If there is ever a time to dress to the nines in head-to-toe designer, it's easily fashion week. With that being said, there were a handful of street style stars who slipped Zara pieces into their glorious wardrobes this year, and if it weren't for our unhealthy obsession with the brand, we wouldn't have even noticed. Thanks to their ingenious styling techniques, the affordable items they chose to incorporate into their ensembles were somehow made to look SO expensive.
How do they do it? For some, mixing in designer pieces definitely did the trick, but for others, it was a matter of choosing the right colours and prints, textured accessories, and exuding the right amount of confidence needed to know you can wear a pair of £50 glitter boots and look like a million bucks. I feel like it has officially been proven once and for all that you don't need to spend the next three month's rent to look chic. If some of the biggest street style stars shop at Zara and proudly display their favourite pieces at fashion week of all places, we can rest assured knowing that affordable pieces are welcome in the fashion world forever and always.
Keep reading to shop the Zara pieces street style stars snuck into their fashion week outfits this year.
Pair glitter boots with a metallic skirt for the full futuristic vibe.
Forget glitter socks—it's all about glitter boots this season.
Dress down a sparkly dress with neutral sandals and a basket bag.
Be the star of any party in this sparkling dress.
Toughen up a feminine top with leather trousers and black boots.
Your classic work button-down could use some colourful embroidery like this.
Mixing plaids is the perfect way to make white counterparts more interesting.
Looking chic and feeling comfortable are made possible with these block heels.
These were the trousers everyone wore at fashion week.
Olivia Palermo made these look super chic.
A dress this frilly is in dire need of some modern statement shoes.
People won't be able to stop staring at these shoes.