As many of you will know, Zara has a number of offshoot brands that are part of the Inditex family and can be even better than its household label. In particular, our editors are consistently impressed by the designs from the more grown-up, higher-quality label Uterqüe. There's one brand in the Inditex group, however, that even we tend to overlook, but it has some affordable gems that make it worth paying attention to.
We're talking about the younger sister brand, Stradivarius. Like Zara, and with T-shirts for £6 and jeans for £26, it's a great place to stock up on your everyday pieces.
As well as essentials, it's also one of the first brands to pick up on new trends, too. Stradivarius practically spearheaded our obsession with tortoiseshell buttons this summer, and it was also quick to act when beaded bags became a thing. Right now, it's serving up some of the best coats we've seen on the high street, as well as stylish winter staples.
Ready to see what all the fuss is about? Scroll below to shop our edit of the strongest Stradivarius pieces.
You'll be hard-pressed to find a more affordable leather coat than this.
Featuring a checked motif, this beaded bag couldn't be more autumn/winter 2018 if it tried.
Wear this over a red roll-neck for extra warmth and style points.
We'll be following Stradivarius's lead by styling this dress over wide-leg trousers.
These cords also come in classic tan, too.
We gave you a heads up on the zebra knit trend a few weeks back, and it looks like Stradivarius has taken note.
We couldn't believe our eyes when we saw the price of this blazer.
White boots are the style set's shoe of choice this winter.
Work, weekend, after dark—this skirt can hack any occasion.
Pearl jewellery is making a massive comeback, and we love Stradivarius' take with these raw drop earrings.
Wear with high-waist trousers and strappy heels for your next night out.
Of course, we're also loving what Zara has on offer at the moment—particularly these four items.