The Zara new season drop is one of the best I’ve seen in a long time

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  • There is nothing like some Zara new season clothing to banish any bad weather blues (coupled with some good Zara shopping hacks of course). And the icing on the cake is that the autumn/winter collections have just dropped, and given the weather we’re having, it’s pretty good timing.

    With hundreds of items launching, it can be hard to know what to buy, but fear not, I’ve done all the hard work for you and selected the best clothing worth buying.

    What to buy in Zara

    If you’re looking for designer pieces but don’t have the budget, then Zara is the place to shop. This spring/summer season, it’s outdone itself with some trend-led pieces such as printed kimonos and linen skirts.

    That said, I always like to shop for my basics in the sale, in preparation for the following season. The classic pieces I’m buying this time round are parka coats, wool trousers and matching blazers as well as knitwear.

    If you’re simply looking to update an existing outfit though, that’s ok, because the accessories game is strong. Think chunky jewellery and cool sunglasses. On the shoe front, it’s still very much about the chunky platform sandal, the track sole boot and cute heels.

    How often does Zara have a sale?

    Zara typically has sales twice a year, to clear end-of-season stock. They usually happen in December and in June (exact dates vary per year) and last for a few weeks. Sometimes, the retailer will host smaller flash sales in between those but the main ones are the ones you want to keep an eye out for, as they are bigger and the discounts are often better.

    Luckily for you, the Zara summer sale is still on, and is likely to last for another couple weeks.

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    Whatever your wardrobe wants and needs, these Zara new season clothing buys will have you covered.


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