5 Things I Love About Zara Kids

Friday, April 29, 2016


My obsession with baby clothes began when I was pregnant, and I used to drag Jono around the shops looking for the perfect pieces for our son. He found it tedious, and would say every time that he "would look beautiful in a bin bag", but it didn't put me off. It wasn't until Zach was 6 months old that I made my first purchase from Zara Kids, and since then I haven't looked back. Here are the reasons why I love shopping there:

On Trend

Oh maaaaan do Zara hit the nail on the head when it comes to stylish baby clothes. Everything they do is so on trend, and a refreshing change to the usual sailor/floral options most shops offer. I always get so many compliments on Zach's outfits, and he definitely has a better wardrobe than me!

Gender Neutral

Whilst their clothes aren't unisex they are the one high street store I have found that goes against gender stereotypes. As someone who doesn't like the whole 'pink for girls, blue for boys' thing their pieces are right up my street. Currently they are stocking several items in pinks and purples in the boys section which is amazing as I haven't seen this anywhere else!

Reasonably priced

In general the price of children's clothes is a little ridiculous considering how small the pieces are, and how little wear they will get out of them. In comparison to other brands I think Zara's prices are really affordable, although some of their pieces can be a little more pricey. They have a huge range of tops at £2.99 and leggings at £6.99, and these are the items I buy which make up the bulk of Zach's wardrobe.

Fast shipping

One of my pet peeves when it comes to shopping online is waiting for your order to be delivered. I have found that my Zara parcels tend to arrive after just two days which is pretty amazing. I also get things delivered to store when I don't hit the threshold for free delivery, and again there is a really quick turnaround.

Generous Sizing

Now I think I will be alone with this one because in general people seem to find that Zara's clothes come up a bit small, but as Zach is such a tiny dot their clothes are always huge on him (especially their trousers!). He will be 15 months old next week and the 12-18 months clothes I have just bought him will probably last until the winter! It means that he gets a lot of wear out of everything, which means I get my money's worth.

Do you shop at Zara for your little ones?

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12 comments

  1. I agree - I LOVE Zara baby and despite having a girl I often buy things from the 'boys' section, as it's all so stylish! I also love the packaging - it always feels like I've spent a lot more than I actually have :)

    Helen x
    http://treasureeverymoment01.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. I've just ordered some leggings for Zach from the 'girls' section - love it! And yes the packaging is a dream! xx

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  2. Love Zara for myself and the kids, their sizing really is spot on! And their sales are unbelievable too. I will have to go look for baby smith x

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    1. I love their adult clothes too but I'm a bit too top heavy to fit in most of their tops haha! Yes, go have a look for baby smith - how exciting! xx

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  3. I share your love of Zara kids. Starting from the lovely box that their online deliveries come in. Some of my favourite peices for Baby Girl are ones from Zara. Sobgorgeous and such great quality! Xx #thelist

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    1. Yes, I forgot to mention the box aside from the photo! xx

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  4. I have heard so many people rave about Zara! I really need to start shopping there x

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  5. I'm so with you. My daughter is of similar age and despite everyone saying she'll soon be in and out of clothes that is soo not true with her. #TheList

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    1. Yes! Clothes seem to last for ageeeees on Zach too! xx

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  7. I LOVE Zara for baby clothes and it's wear I've made the bulk of my purchases since my twin girls arrived. I totally feel you on the gender neutral thing - I find that even the dresses aren't over the top girly and froufrou - they come in gorgeous colours and patterns that i'd be pretty proud to wear myself!

    Lil @ whipuntilfluffy.com <3

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