#DearSouthAfrica – if you haven’t already heard, Zara has launched online, you can now shop Zara favorites at your convenience anywhere in South Africa.
I was lucky enough to be gifted a voucher from Zara and here are my Spring / Summer picks I gravitated toward, including the breakdown of my Zara South Africa online shopping experience.
How To Shop Zara Online:
Download the Zara online shopping app from the app store CLICK HERE / CLICK HERE for Google Play to shop the Zara recent collection, or if you prefer, shop online on the Zara website – CLICK HERE for the Zara South Africa website.
I placed my online order on a Friday and received my purchases from Zara Sandton two days later – on Monday, neatly packaged into an identifiable branded Zara box.
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My Zara Online Picks:
Watch My Zara Try On Haul Here:
This spring, I’m adding colour to my wardrobe, instead of floral (I’m glad that floral isn’t such an infatuation this season, there’s more that Spring has to offer).
Whimsical quirks of this season include the puff sleeve; it gives me a reason to play around with fashion, a novelty you need to add to your wardrobe.
My prediction is that vinyl and faux leather are going to be a big trend if not now, then in 2020 – as I’ve seen it discreetly gracing the catwalks and fashion magazine pages effectively. It’s sexy, glam and sophisticated, all at the same time and I’m starting my collection now, with this faux leather skirt.
Sheer style is gradually fading out, I didn’t really indulge in this fad when it was in however, I picked this sheer puff sleeve as a goodbye token to this craze.
Zara online launched just in time for the holiday season, the perfect way to shop and analyze the Zara party collection and Zara holiday collection this year-end.
Overall, my Zara South Africa online shopping experience was efficient and enjoyable and I’ll definitely be adding to cart on the regular!
Additionally, I love that Zara is now evolving into sustainable fashion – you can take your unwanted clothing items to Zara stores, which will be recycled as part of their social and environmental commitment.
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