As you probably already know, I love a good sales find and January is usually the best time of year for a bargain hunter like me. I accidentally fell into Zara and picked up a few bits and bobs that I simply have to share with you. They’re all still available online so I will be providing links to everything that I show you!
ZARA – STRIPED PRINT SWEATSHIRT
£5.99 (was £17.99)
I am pretty much drawn to any sweatshirt and any item of clothing with stripes on it so this was an immediate yes from me. I absolutely love the mixture colours and the striped pattern on it, it’s so unique looking and it’s a nice pop of colour to add to my wardrobe. (I mainly wear grey/black). I also love that the sleeves are cuffed which adds a nice detail and means that it doesn’t just dangle off my arms.
ZARA – TULLE T-SHIRT WITH FAUX PEARLS
£5.99 (was 15.95)
I have always been a bit scared of sheer tops/t-shirts and I decided this was to carry on no longer! I recently bought a bralette (currently in the wash so couldn’t wear it with this) and it looks great under this top however for these photos, I styled it with a nudey-pink bodysuit. A weird comment I know, but the pearls are SO damn cold on your skin, it made me jump so be prepared (currently laughing at how odd this sounds).
ZARA – METALLIC MESH T-SHIRT
£3.99 (was £15.99)
I am a sucker for anything rose gold so I was immediately drawn to this t-shirt. I don’t own anything like this either so I thought it would add something new and different to my wardrobe. I’ve been styling this with knee high boots and a black mini skirt. I usually wear a black bralette underneath it as I don’t have one that’s nude coloured, however I kind of like having the contrast of colours.
ZARA – JACQUARD T-SHIRT
I absolutely love this t-shirt. It’s kind of preppy looking but can be styled casually too. I noticed a few t-shirts in this style but with different coloured piped trims on the sleeves. I decided it was time that some red made it’s way into my wardrobe for once and I bought this along with the matching trousers (below). It’s really soft too which I was surprised about as it looked so smart and stiff on the hanger – it feels just like a normal cotton t-shirt.
ZARA- JACQUARD JOGGING PANTS
I couldn’t not buy the set (oops). They look so great together but the trousers go with so many other tops too. They are also super comfortable, I wear them to uni as well as just to chill in at home, they’re just so easy to style with a t-shirt and some trainers. I already own a pair of trousers like this from Zara, which you can see in my previous updating my wardrobe post here. I think I’m just drawn to anything that as stripes or random pops of colour, so god forbid they bring any more of these out!
ZARA – WATER REPELLENT PUFFER COAT
£19.99 (was £49.99)
This was the first thing I picked up in store. I was immediately drawn to the colour and the texture of the coat. I mainly own long line coats and bomber jackets so I thought this would make a nice change. It’s so warm and cosy, I haven’t been cold since I bought it and I’ve worn it every single day. I’m so glad I got this coat because it’s original price was a bit too much so when I got it for half price I was over the moon. If you’re looking for a warm and cosy addition to your wardrobe I would highly recommend grabbing this coat.
I have provided links for everything and you should still be able to find some of these bits in Zara stores! I hope you enjoyed this post, let me know what you think of the things I found or if you’ve bought any new bits for your wardrobe recently.
If you want to see how I style these things, check out my 21 buttons page here!