Aldi has been grabbing headlines recently with their Cuthbert The Caterpillar, and they may be grabbing headlines again with their all-new clothing line Aldimania. Their new clothing is of great value, and, who wouldn’t wanna be seen rocking their trendy new garbs?
They announced their new designer wear via social media with a billboard in London’s Leicester Square with the slogan ‘Aldi’s Just Done It.’ Their new line will be available online from 25th April and in stores from the 29th April.
Their headline grabbing continues as their slogan ‘Just Done It’, sounds strangely familiar to classic sportswear brand Nike’s popular slogan ‘Just Do It’. The bargain supermarket hain seems to love the controversy, that’s for sure.
Items included in the new collection are a hoodie with Aldi branding on for just £14.99, Aldimania Pyjamas for just £12.99, boxers for £4.99 and socks for just £1.49. Bargains!
We especially love the sounds of the comfy pjs. One thing we’ve come to love more than any other item at our house is the good ol’ comfies.
The neutral grey hoody comes in sizes S to XXL, and is a versatile addition to your wardrobe. You can wear with jeans, or stick some joggers on and get comfy on the couch.
These PJs have to be our favourite! You’ll find us with a glass of vino watching Neflix mot days of the week, so these Aldi branded white, short-sleeved crew neck t-shirt and matching light grey shorts are just perfect for £12.99. Available in S – XXL
Nothing screams comfort like these Aldimania boxers for £4.99. They’re available in a pack of two and come in an array of colour options – a vibrant red and classic light grey, blue, and dark blue.
Rocking these £1.49 socks is the only way to get back at the gym. You will be turning heads that’s for sure.
These Specialbuys will only be available until they’re gone, so you’ll have to be quick to get yours. Don’t miss out! Prices start from £1.49. If this sounds like a bit of you, visit their website here and get yours this sunday.
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Feature Image Credit: David Clark / Aldi, Gateshead Metro Centre / CC BY-SA 2.0