at this point. i don’t even care what kind of fast fashion nonsense zara is churning out lately, i just dig the new direction the retailer has taken with its lookbooks, photography-wise. it is ‘high fashion’ and ‘street style’ rolled into a collection of images that look eerily similar to those taken backstage at fashion week. oh, these clothes are coming out this month for the trf line, by the way.
november isn’t over quite yet, which means you still have time to scurry over to your nearest zara and pick up any of the items in the lookbook shown above. i have a mind to do just that since that black puffer coat is doing things to me, which feels strange because it isn’t normally what very large down-filled outerwear does. also, if you’d like to take these looks as gospel, bare legs will be a *thing* this winter. i’m nervous.
you guys, it is almost november — i know, crazy, but if you care about shopping as much as i do, you may want to pop into zara before its october trf collection disappears because that knitwear is goo-ood.
no, you are not looking at a carefully selected handful of chloé advertisements, this is actually zara's september lookbook. close your mouth now. if you haven’t stopped in your local zara, you may want to do it quick before all of these boxy, androgynous coats are scooped up because they are pretty great.
zara's fall collection has been revealed (courtesy of refinery29 because they love any excuse to create a slideshow) and — this is going to be a bold claim — a girl with any personal style will find something she likes. since i’m selfish, i’ve cherry-picked my favorite pieces from the extensive line-up to highlight above. you’re welcome.
could zara's fall collection for trf (its ‘little sister’ line) get any grungier? i mean this in a semi-insulting way. i mean, i love me some grunge, but there is something slightly cheap-looking about these clothes — granted, yes, they are fast fashion, but…
great news for pregnant women and those who are pregnant-to-be! zara has launched a maternity line. the “mum” collection is available now, consisting of many pieces that look very similar to zara’s usual but accommodate a growing belly.