August 3rd, 2017
Zara FW17 Campaign

Mix it Up

Zara is my favorite fast fashion fix, and over the years I’ve found a number of great items. The trick is to choose carefully and never wear a look head-to-toe—it’s all about a high/low mix. The stunning FW17 campaign shot by Steven Meisel and styled by Karl Templer showcases a number of pieces that would slide nicely into my wardrobe.

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VANESSA SEWARD

Dorian double-breasted checked cotton-blend tweed coat

GUCCI

Embellished quilted leather gloves

GANNI

Camberwell leopard-print linen-blend canvas jacket

FRAME

Le High straight-leg jeans

GANNI

Ipanema shirred halterneck swimsuit

LOEWE

Hammock small leather tote

SIMON MILLER

W006 Enid mid-rise wide-leg jeans

BLAZÉ MILANO

Silk and linen-blend blazer

K JACQUES ST TROPEZ

Fusain leather sandals

CEFINN

Belted muslin dress

JENNIFER BEHR

Black velvet bow barrette

MAX MARA

Belted cotton-twill midi dress

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  • Ooooh! I like. Very sharp…and elegant.

    SuWuAugust 3rd, 2017  7:06 PM

     
  • These photos are beautiful. But in real life, I usually find Zara either looks unfinished or feels itchy. And shoes fit badly.

    ToriAugust 3rd, 2017  8:45 PM

     
  • I think the only thing I’ve ever bought from Zara is a pair of flat leather sandals that are lovely but it’s never hot enough in the UK to wear them! It’s interesting isn’t it how the high street brands are using the same high end photographers, stylists, models etc as luxury houses. I guess it’s because the same stylists ‘consult’ on both. People like Karl Templar really are the unsung heroes of fashion, they just know how to add polish to anything!

    disneyrollergirlAugust 4th, 2017  5:58 AM

     
  • Love these pieces! What are you buying from this collection. You always select the best items from Zara – they fly out of the store!

    LisaAugust 4th, 2017  6:50 AM

     
  • I bought a navy, light-weight parka with white lining last fall and it is my all-time favorite jacket paired with jeans—perfect for running around. The short pea coat could be great for the same purpose.

    PrestonAugust 4th, 2017  10:43 AM

     
  • I always find something fabulous at Zara!

    MojiAugust 4th, 2017  12:09 PM

     
  • I always pop into Zara and leave empty-handed. The clothes seem unfinished, and fit in odd ways on me. I’ve contemplated seeing if my seamstress could help, but then just give up and leave. 🙂

    NikAugust 4th, 2017  5:50 PM

     
  • My Zara experience started with initial excitement that I could find really current pieces at an inexpensive price point. However, I feel Zara has helped remind me, and my girls, that quality should always be one’s objective. I have long written them off as my budget does not allow for mistakes, no matter how fresh the design and nexpensive he item. I’ve found that COS is a better place for my seasonal infusion of a few, very few, trend pieces. However, I can’t argue that they don’t have the au courant look!

    KWAugust 4th, 2017  11:08 PM

     
  • I am with Nik and KW. I love the look of Zara in print but it doesn’t translate to in person. Great pics here though.

    karenAugust 5th, 2017  6:10 PM

     

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