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11 reviews of Zara UK in English
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Love Zara!! Only problem with Oxford st. is a member of thier staff was extremley rude to me and when i adressed the manager she did not seem to care.
If i was tedious and had time to be so, I would have written to head office with most disgust!!
People Management guys!! school boy error when you can not even get managment right :s
0 star on service
Zara, as a store, stocks a good range of work and casual basics. I'm not a big fan of their shirts as they tend to be difficult to iron, but the blazers looks as if they'd function well in a formal office setting, and their bags seem very much on-trend. The shoes have regularly popped up in style features, but, having tried one pair on, am baffled as to why anyone would think they're comfortable. Still, maybe that's just me.
In any case, rather than hunt through the various Zara shops (not that that's not fun in itself), I tend to shop online and have my orders delivered to this store for collection so as to save on delivery. Both times I've done that, I've received a text informing me when my order was ready for collection, giving me a five day window to collect it, and - this is a nice one - telling me that I can tell any member of staff, and not have to queue up at the counter to get it. I can confirm that this is indeed true. Great for the time-starved shopper!
I like Zara, they do nice clothes that dont fall apart the first time you wash them! You can always get good stuff for work, and thier T-Shirts are pretty good too!
Zara is brilliant for classic fashions, but what’s often overlooked is their range of really reasonably priced items. You can get some really lovely tops here for less than £15, and their 'basics’ range is really good quality at very good prices. If you manage to catch a sale then you’re really in luck; I bought three very good quality suit jackets for £12 each. Always worth a browse.
Zara wear is directed towards the modern woman who enjoys clean cut pencil skirts, PVC slim belts and uniformly detailed jackets. This Zara store is far easier to shop in because they have a certain style that is followed throughout Zara’s collections. Compare Zara from Top Shop and you’ll understand what I mean. If you are looking for a jacket it’s upstairs and some clothes are even divided up by their colour. The store has models wearing the clothes, which is an extra bonus. I remember buying a white jacket in this store only because I saw it first on a photograph of a model wearing it with a smile. The spaciousness helps customers since the store becomes crowded depending on the amount of style that is demanded. The age range for the clothes start from 18-40 year old, yet even with it’s 18+ range, the style and colour isn’t too obvious. It’s still allows for connotations of ‘smart’ and ‘conservative’ to flourish in it’s tailoring. There is something particular about Zara that makes it an appealing concession for the shopping masses. The clothes are not cheap, however, with the way that style works for Zara, sometimes it looks like you’ve spent hundreds for just one clothing item. The silver branded logo for Zara gives it that transparent yet, solid quality. Also the fact that the store is surrounded by Gap, and a slicker version of Mikey, makes Oxford Street’s Zara stand out from the rest.
Zara has become extremely popular and the reason is simply that their clothes are both consistently good, and that they don’t simply copy what ever other high street store is selling. Their shirts and skirts fit really well, and their casual range is both fantastic value, and unique. (They always seem to have really cool tshirts)! If you want something that looks smart, fits well, but doesn’t cost a bomb, then this is where you want to be shopping.
Have you ever noticed you've never seen an ad for Zara in any mag?? that th eonly ads they have are on actual shops windows and yet they are still so popular.
that says it all, their clothes sell themselves. You'll find whatever you need there in terms of basic stuff like trousers, tees and so...
prices wary depending on what you go for. Some of the stuff can be pricy, the every day stuff is affordable and nice. The place to go for clean cuts and simple designs which usually go ery well with anything. Men's department is nice too. Kid's is nice but too expensive considering they only have it for few months at most.
Inditex, the Spainish retailer has certainly made had a big impact on British high street fashion- with Zara their clothing giant. They must be doing really well as their stores seem to be springing up everywhere. In Oxford street alone there are 4 big shops and they are always busy.The best time to go there is very early morning so you look at everything in peace and quiet.
Zara's appeal and popularity must lie in the fact that they are able to mass produce vast amount of dated fashion ideas with modern fabrics and yarns at very low prices-which all women can afford. Their ranges although hardly original tend to cater for all ages groups-its hard to differentiate from one black jumper from another when walking around central London-be it an M&S one or a Zara.
Its fashion appeal is transitory because they seem to follow designer images and styles rather then set them.
Certainly if in the area of Oxford Street its definitely worth popping into their Oxford Circus Branch because they have a massive variety of cheap and chic fashion.
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