Villanelle’s pink dress Killing Eve was one of the stand out looks of the series.
And we might be over two years on from when it appeared on our screens, but it’s a look people still want to replicate.
H&M released a lookalike of the dress earlier this year and now shoppers are loving Primark’s version.
But while H&M’s £19.99 dress had lots of volume, the cotton fabric meant it didn’t quite match up with the assasin’s floaty original from the series.
But Primark’s candy pink dress has puff sleeves and a tiered tulle skirt, with a vest underneath, as the tulle is see through.
The dress Villanelle wore back in the first series was made for the show by Molly Goddard and cost £408, so if you don’t have her assassin pay packet, you’ll be pleased to know you can snap up the Primark version for £15.
The outfit has been a hit on Instagram and looks set to be a popular item at the store, even as the weather gets colder.
Influencer Alice Liveing shared a snap of herself wearing the dress and said: ‘Doing my best Villanelle impression and soaking up every last ray of sunshine.’
Fans replied saying they’d spotted the dress themselves and they’d noticed the resemblance to the look in the show.
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German influencer also shared a picture of herself and blogger Illyana London showed off how she styles the outfit, with a white bag around her waist and block heels.
Sadly, Primark doesn’t sell anything online so you’ll have to hunt the dress down in store.
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