A popular high-street fashion brand Zara is being mocked online for making its models pose in a bizarre way to display its clothing line. While it is one of the most sought-after brands, its outlandish approach is confusing its fans. The whole purpose of buying clothes online is to avoid long queues at the mall and for easy and comfortable shopping experience. But if you cannot understand how a certain clothing must be worn, it will leave you disappointed. One such Zara fan expressed her disapproval while shopping online as Zara’s models stood in weird poses which made it difficult for her to buy clothes online. Buy Zara Lungi Worth Rs 4990 Only Because Your Father's Rs 249 Lungi is Too Mainstream.
Melissa, a PR assistant from Kent, England sparked a conversation when she shared the unusual modelling shot on Twitter. A model was seen wearing a coat wrapped around her arms. Her tweet garnered more than 24000 retweets and hundreds of comments. While some mocked Zara for its unusual styling, true Zara fans defended the brand. Sharing the picture, Melissa wrote: “This is the exact reason why shopping online at Zara is impossible. Melania Trump's Controversial Zara Jacket Worth USD 39 is Selling at Close to USD 1000 on Online Auction Site eBay.
This is the exact reason why shopping online at Zara is impossible pic.twitter.com/7UNeiJwYgp
— 🖤 Missy 🖤 (@melissaar_) December 17, 2018
One User wrote:
Zara’s website is a social experiment
— MariaJ🍂 (@mariajblogs) December 18, 2018
Another wrote they get lost on Zara’s website:
I honestly don’t even know how they still have a website. I can never find anything I want without getting lost.
— 🦋★ 𝐵𝓁𝒶𝒸𝓀 𝐵𝓊𝓉𝓉𝑒𝓇𝒻𝓁𝓎 ★🦋 (@Missdreaminggg) December 19, 2018
spitting image of me trying to get dressed for my 9ams 😂
— nicole (@nicolesherry_) December 18, 2018
Zara Lover's Came Out in Defense of the Brand
If you are a true Zara lover you see past their flaws and click on the photo for a normal photo. It’s artsy I love it hahahah
— Charley Hogan (@Larleey) December 18, 2018
Still doesn't stop me buying everything in sight x
— Erin Sweeney (@ErinxSweeney) December 18, 2018
Omg fave shop ever, just have to trust your gut instinct
— meg💘💖 (@Meglucyx) December 18, 2018
Zara earlier this year was also being mocked for its 'check mini skirt' worth Rs.5,000 which basically just looked like a lungi, a traditional attire worn by many Indians down south. Although Zara is a great brand especially for women's clothing but displaying their fashion in weird ways might not be good for their fans who love online shopping.