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    Question Zara?

    It may be a far out question you guys. What is everyone's opinion on Zara? Ive been trying to expand my style from my normal black t shirt and a pair of beat up old shorts everyday, and I think I'm making pretty good progress or at least trying to. Ive been eying coats recently and found one Zara makes that I really like but I want opinions about the quality of their stuff. It seems like the price is pretty good but I'm defiantly willing to come up on price on another brand if the quality is a lot better,I just dont know what brands to look at that are similar but aren't in the $5-600 range for the same kind of coat. Any opinions are appreciated or if anyone can steer me in the right direction of good brands.

    Here is the link to the coat Im looking at,or one that is similar if anyone has an idea
    3/4 LENGTH COAT WITH KNITTED COLLAR - Coats - Man - ZARA United States

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    I actually went to zara today,

    I really like the clothes there.

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    Check out J.Crew's custom tailored clothing. It can range from $200-500, but the quality is definitely worth it.
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    zara makes fashion affordable through copying other designers. they are able to do so through good supply chain.

    as for their clothes, material is usually so so. quality is about average. fashion style is usually decent. price and value are what draws people. i personally don't shop there. to me, something is just missing when you buy from a copy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by djantlive View Post
    zara makes fashion affordable through copying other designers. they are able to do so through good supply chain.

    as for their clothes, material is usually so so. quality is about average. fashion style is usually decent. price and value are what draws people. i personally don't shop there. to me, something is just missing when you buy from a copy.
    exactly what he said, they make their clothes in Spain so they can pull many new Italian inspired looks while still trending. for the dollar spent, it goes along way there.

    I really like Zara, great way to make your wardrobe a bit Milan inspired looking without killing your bank account. again good way to mix in cheaper items or if you want buy a unique colored sport coat you wont feel bad about since its not $1000+ for something you may not wear often

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    Great designs, shitty quality.
    Once you wash it, it will lose its shape or start disintegrating.

    It's like Ikea of fashion world.

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