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Want bargain 'leather' jacket? Try Lidl for just £14.99

By Helen Carson

Published 12/08/2015

The leather-look jacket at Lidl
The leather-look jacket at Lidl
The leather-look jacket at Lidl

Lidl is adding to its reputation for cut-price fashion with a leather-look jacket which will be in Northern Ireland stores on Monday - with a price tag of 14.99.

The value-for-money supermarket made its fashion debut earlier this year when it launched a successful handbag collection, the cheapest of which cost just £6.99.

And the latest salvo in the supermarket style wars, in the form of a classic biker faux leather jacket, is expected to be a big seller. The jacket and other equally well-priced clothing, which are part of Lidl's Autumn/Winter range from the Esmara collection called See You in Berlin, will appear alongside the grocery aisles just in time for the new season.

Other fashion finds available at a fraction of the high street cost will include boucle jackets with leather piping at £14.99, denim-look leggings at £3.99, sports luxe tops at £3.99 and sunglasses at £2.99.

The jacket, which will be available in sizes 10-15, has quilting on the sleeve, zip detailing and silver tone hardware to complete the look.

Keeping with the sports luxe theme, headphones in a variety of colours, from £7.99, will also be part of the fashion line-up.

Meanwhile, beauty fans can get a first look at a range of eyeshadow palettes for £2.99 and magnetic nail polish sets at £1.99, arriving in store next week.

The Boulevard de Beaute eye colours will be available in three different tones with a purse-friendly price.

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