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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Steve B., Jun 25, 2007.

  1. AHugeTarsier

    AHugeTarsier New Member

    Dec 13, 2012
    So does anyone know how their jeans/ pants fit? it has waist and inseam measurements on the site, but nothing else...
  2. ebayhtl

    ebayhtl Well-Known Member

    Sep 9, 2007
    Hong Kong
    Pants and jeans = pretty much always slim, Euro style. Have bought a couple of pants there and that's the conclusion. They also usually have a low rise.

    Only things worth buying at Zara IMO are the occasional blazer and jacket - I've got a tuxedo blazer which has held up surprisingly well over multiple years, and a peacoat which I just bought, both on sale for < USD100. Fits well, decent stitching and quality, and look at the price point - not going to find anything with that combo at that price. But that's about it - I have a couple of Zara shirts/pants and found them to be total trash after a few washes, and their lambswool starts scratching very quickly.

    In general I find (as with a lot of brands) that Zara's quality seems to have gone down over the past few years. Bit of a shame because a lot of their stuff fit really nicely, but the quality is getting so bad on most things that I can't overlook the quality deficiency anymore.

    Have moved onto Massimo Dutti now that my income has increased...
    Last edited: Jan 11, 2013

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