Put together effay outfits using only Zara.
Suggestion: use women's section
>not until touching it.
/fa/ always has this problem
there are two groups
1. those that dress for others
2. those that dress for themselves
neither of these groups are inherently wrong, and none are right
personally I am group two. Even if something looks the same I don't mind buying the more expensive option (if I can afford it) as I am not going out to make others feel good about me, but make me feel good about myself
that being said zara is fast fashion, and isn't good quality compared to a lot of fashion brands out there BUT i think they're on point with most of their pieces in terms of design and trend
If you affirm you are dressing only for yourself and you want fashi you lie or are an idiot. If you only buy clothes not to look good for the other you would only buy comfy stuff and only wear cheap uniqlo
For instance you don't try to look good when you are home alone, because it is useless for yourself, you know who you are. When you try to look good it's only for others and to change the way they thinl you are
>thinking material quality isnt obviously visible
wtf this the most basic shit, youre not paying $100 more for a designer basic t shirt cause it feels nicer on your skin? And sometimes designer clothing is even less comfortable than cheaper alternatives..
Isn't Zara kind of like the urban outfitters of high fashion? Or at least that's the feel I got of it from this board. I own so many clothes from Zara now that I can make full outfits out of their clothes regularly without the shoes. Zara's stuff is nice but its quality is shitty, lots of clothing I try on in store is already damaged with loose threads, chipped off button covers and ripped fabric.
/fa/ will tell you it's shit tier then masturbate wildly over uniqlo.
Really it can be okay if you shop carefully, and for the quality a lot of it is overpriced so shopping in the sales is more advisable for a representative price for the quality than any other time of year.
Obviously it's not a quality brand that will last you forever, but in terms of construction and fabric quality it's not primark tier like some would have you believe.
>most of it is already damaged
Zara donates a lot of leftovers to this charity thrift and it's surprising to see hoardes of clothes of this brand's unraveling knitwear, missing buttons, threading undoing, etc..
I meant last you forever as in you'd want to be shopping there long time rather than the items will last forever.
If you're talking about the former, I don't know. I have no brand loyalty at the moment.
If you're talking about the latter a lot of heritage type brands do lifetime guarantees on items (eg I think Barbour do on their jackets) but they're not considered fa. But if you like that sort of stuff and want a coat to last until you're 80 I don't see why you wouldn't go for it
for quality/price ratio your best bet is always heritage/workwear stuff. buzz rickson, sugar cane, carhartt, so on. where your money is going towards quality construction on classic pieces rather than paying for the design, designer, luxury status or any other markup.
i'd rather pay more for something more interesting 9/10 times though.
Difficulty: age 45.
Interesting challenge. Their shoes all look terrible.
What you see here could easily become an all-time top submission on loobook.nu...
>cheating fashion. where else can you get stuff that resemble designer so closely for so cheap? that trench coat above is 40 dollars
no shit dude. that's their entire thing. and reason why people hate them. they're h&m parading as high fashion.
>" when they probably dress like shit when at home.
Stop projecting you probably dress like shit at home. I for one don't even have "home clothes" I can leave my house in the clothes I wear at home. I dress for both but more myself, there are a couple items in my closet that I bought online (most recently some Chelsea boots I bought, little too wide for my liking, it annoys me when I look down)and hate but people give me compliments so i wear them anyways since it doesn't do any harm.