It was not until 2016 that Zara became one of the most popular stores with women like ourselves. From designer knock offs to endorsing ugly trends, Zara, sort of has a monopoly. While I generally don’t advise to buy designer knock offs, I totally champion Zara’s section of customized denims and bodysuits. If you go through my closet, 50% of the stash comes from the bodysuits, and the rest is a mix of blazers and dresses. Before I stumbled on Zara, I never knew a section of bodysuits could exist let alone thrive to a 50% capacity in my closet. Aside from designing trends that has approval of Vogue and other magazines, it also has a section of TRF, which has some quirky vibes and trends of its own. Recently, it has introduced a little section called Best Sellers, which lets you see the most popular items on their website. The verdict being, if you are looking for an instant gratification, this is the store for you.
This is what I like about Zara:
- Blazers: They have great collection of business casual blazers.
- Bodysuits: It’s not a typical shape-wear, but something dressier that lets you keep everything else casual.
- Customized Denim: I have not seen any website do a better customization on denim as good as Zara, especially for the price it sells for.
- Embellished bags and shoes:Last, but not the least, for all the wedding and occasion wear, Zara has pretty good stuff for less.