Budget high street retailer Pep&Co is set to open two pop-up shops in Northern Ireland for the first time.
It's opening stores in Coleraine and Londonderry, at its sister brand Poundland.
The stores will open inside Poundland and will offer a range of clothes.
Pep&Co's managing director, Adrian Mountford, said:“We’ve always thought Pep&Co would thrive in Northern Ireland and I’m delighted our partnership with Poundland brings the brand over much more quickly than we could have done on our own.
“We might be a new brand, but we’re one that customers love once they find us. The combination of Pep&Co’s design and style credentials, with pricing that’s amazing, will help create a brand new option that helps mums on a budget.”
In 2015 the Belfast Telegraph revealed the firm was actively looking at locations in Northern Ireland.
The chain sells a range of cheap clothing, including childrenswear for less than £5, as well as homeware products.