I have been obsessed with Zara since before I can even remember. Zara allowed me to feel like I was participating in the fashion industry without having to spend tons of money. It was a store that made me feel included, and to be honest, it still makes me feel the same exact way. Now, I look to Zara for slightly different things than I did back when I was in college, but there are seven things that no matter how old I get, I will never stop buying from Zara.
Ahead, take a look at the items I will always buy from Zara—including boots, knitwear, and more. Each category below is one that I feel always looks expensive, has great quality, and grant me the most compliments out of any other Zara purchases (at least in my life). If shopping at Zara overwhelms you, I suggest you take my advice and start shopping these seven styles ahead.
Boots can be pretty expensive, but thanks to Zara's affordable prices, I always feel like I can participate in the season's biggest trends as well as stock my closet with classic styles.
Zara Low Heeled Leather Tall Boots ($149)
Zara Soft Leather High Heeled Ankle Boots ($129)
Zara Low Heel Rubberized Boots ($80)
Zara Low Heeled Lug Sole Leather Ankle Boots ($129)
I truly love the outerwear selection at Zara. I find it to be extremely expensive-looking no matter the price, and as someone who lived through many tough New York winters, I can promise the coats keep you warm too.
Zara Limited Edition Coat ($249)
Zara Houndstooth Wool Blend Coat ($149)
Zara Faux Fur Trim Coat ($169)
Zara Oversized Coat ($90)
I am someone who treats tailored trousers like jeans. I love wearing them with casual items like T-shirts and sweatshirts, so finding them at an affordable price is something I really value.
Zara Straight Leg Pants ($70)
Zara Flowy Wide Leg Pants ($50)
Zara Straight Fit Wide Leg Pants ($70)
Zara Heathered Pants ($70)
If you're a sucker for sweaters like I am, then you know there is no such thing as owning too many. I feel zero guilt stuffing my drawers to the brim with cozy Zara knits because of both the overall quality and great price point.
Zara Soft Touch Cardigan ($36)
Zara Purl Knit Sweater ($50)
Zara Knit Vest Limited Edition ($70)
Zara Knit Jacquard Jacket ($70)
During the spring and summer, I tend to wear my strappy sandals to the ground. I am on the shorter side of the spectrum, so I actually prefer wearing a little heel for that extra height, which means I really get a lot of use out of these shoes. That being said, I prefer not to invest in shoes I know I won't take proper care of. Hence the Zara sandal addiction.
Zara High Heeled Multistrap Sandal ($50)
Zara Thin Strappy Sandals ($50)
Zara Sparkly Strap Heeled Sandals ($60)
Zara Heeled Double Strap Sandals ($80)
If you haven't drunk the Zara blazer Kool-Aid yet, do it ASAP. These blazers have the fit you are looking for and, once again, look way more expensive than they actually are.
Zara Rustic Oversized Blazer ($90)
Zara Plaid Blazer ($70)
Zara Blazer With Pockets ($119)
Zara Shoulder Pad Vented Blazer ($90)
This year, everyone is taking loungewear a tad more seriously and Zara is a great place to start. Invest in cute knit matching sets, affordable sweatsuits, and more for a comfy wardrobe that won't break the bank.
Zara Ribbed Knit Top ($20)
Zara Plush Jogging Pants ($25.9)
Zara Wool Blend Ribbed Sweater ($50)
Zara Jogging Pants With Text ($36)
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