Popular styles with Zara coats
Zara coats are special for many reasons. They are chic, cool, trendy and inexpensive. In addition, they are super-adaptive and can be easily combined from their wearer to numerous outfits. Stylish ladies could combine their Zara coat to a tight leather leggings, a wide white blouse and high boots. In addition, a cool sunglasses and a casual shopper and finished is the blogger look. Men can combine their Zara coat in muted colors, among other things, to form a beautiful shirt and a suitcase, plus leather shoes and a simple scarf - a simple combination, but incredibly chic. The zara coat can be worn almost all year round. In the spring, for example, a dark jeans, sneakers and a cool polo shirt. On colder days, man can still pull a nice sweater over the polo shirt. The women could wear a jeans skirt over stockings and a warm roll-neck sweater and then casually throw the Zara coat over the shoulders. If you like to describe your style as chic, we recommend that you use simple colors such as gray, white, black or dark blue. If you love colorful things, you should have a more sophisticated version. Luckily, Zara has something for everyone. Particularly suitable for the city would be to combine the Zara coat in a dark color to a black trousers and a nice woolen sweater. For the especially fashion conscious, there is also the possibility to combine the brown-gray Zara coat to a white blouse with a sweet bow, a black miniskirt and a cool hat. For more inspiration, you can also view our specially created Pinterest Board.
Alternatives to Zara Coats
Zara coats are just great. Not to be loved by fashion editors, fashion bloggers (like Ali Gordon) and even members of the royal family, such as Kate Middleton, the Spanish flag and his coats. If you would like to look for an alternative, we have something to offer from Catchys. How about a coat of H & M? The clothes of H & M are just as modern and adapted to the trend of the season, but they are cheaper in some cases and are therefore a good option. The Spanish colleague, Mango, offers just as much style and modernity, but is priced quite similar to the offer of Zara. Likewise an attractive variant to Zara coats would be the trenchcoats and coats by Only. This label is especially for classic cuts and cool details. If the price could be a bit higher, as long as the cut and quality are right, we would also have Superdry or Tom Tailor in the repertoire.
Zara Coats in Detail Check
Zara coats stand for timeless elegance and high-class modernity. The Spanish fashion house mainly focuses on trends of the season. Details are super important to stick out. Details of Zara would be for example embroidery in the coats or a special way to sew the shoulder materials. Also flatter sleeves at the place of straight cut sleeves is a Zara-typical design. Each Zara coat includes an etiquette in the collar, with the Zara logo. This detail is a reference to the authenticity of the coat and also shows where it was produced. Many parts of Zara are produced in Spain or Portugal.