We Tried On the Most Controversial Things at Zara—Here’s What We Actually Loved
Meet Lauren, Who What Wear’s fashion editor and the co-founder of The Devils Wear Zara. Lauren is so obsessed with Zara that we started calling herthe Zara Scout. Now she’s turning the nickname into a franchise so she can regularly share her insider knowledge of the brand, including all her hacks, secrets, and must-haves with you.
We often talk about trends as if they are easy to pull off so long as you buy the right things. While that sentiment is not wrong, we often ignore how wearing certain trends will make you feel. Trends like animal print and statement sweaters are typically no-brainers when it comes to styles we’re willing to try, but throw something like neon and slime green into the mix, and suddenly we’re not feeling so confident.
Assuming you probably feel some type of way as well, we did what we do best—went to Zara and tried on all these weird trends so you don’t have to. As you probably know, we view Zara as the best place to test out rising trends for the clothes are affordable and they churn out new trends at the speed of light. Here, Mimi and I will walk you through our semi-traumatic Zara dressing room experiences coming at you all the way from L.A. and NY and show you which pieces we actually ended up falling in love with.