Back in 2018, Zara, quite unexpectedly, entered the realm of big Black Friday sales for the first time. Unlike many retailers that continue to celebrate Black Friday for two weeks, Zara’s sale called Friday the 23rd is quite abrupt and it offers 20% off some items. It set a precedent that, up to that point, we thought was impossible. This is a retailer reluctant to drop prices even at the most traditional times of the year, so it’s weird and interesting that it joins the Black Friday parade.
Since 2018, Black Friday and Cyber Monday have become a much larger presence in the world of discounts and peak retail times. And yes, while the occasion usually marks the time when your inbox is flooded with deals on paddle boards, clothes steamers or air fryers for half the price, it’s a pretty good time to be. Consider investing in a variety of wardrobes.
This year, Zara is offering 40% off some items both online and in-store. zara has become increasingly high-end over the years, and while there are still more affordable products available in stores and online, these are the most appreciated and considered pieces that the team at Who What Wear is most often interested. -Leather jackets, more expensive handbags, the best wool coats, and fine knitwear or tailoring that fit perfectly. When it comes to sensible discount shopping, it’s all about pinpointing timeless, classic items rather than on-trend throwaways. For example, a camel coat, a great pair of jeans or an oversized shirt can always be considered a wise purchase if the fabric is good and the cut suits you.