Your Complete Shopping List From Zara and Its 6 Sister Brands

Ask any woman what her favourite high-street stores are and we guarantee that one of them will be Zara. Known for its never-ending array of trend-led pieces, everyone on the Who What Wear UK team agrees that it's the shop we're most likely to exit with a new purchase in hand. Any longstanding fan of Zara will be able to tell you that Bershka and Uterqüe are also owned by the same parent company, Inditex. However, did you know that Inditex's empire houses not three, not four but seven incredibly stylish brands?

Inditex Fashion Brands: Eni in a sheer polka dot blouse from Zara



End wears a sheer polka-dot blouse from Zara. 

All of Inditex's brands offer something different to the shopping scene, be it Zara's directional steals or Massimo Dutti's everlasting classics. As such, we decided to gather all seven stores in one place, complete with an edit of the pieces that truly demonstrate what they do best. Keep scrolling to see and shop our must-have edit from Inditex's fashion brands—Zara, Bershka, Oysho, Pull & Bear, Stradivarius, Uterqüe and Massimo Dutti.


A brand that needs no introduction—Zara is a high-street heavyweight that constantly delivers in the directional stakes, all while keeping its pieces affordable. Its accessories continue to set the bar high, but this season, it's Zara's zingy separates that we can't get enough of.


Bershka is our one-stop shop for casual wear with a cool edge. Arguably even more frugal than Zara, it's where we go to stock up on seasonal staples like boiler suits, chunky trainers and gingham in every iteration.


Much like Bershka, Pull & Bear is an off-duty stalwart that keeps its prices low but the designs at their peak. Right now, Pull & Bear's denim collection is second to none.


Uterqüe is Zara's cool big sister—the one who always seems to predict the trends before they happen. For 2019, the brand is serving up hot-pink leather, standout prints and gorgeous dresses. Its shoes, though, are really something special.


The epitome of sophistication, Massimo Dutti is a classicist's dream. The tailoring is always exquisite (if it's not, you can get it taken in at the store) while pieces like dresses and bags will fail to date.


The need for chic loungewear is as insatiable as ever, and no one does it better than Oysho. With everything from silky pyjamas and matching short sets to lace camisoles and decadent robes, you won't mind answering the door in these lounging staples. Come summer, it's definitely worth checking out its swimwear collection.


Stradivarius acts as the missing link between Zara and Pull & Bear with its refined edit of round-the-clock essentials at very reasonable prices. The denim is strong, but right now, Stradivarius's blazers keep catching our eye.

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