7 Stores You'll Love Just as Much as Zara
If you're fashion-inclined, then it's likely that you have Zara bookmarked on your web browser. Zara lovers can't get enough of the fast-fashion chain, and for good reason. The retailer's current, ever-changing selection of everything you want to wear offers prices you just can't beat. But even if your closet is filled with the latest pieces from the brand, it's likely that many other fashion people (perhaps even the ones you know) have the same pieces as you. However, there's a way to get that similar Zara feel without clicking over to it every time you want a wardrobe refresh.
Below we've rounded up seven similar shops that have the same affordable, on-trend vibe as Zara. These editor-approved retailers are our go-tos when we need some more inspiration. Keep scrolling to see the stores you'll love just as much as Zara.
Pixie Market adds a handful of new pieces to its collection each week—many of which become instant favourites among Who What Wear editors.
Aritiza is a favourite of ours for its high-quality pieces that are just as classic as they are of-the-moment.
Eloquii is basically Zara with extended sizes. Tip: Check the site often as it constantly has sales going on.
Need Supply Co. isn't just for high-end brands. It's also a mecca for affordable in-house labels that could easily pass for designer.
Spanish fast-fashion brand Mango also has a plus-size line that has long been a favourite among fashion girls. We're particularly fond of the brand's tops and shoes.
Front Row Shop is an under-the-radar shopping destination for eclectic pieces that are still wearable (which is something that Zara also excels at).
Front Row Shop Floral Print V Neck Shirred Midi Dress With Puff Long Sleeves ($133)
Available in sizes XS to M.
If you want unique pieces that people will constantly compliment you on (and that won't break the bank), look no further than Genuine People.
Which Zara-esque retailer are you thinking of shopping at next? We don't blame you if you're feeling indecisive—we can't decide either.
This post was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated by Gina Marinelli.