DECEMBER is often a very busy month with the social calendar chock-a-block.
From work office parties to gatherings with friends, finding the perfect outfit for each occasion can be tricky – never mind expensive.
But one fashion fan has taken to TikTok to prove that you haven't got to fork out hundreds to look good this festive season.
Laura Farr, who posts under @laurajfarr, shared a selection of party dresses that are new in at Primark.
In the clip, she begins by styling a £30 black tuxedo-style dress which features satin lapels and button detail.
Next, she slips into a £15 midi length black satin frock which has a low scoop neck and stunning crossover back – and looks like a dupe of the viral Zara dress.
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She then tries on a £15 mini black dress which features stunning diamante straps, before ending on a show-stopping glittery silver mini dress, which is also £15.
The post has since racked up an impressive 135,000 views and been flooded with comments online.
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"Love all the dresses," enthused one.
A second praised: "They all look amazing!"
A third commented: "They are all fab!"
Meanwhile, a fourth noted: "Personally like the grey dress – it really suits you."
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A further wrote: "They all look so GLAM!! You look lovely in them all!"
And one more sweetly said: "Gorgeous! My son watched this video and said wowwww. He’s only 2! Funny I said she looks beautiful doesn’t she ha ha."
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