Young fashion chain Select is set to bolster its store portfolio with 30 store openings this year.
According to reports, the retailer, which has 125 stores, plans to double the number of store openings this year after seeing sales surge.
Select has been gradually growing its number of stores and last August the chain announced it was on a retail drive with plans to open 13 new stores by the end of the year.
The retailer is said to be scouting out large towns and cities to open stores with a space of between 3,000sq ft to 4,000 sq ft.
The chain manufactures 50% of its clothing in Turkey, which managing director David Pidgeon said enabled Select to replenish stock quickly because of short lead times and its relative close proximity to the UK.
He added: “We’re aiming for young, fast fashion at value prices.”