31 Zara Items on the Top of Our Winter Wish Lists

We're not sure how, but Zara has managed to become akin to a social media app for us. We now incorporate it into our morning (and evening) checks, looking at the new-in section much like we would Instagram. Instead of liking pictures, we hit that wish-list button a way of interacting with the high-street hero. And it's becoming a regular occurrence now more than ever since the winter drop has landed in all its glory. 

The new collection is so damn good—and when we say good, we mean it's far too amazing for us not to share with you. Seeing as we've spent hours trawling through page after page of Zara newness, it'll make us feel better knowing the hours were well spent. 

Want a spoiler of what to expect before you peruse our carefully thought-out edit? Some of the best coats in the biz—including puffer, oversized and could-be-designer—along with blazers to wear for work through to party season. There's even a velvety slip dress that looks like it could have been found in a thrift shop, personalised accessories and knee-high boots that are already selling out in other colours. Without further ado, here are the best winter Zara pieces to shop already.

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Kermit-green anything gets a firm yes this season. 

The search for the best striped sweater can stop. We've found one of the best (if not the best) style on the high street. Ta-da.

Imagine this dress with thick tread boots and a puffer. 

The overshirt has had a heritage-check update for winter, and we approve. 

The black version has already sold out online. No doubt these will have the same fate. Be quick. 

Bringing all the '00s vibes, this bag has stolen our hearts.

Meet the jumper that'll make you thankful for cold weather. 

Add these dazzlers to a T-shirt-and-jeans pairing for an instant update. 

This cami dress looks like a vintage find. That's every night-out outfit sorted, then. 

This cardigan has a matching knitted vest. We repeat: a matching vest.

The three-piece suit is having a serious moment, and the waistcoat is centre of attention. 

Party season calls for personalised hair accessories. 

Seventies prints aren't going anywhere. Try this silky shirt with wide-leg trousers. 

So comfy, these boots were quite literally made for walking. 

A designer vibe for a high-street price. Sold. 

Yes to ear muffs. Next up, mittens with string?

If you haven't jumped on the cargo-trouser trend yet, now is your chance. 

It may look like a vintage gem, but this velvet, beaded kimono is part of Zara's limited-edition edit. 

A red-hot blazer will be complete with the matching trousers.

The corset top, ruched sides and satin touch make it look way more expensive than it is. 

What makes a cosy knit even more appealing? Matching cosy trousers, of course. 

Denim this season is far from boring. Case in point: the perfect printed jeans. 

Wear for day with knee-high boots and after dark with metallic mules. 

You'll want to layer this high-neck top under shirts, V-neck dresses and knits. 

And now we want to wear a preppy polo top at all times.

Swaddle up in this chocolatey puffer all winter. 

Initial necklaces are out; initial chain bags are in. 

Chunky loafers with socks or tights are a winter favourite. 

This special-edition coat is the ideal everyday style. 

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