For any Zara or Mango Lover, these popular brands are going to blow your mind away
If you’re someone who’s even slightly into fashion and following new trends, there’s a chance you’ve got the Zara app on your phone. While a majority of my closet bears their label, too, over the past year I’ve been trying to shop more consciously, not just pieces that’ll last me longer than trends do but clothing that’s made locally and more sustainably. Check out these online Popular Homegrown Brands That Are Just As Good as Zara or Mango.
These local brands are as good as the Fashion
If you’re someone who’s even slightly into fashion and following new trends, there’s a chance you’ve got the Zara app on your phone. While a majority of my closet bears their label, too, over the past year I’ve been trying to shop more consciously, not just pieces that’ll last me longer than trends do but clothing that’s made locally and more sustainably. Check out these popular homegrown brands that are just as good as Zara and Mango for everything from the perfect pair of jeans to birthday dresses and beyond.
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If Zara or Mango went on a permanent holiday to Goa, this is what we imagine the store would look like, Urban Suburban’s designs are cool, effortless and so chic, that it’s hard not ordering one of everything. Their collection includes breezy jumpsuits and dresses, flowing skirts, and perfect holiday attire whether you’re going on one or just pretending.
Raise your hand if you’ve added random accessories to your shopping bag just so you don’t have to pay for shipping at Zara and Mango. Minimum for free shipping aside, Zara and Mango have really chic gold jewelry that’s all the rage, especially their chain-link necklaces. Kissa, though, has my heart for doing not just incredible gold, layered jewelry at more affordable rates than Zara and Mango; they’ve also got an evil eye-inspired collection that’s so cool.
If there’s one thing you’ll notice at Unkahee, it’s that no two pieces look the same; the designs are unique and that’s what they’re all about – contemporary pieces that stem from individualism and Indian art. They’ve got awesome crop tops, a co-ord set, and a jumpsuit I have a strong need for, and the rest you’ll have to see for yourself.
Z-names aside, Zachi is my go-to for stuff that I’d typically find at Zara and Mango; they’ve got all the coolest new trends and silhouettes but without the Zara and Mango price tag. Love their crop tops and midi skirts that can be styled a million ways but also check out their casual tees or dresses if you’re feeling fancy.
Venture into the professional, boss babe side of Zara and you’ll find a ton of sleek and clean silhouettes Luckily, Gaima Label is sans-pain when it comes to pricing; their trousers, shirts, and sets are available in neutral colours that can be worn together or as separates, dressed up or down and doesn’t this top remind you so much of Bridgerton.
Another underrated section at Zara and Mango is their shoes; the mules, slides, and sandals are always trendy, always chic, and always not available in my size. Blue Baksa’s a good Indian replacement for their shoes, they do handmade flats and heels that are comfortable, affordable, and come in so many cute colors.
Source: Urban Suburban