If you’re known in your various circles for the embarrassing number of Zara orders you place every month, you’re in good company here. It’s understandable given the fast fashion retailer’s penchant for producing chic everything: perfect pants, sparkling handbags, slinky tops, and right on-trend pieces inspired by the runway.
There’s never a dearth of fun things to add to your wardrobe, as you’ll see by these 10 Zara picks we’ve collected — all priced at under $100.
10 Budget Zara Picks to Buy Now
All tied up
Perfect paired with flat Grecian sandals or a pair of wedges, this amazing dress has all the hallmarks of a vacation-ready favorite. Cuffed sleeves and an adjustable waist courtesy of a chic rope belt lend it immediate casual vibes. It’s also a perfect blank canvas that you can dress up with a few gilded accessories.
A touch of wild
Adding an animal-print heel to your repertoire is an easy way to dress up your basics — from the plain jeans-and-tee ensembles you live for on weekends to the chic blazer, crisp blouse, and wide-leg pants you wear when you’re going for a more polished look. Either way, these edgy heels with clear accents are the perfect partner.
Going utilitarian has never been such a stylish prospect! These casually constructed pants are designed with fashion in mind, thanks to their elevated waistline, strategically placed pleats, and self-tie belt. Pockets abound, of course, while the taupe-mocha hue is the perfect partner for a neutral cropped top of your choice.
If there’s one piece everyone needs, it’s a spacious handbag that supports the heavy load you carry from time to time. Featuring a mock croc effect, it’s designed with a comfortable woven handle and pops of gold metal to add a little polish to the look. The adjustable shoulder strap is another thoughtful touch you’ll appreciate.
Easy does it
Easy does it in a laid-back jumpsuit designed to see you through the warmest days of the year in complete style. Who can resist the allure of touchably soft fabric combined with a pretty blush-pink hue? Cuffed sleeves, a comfortable elasticized waist, and a pair of buttons pull the look together. Whether with flat sandals or espadrilles, it’s prime warm-weather wear.
A little luxe is always welcome, especially when you want something to dress up your most basic looks. This chic open-work sweater features a cropped silhouette and a sequined finish that adds major sparkle to anything from a satiny black slip dress to a jumpsuit with wide legs. Add a pair of heels and you’re ready for anything.
Plush with pearls
Stay comfortable without sacrificing a hint of style in this plush top perfect for those cool days that don’t quite call for a jacket, yet require more than a light tee or tank. Dotted with delicate pearls, the warm beige top has airy three-quarter length sleeves and a rounded neckline to complete the classic look.
Dressing it up
Offering an effortless way to dress up without the effort, this eye-catching dress celebrates the beauty of tumbling blossoms on a black backdrop. The effect is light yet sophisticated. Balloon sleeves and an elasticized waist lend it an airy sort of comfort — and we love the tie detail at the back neckline for a chic finishing touch.
A chunky agate-style stone sets this necklace apart from anything else in your jewelry box. It’s a brilliant statement piece composed of rough-hewn golden links and medallions. Perfect to wear with a gauzy white top or an airy sundress and a pair of metallic sandals, it’s your new favorite vacation-ready accessory.
Fun with florals
Island-inspired florals are the right choice for any casual, warm day. Pair this breezy halter top with anything from your favorite cropped white pants to jeans and heels for a perfect night-out ensemble. An asymmetric hemline and a self-tie closure at the back neckline transform it from simple to stylish.
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