5 Zara Outfit Ideas to Copy Whenever Your Clothes Bore You

You don’t have to be a Zara expert or a superfan to reap all the benefits of visiting the retailer’s site. (Though if you want to become a Zara insider, here's how to find out about its massive sales before anyone else.) In fact, we’ll even argue that you don’t necessarily have to spend a penny at the retailer in order to find the store helpful. Simply put: A favorite pastime of ours is scouring outfit inspiration from all sources across the internet—Zara’s e-commerce listings not excluded.

While we may be tempted to toss a neutral bodysuit or white turtleneck into our shopping cart, the biggest takeaway of sifting through Zara’s latest arrivals online are outfit ideas that can be re-created with or without the brand’s products.

Not sure what we mean? The five creative Zara-approved outfits below look thoughtful and are as easy to piece together as jeans and a T-shirt. Feel free to shop any key pieces to style them yourself, or take the $0 approach and put this outfit inspiration to use with whatever you already own.

Want to make your leather separates really pop? Layer them over a bright white turtleneck for a forward take on Western style.
Zara's $20 bodysuit is going viral and the brand itself is offering one very cool styling idea: tucking the skimming bodysuit into slouchy jeans and finishing it off with barely there sandals.
A romantic organza blouse doesn't have to be overly sweet. Style it alongside utilitarian trousers for a very 2019 outfit idea.
The best way to let you over-the-knee and knee-high boots have their moment is by pairing them with a minidress.
Wearing beige-on-beige looks impossibly expensive. The only thing that could make it more luxe? Grounding the neutral combo with a pair of sleek black ankle boots.

Next up: Shop all the under-$100 items that are on their way to earning It status.

Opening Image: @monikh

This story was published at an earlier date and has since been updated by Anna LaPlaca.

from Who What Wear https://www.whowhatwear.com/zara-outfits

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