Attention, America: you can now shop from Zara’s online store!

Outfits from Zara's online store

The title says it all, really: if you’re in the United States, you now have access to Zara’s online store, and all of the good – and sometimes bad – stuff it holds.

Zara have gradually been rolling out the transactional side of their website over the past couple of years: the UK started shopping online from Zara around this time last year, and shipping is also available to much of Europe. It’s one small step for Zara, but one giant leap in the ongoing movement towards international ecommerce for all: or we hope so, anyway.

What do we want? All of our favourite stores, shipping to everywhere in the world!
When do we want it? As soon as possible, please. If it’s not too much trouble, that is.

Click here to shop from Zara: come back and tell us what you bought!

6 Comments

  • September 8, 2011

    msveve

    They still don’t ship to Czech Republic. I sometimes seriously HATE living here.. (though luckily there are enough stores here, not like some other brands, durrrr.)

    Going back to studying now (huge exam in a couple hours) – Wish me luck!

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  • September 8, 2011

    Julie

    Now if they’d just feed their models. It’s hard to get a good idea of how an item drapes when it’s being hung on a skeleton.

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    • September 8, 2011

      The Fashion Police

      Wow, that’s pretty harsh. I agree that it would be better for retailers (and the fashion world in general) to show clothes on a (much) wider range of body shapes, but models are human beings too.. calling them “skeletons” seems just as bad as bashing any other woman for her body shape, don’t you think? Do you have any evidence that Zara’s models are unhealthy or are you judging purely by photos?

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      • September 8, 2011

        Julie

        I don’t think it’s that harsh. These women are thin in the extreme. Models for other retailers like Victoria’s Secret or Newport News, Asos, or similar retailer aren’t as thin as these women. Most women aren’t naturally that thin. These women look malnourished. No, I’m not asking Zara or any shop to supply a wide range of body types, but if you look through their site, it’s extreme. I’m not bashing someone who is naturally thin, but I’m bashing this retailer for using models who look like they have no muscle tone and only have 10% body fat.

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        • September 9, 2011

          Jeannine

          I will say that it is difficult to figure out how the clothes would look on, say, my figure, which is a quite a bit fuller than the models there, and I would greatly appreciate clothes being modeled by a variety of body types, but, that being said… my mother, who is in her 50s, is very petite, thin-boned, and a size 4. She looks very similar to these models, if they were shorter. She’s not unhealthy. I think the real problem is that there is a majority of retailers that use the same size models, with no variety.

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  • November 20, 2011

    Pedestrienne

    Dying for H&M to turn up in Australia. Thanks goodness ASOS and Topshop both ship here. Australian retailers are going to go the way of the dodo in the next ten years, there’s such a huge price/quality disparity here, and they were all super late to the online shopping party.

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