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Zara’s sale has started: here’s everything I’m adding to my basket

by Erin Lindsay
20th Jun 2019

Need some IMAGE inspiration for your summer sales shopping? Here’s our guide to the mother of all Zara sales

While winter sales are a more straightforward affair of Stephen’s Day madness, summer sales are much more precarious. While the high street and high-end brands stagger out their sale start dates (much to the annoyance of eager shoppers), it’s social media favourite Zara that’s often saving the best for last. Zara’s summer 2019 sale finally began last night at 10 pm online, and will continue over the next few weeks both online and instore.

There are plenty of ways to be strategic about shopping the Zara sale (prices continue to drop as time goes on, so if you’re willing to wait, you could score even bigger bargains), but some pieces are too good to pass up. Here’s the IMAGE edit of the best pieces and bargains in this summer’s Zara sale.


The IMAGE Edit

zaraJacquard trousers with feather trims details, was €39.95, now €29.99


Animal print leather mules, €39.95, now €25.99


Printed halterneck top, was €12.95, now €9.99


Linen dress, €49.95, now €29.99


Mesh textured skirt, was €29.95, now €19.99


Natural round tote bag, was €49.95, now €35.99


Topstitched shirt, was €29.95, now €19.99


Jeans ZW premium magnum pant, was €39.95, now €29.99


Resin sunglasses, €15.95, now €9.99


Knit sweater with ruffle trims, was €29.95, now €19.99


Leather mules with geometric wood-effect heel, was €55.95, now €39.99


Satin skirt, was €59.95, now €29.99


Check frock coat, was €59.95, now €39.99


Soft leather bucket bag, was €59.95, now €39.99


Natural pearl hoop earrings, was €12.95, now €9.99


Buttoned trench coat, was €69.95, now €39.99


Dress with low-cut back, was €25.95, now €12.99


Animal print leather flat sandals, was €29.95, now €19.99


Tie-dye shirt, was €29.95, now €17.99

Featured image: Jason Lloyd Evans

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