BBC News reports.

But chief executive George Weston said: “Your size in basic T-shirts might not be available on a certain day, but it might be the next day.”

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