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Bag a real bargain with latest Lidl arm candy

By Helen Carson

Published 07/07/2015

Lidl is unzipping a new line in bags. This bag is £9.99
Lidl is unzipping a new line in bags. This bag is £9.99
Lidl is unzipping a new line in bags. This bag is £9.99
Lidl is unzipping a new line in bags. This bag is £6.99
Lidl is unzipping a new line in bags. This bag is £6.99

Fashionistas can bag themselves some serious style at value-for-money supermarket chain Lidl, which is launching its first collection of handbags.

And there is no bag tax on these super stylish accessories that are far too cool to stash the weekly shop in.

Biker or boho, it doesn't matter what seasonal trend you are channelling, expect contemporary arm candy for less than a tenner at Lidl.

Following its fashion debut earlier this year, Lidl is extending its more dash, less cash Esmara collection to include women's accessories too.

The bag bounty includes everything from totes to crossbody, with prices from £6.99 to £9.99 in the range to be launched on Thursday.

Get into easy-to-wear neutral gear with the camel tote which is a steal at £9.99. There is also a cavernous shoulder bag version for those who don't travel light in black or beige at the same price - it's pretty enough for daytime use, but functional enough to store a laptop.

Meanwhile, a classic black quilted bag is a wardrobe staple, while the on-trend large bucket bag, at £9.99, is a purse-friendly way to add some edgy glamour and store all those summer essentials.

And off-duty chic is easily achieved with the super soft and slouchy crossbody bag, £6.99. or add a touch of kitsch with a petrol blue satchel, also £6.99.

Jasmine O'Brien, PR manager with Lidl Northern Ireland, said: "We're very excited to be launching our first collection of ladies bags this summer."

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