The Zara-Owned Shopping Sites You've Never Heard of Before

If you're anything like us, about 50% of your closet is from Zara. Whether it's the designer-looking shoes or forward-feeling separates, the retailer just stocks every single thing you want to wear all the time. But were you aware that the company that owns Zara, Inditex, actually owns an entire fast-fashion mecca of similar labels overseas? Seriously. While you can't shop these places in the U.S. yet, knowing about these stores is crucial if you're planning a vacay abroad this summer or, you know, if you want to join us in marching over to the Inditiex HQ soon to beg the higher-ups to bring the shops stateside.

Keep scrolling to check out a few of these affordable brands that you're bound to love almost (almost!) as much as Zara. And if you're in the mood to actually shop Zara, you can do that below too.

Uterqüe

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Uterqüe

Expect to find Zara-like pieces at Uterqüeincluding those of-the-moment, ’70s-esque separates and casual-cool workwear.

Oysho

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Oysho

A Zara just for lingerie and swimwear? Is that a dream? For us, yes. But for those across the globe, it's called Oysho, which features pretty lingerie, beachwear, gymwear, and even adorable accessories for every style.

Stradivarius

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Stradivarius

Focused primarily for women under 35 years old, Stradivarius gives the younger demographic those on-trend wares for seriously low prices. 

Bershka

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Bershka

Skewing a bit more youthful, Bershka is what we like to consider Zara's younger, cooler cousin, with current finds like lace dresses, fringe jackets, breezy tops, and more. 

Pull&Bear

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Pull&Bear

You'll find everything you want to wear at Pull&Bear, including forward-feeling pieces that are fashionable but not too, too trendy. We're particularly partial to the site's rad line of swimwear right now. 

Zara Denim Shirt ($50)

 

What do you think of these Zara sister sites? Would you love to see any of them in the States? Let us know in the comments below!

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