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Up To 70% Off on loads of items (Mens, Woman & Accessories) from £9.99 @ Zara
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Up To 70% Off on loads of items (Mens, Woman & Accessories) from £9.99 @ Zara

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Posted 6th AprEdited by:"pentaya"

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Loads of discounts in ZARA up to 70% discount. Bought 2 items (£15 each).

***MORE LINES ADDED FOR WOMEN: zara.com/uk/…729***

***MORE LINES ADDED FOR MEN: zara.com/uk/…734

T-shirt - (£9.99) - zara.com/uk/…613


Sweat Shirt - £15.99 - zara.com/uk/…613


Chino - £15.99 - zara.com/uk/…613
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Thanks @pentaya
Could you edit the OP to include some examples i.e item name, link, price? Thanks
andywedge06/04/2020 18:51

Thanks @pentaya Could you edit the OP to include some examples i.e item …Thanks @pentaya Could you edit the OP to include some examples i.e item name, link, price? Thanks


Done
Wonder if Zara will survive the virus or go into administration.
Tanker1106/04/2020 19:09

Wonder if Zara will survive the virus or go into administration.


Hope they survive. My fav brand. Ordered at 8 pm last night and received my package at 11 am today
pentaya06/04/2020 19:12

Hope they survive. My fav brand. Ordered at 8 pm last night and received …Hope they survive. My fav brand. Ordered at 8 pm last night and received my package at 11 am today


That is really good. More online shopping may help their survival.
Odd happy to sell you more but not accept returns until after the all clear
They should survive, the owner is the top 5 richest in the world
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Love a Zara sale !!
To be fair John Lewis and Uniqlo are doing Supima cotton t-shirts for around £11. The Zara one looks different, but is 15% Polyester for £10.
pentaya06/04/2020 19:12

Hope they survive. My fav brand. Ordered at 8 pm last night and received …Hope they survive. My fav brand. Ordered at 8 pm last night and received my package at 11 am today



Thats good, was gonna order there but quickest delivery time is 18th =/
ironfist06/04/2020 19:53

Thats good, was gonna order there but quickest delivery time is 18th =/


may be something changed overnight. They never gave me any slot. All they mentioned was some timeline but they arrived super fast.
Handel7806/04/2020 19:40

To be fair John Lewis and Uniqlo are doing Supima cotton t-shirts for …To be fair John Lewis and Uniqlo are doing Supima cotton t-shirts for around £11. The Zara one looks different, but is 15% Polyester for £10.


Fitting wise, ZARA is on par to JL & Uniqlo
Made the order anyway
pentaya06/04/2020 19:55

Fitting wise, ZARA is on par to JL & Uniqlo


That's useful info because their medium jackets are more like a small size. I have ordered the John Lewis tees and am hoping they will be a good fit.
Handel7806/04/2020 20:03

That's useful info because their medium jackets are more like a small …That's useful info because their medium jackets are more like a small size. I have ordered the John Lewis tees and am hoping they will be a good fit.


Zara, RiverIsland, Massimo Dutti and Hacketts of London all are same fitting. If MD and Hackett has same fitting as Zara, then logically I think all these are a perfect fit (given MD and HOL are premium brands).
Edited by: "pentaya" 6th Apr
pentaya06/04/2020 20:05

Zara, RiverIsland, Massimo Dutti and Hacketts of London all are same …Zara, RiverIsland, Massimo Dutti and Hacketts of London all are same fitting. If MD and Hackett has same fitting to Zara, then logically I think all these are in perfect fit (given MD and HOL are premium brands).


Not to be pedantic but why do you use the term perfect fit? Do you mean in relation to how the garment is cut as well?

I heard Massimo Dutti was a brand where you need to size down as well. I have a MD shirt in medium which fits OK but I don't think shirts are a good guide as to how other garments fit. I will take your word for it and assume all the above brands are very fitted.
Handel7806/04/2020 20:09

Not to be pedantic but why do you use the term perfect fit? Do you mean in …Not to be pedantic but why do you use the term perfect fit? Do you mean in relation to how the garment is cut as well?I heard Massimo Dutti was a brand where you need to size down as well. I have a MD shirt in medium which fits OK but I don't think shirts are a good guide as to how other garments fit. I will take your word for it and assume all the above brands are very fitted.


I mean the cut, correct. As they're premium brands, I assume the cut and fit is reasonably perfect. I refer most of the "Fitting"s to Shirts NOT trousers/Chinos.
Edited by: "pentaya" 6th Apr
Why cant i find the womans special prices eh
sophiemulgrove06/04/2020 20:14

Why cant i find the womans special prices eh


lol... I'm glad atleast Zara is biased towards mens sale (by all means pun intended!)
sophiemulgrove06/04/2020 20:14

Why cant i find the womans special prices eh


Cos you didn't look far enough down the women's menu. It's here
Handel7806/04/2020 20:17

Cos you didn't look far enough down the women's menu. It's here


I got i got it chill blonde
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Tanker1106/04/2020 19:09

Wonder if Zara will survive the virus or go into administration.



Tanker1106/04/2020 19:09

Wonder if Zara will survive the virus or go into administration.


Hopefully. They are probably in one of the better positions out of a lot of retail brands. Owners have a lot of cash behind them
Edited by: "loveadealcf" 6th Apr
Are returns free?
loveadealcf06/04/2020 21:15

Hopefully. They are probably in one of the better positions out of a lot …Hopefully. They are probably in one of the better positions out of a lot of retail brands. Owners have a lot of cash behind them


Yes and they like to keep it that way .Not sure how long they will prop up if it starts to erode their millions
rickj06/04/2020 22:42

Yes and they like to keep it that way .Not sure how long they will prop up …Yes and they like to keep it that way .Not sure how long they will prop up if it starts to erode their millions


It's more like multiples of billions, they are owned by Inditex. Although no doubt they will suffer some significant revenue loss they are much better placed than most to ride this out.
Edited by: "loveadealcf" 6th Apr
Thanks, ordered an essential shirt 😁
How is this a deal if Ican’t afford any of it?
I just bought a pair of shoes that I didnt need as I bought 7 pairs of shoes from zara in the january sale DOH
Bit bizarre for trousers/chinos size. It says small, medium, large. Any one can help. Looking for 32 waist, 29 inch lenght
horizon-in07/04/2020 01:20

Bit bizarre for trousers/chinos size. It says small, medium, large. Any …Bit bizarre for trousers/chinos size. It says small, medium, large. Any one can help. Looking for 32 waist, 29 inch lenght


You might struggle as that's kind of in between sizes. 32 waist would usually go for medium, but then the leg is going to also be around 32 length. You may need to get a medium with the view to get taken up, roll up, or go for cropped style. Other option is to go for a S and it maybe slightly tight on the waist.
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Edited by: "loveadealcf" 7th Apr
loveadealcf07/04/2020 01:52

You might struggle as that's kind of in between sizes. 32 waist would …You might struggle as that's kind of in between sizes. 32 waist would usually go for medium, but then the leg is going to also be around 32 length. You may need to get a medium with the view to get taken up, roll up, or go for cropped style. Other option is to go for a S and it maybe slightly tight on the waist..


Sizes its always weird for Trousers/Chinos and the reason these fashion retailers come up with various fittings.

As an example, Medium means -

Regular - 32/33 waist and relaxed all the way through to the bottom which falls on to the feet.

Slim - 31/32 waist relaxed at the thighs and sits just above the feet.

Skinny/Very Slim Fit - 31/32 low waist and sticks to the body all the way through to the legs.

I reckon there are few cms difference in all the above variations which suits majority of the audience with medium built with proportionate body size (for example a male with chest size 40 cms, weight from 72-80 kilos and a height from 5'7 - 5'10).

I might be wrong with stats but the above is in a general perception.
Edited by: "pentaya" 7th Apr
Just to weigh in - as someone who has worked in Fashion my whole life, studied it to Masters degree level, worked for Zara (trained on their Management programme), currently works within a Fashion Head Office and has always shopped significantly more than they should - Zara IS small made.

Size XS/S tend to be true to size weirdly, size M is reasonable in jersey, and cotton but in polyester fabrics and jeans it is a bit less reliable. For Jeans if you buy from basic (Circle on the stitched label) it is hit or miss, TRF styles (triangle on the label) with higher elastane content are true to size, 'Women' (square) lines you generally size up for a true fit. Size L is generally accepted as being only marginally smaller than the M styles, for some reason they don't increase the technical dimensions by the same amount between each size (which they should!), XL can be L/XL and XXL can be XL/XXL again depending on fabric composition. From there you need to look at garment style (they do not make adjustments for changes in bust measurements for women more than the basic especially since their key markets do not tend to be as 'top heavy' as other countries).

I personally own items from Zara in S/M/L/XL/XXL and I can alternate them daily (not some kind of weird size yo-yoing going on).
Zara design and quality wise is better than H&M imo. I think their colognes are very good value for money. Their queues are worse than H&M from experience
there are very few more last items left
Update, i went back on, ordered the same item, its coming tomorrow. Cancelled first purchase and got the money back.
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