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post #16 of 21
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I was in the new 5th ave store as well.
Cool. Did you see their shirts? What did you think of them? When will they have their end of season sale (approximate dates?)
post #17 of 21
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(itzamazing @ 28 Sep. 2004, 4:19) I was in the new 5th ave store as well.
Cool. Did you see their shirts? What did you think of them? When will they have their end of season sale (approximate dates?)
I will admit, I was impressed, but not impressed enough to spend $55. They had some interesting patterns there. I say stick with the shirts and outerwear at Zara, their pants just seem strange. They also had this zip up cardigan for $99 where the arms were a chunky wool material and the front of it was a faux seude/brushed cotton? material. Really nice for the cooler/cold weather. It's nice to see the men get the entire lower level (the store nearby at Bloomies has a really small mens section). They usually have a sale around the holidays, starting at around 30%, with the steeper discounts (and of course, fewer items) coming in January.
post #18 of 21
In my experience, Zara is cheaper in Europe. I purchased a couple of shirts earlier this year for 24.00 Euros each and a cotton sweater for about 35.00 Euros in Brussels. Quality is so-so, but the styling is decent and sleeve and body length are nice, as I'm a bit on the short side.
post #19 of 21
I just visited the new 5th Ave store, and also like some of their styles... but didn't have anything I didn't already have.  If I were still single, and wanted to impress a stylish Manhattanite woman, I might buy more from this store.   Their shoes are of questionable quality, but in general, what do people think of the pointed-toe styles?  I wouldn't wear them in the office, that's for sure.   Some dudes can pull it off, but it just screams "fashionisto" (I made up this word) to me.
post #20 of 21
i don't think i have bought anything there. Actually, I did,a funny t-shirt that seemed made out of plastic. In any case, I think Zara is definitely above H&M but much more pricier in the US. I don't understand why Club Monaco is mentionned at all. I think of Zara clothes as "trendier" while Club Monaco stuff is mostly basics.
post #21 of 21
I like Zara. Good style. Good quality. Good price. Bad location (no stores close to me).
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