As soon as there is a hint of coolness in the air, it’s a safe bet that people start thinking about Christmas.
Many stores are also starting to stock their Christmas decorations and gifts, including B&M which has just unveiled its incredible line of cut-price wreaths.
The budget housewares store just announced that their Christmas wreaths start from £ 2.50, and shoppers are eager to get their hands on one for their festive decorations.
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“Add festive cheer from the front door to the fireplace with our extensive line of wreaths! B&M wrote in the caption of the Instagram post revealing its new line.
“We have a style to suit every home, you can buy yours from just £ 2.50! “
But savvy shoppers have cautioned against rushing to get your hands on a festive wreath if you’re inclined to go home decorating freaks …
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“Don’t go, it’s deadly, I spent £ 200 this morning,” one buyer joked in the Instagram comments.
Other shoppers don’t seem to heed their advice, tagging friends to say how excited they are about Christmas decorations.
“Already excited for our Christmas shop,” said one.
“How cute they are!” Another said.
“I really want the white feather !!!!!” said another enthusiastic buyer.
“These are all so beautiful,” said another.
An enthusiastic buyer added: “I am too excited for Christmas.”
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