Zara has become everyone's favourite fast fashion hit, and also the watercooler fashion name to drop. Zara is now everyone who is anyone's favourite high-street fashion label.The name you”d find again and again, from the front row towards the standing section, in shoes and tailored jackets, in subtle navies and greys in addition to this season”s lemon sherbet bright? Zara. In the Duchess of Cambridge and Samantha Cameron to Mary Berry and Coleen Rooney, Zara has become everyone who is anyone”s favourite high-street fashion label.
Zara has become everyone”s favourite fast fashion hit, and also the watercooler fashion name to drop. Nowadays, it provides a rich seam of instant small talk between ladies who like clothes, crossing boundaries old, class and style. The Duchess of Cambridge wore a blue Zara dress the jusdoingr8 next day wearing McQueen for her wedding. Coleen Rooney mixes Zara together with her designer wardrobe. Mary Berry (77) and Selena Gomez (20) have both worn Zara on television recently. Samantha Cameron wears Zara to Conservative party conference; the Saturdays wear Zara to visit clubbing.
Last month – january, invited to a smart industry dinner during the Paris haute couture shows, Grazia”s senior fashion features editor, Katherine Ormerod, chose from her packed wardrobe her most recent trophy purchase: a striking, broad-striped monochrome Zara blouse. It was “super-chic and on-trend, and it cost only £39.99. But my smugness was soon dented when a French journo arrived wearing the exact same thing, and then an Italian PR in the same blouse in a different colourway. There were only 20 of us around the table and I was obviously – cringingly – seated next to my twins.”