Zara lovers rejoice! As some of you may already know, Zara’s chic collection launched online Sept. 7th, and we have two things to say about Zara’s E-commerce launch.
First: “It is about d**n time!”
Second: let’s nominate Sept. 7th to be a national holiday.
Zara is a rare retailer that translates high-end trends into affordable designs. Perfect for layering, mixing high and lows, and just trending your heart out, Zara has cool pieces that will satisfy every savvy fashionista’s cravings.
Since we don’t actually have the power to elect national holidays (surprise), we’ll stick with a few words about the Zara brand, a few tips on how to shop their online store, and some top picks from Zara’s fall 2011 line.
In terms of shopping Zara’s site, we’re happy that Zara offers free standard shipping in all 50 states. Your orders will also land on your doorstep in eco-friendly packaging. For the ladies who can’t venture into buying without trying things on, but who want to make sure they snag coveted items in their size, Zara also offers in-store pick-up (for free, of course).
Returns and exchanges are free, both via FedEx or in a Zara store, and are accepted within 30 days of your purchase.
This isn’t the Spanish company’s first venture into online retailing. Last year, Zara launched E-commerce stores in 16 European countries, which went over well based on Zara’s growing E-commerce sites.
But other countries aside, we’re just happy our US readers have the same convenience of getting Zara clothing online.
Check out some of our favorite looks from Zara’s Fall 2011 collection…
There are more than few fabulous dresses that we adore from the collection. From a sweater dress, to an Audrey Hepburn-inspired mustard yellow dress with pleats, to a sexy maxi dress with a slit, we’re loving these fall-worthy creations.
Nothing says “Fall” more than a warm and stylish overcoat. Stay vibrant in burnt orange, snuggled in cozy wool, and stylish in menswear-inspired clean cuts.
Stand out from the crowd in elegant white trousers, or be bold in orange slacks. Work- or play-wear is perfect with with slouchy, free-draping patterned pants available now.
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