Have you ever scrolled through Zara’s online store, yearning for items that aren’t easily accessible from New Zealand’s humble shores?
Well it seems New Zealand-based online retailer Co.label has also realised this gap in the market, and is now stocking selected garments from the spanish chain store for the first time.
Co.Label Business Unit Manager Nerroly Hay said Zara clothing was some of the hardest for New Zealanders to get their hands on.
“Kiwis are such avid travellers. They go overseas and see what’s out there on the high street and then can’t get it once they come home,” Hay said.
The website offers a flat $5 shipping rate, and because the warehouse is based locally, if that new Zara Checked Oversized Blazer doesn’t quite fit right it can be returned without causing too much of a headache.
Co.label, which was founded in March 2012, is headquartered in Hamilton and also has an Australian-based website, stocking street-wear brands like Converse, One Teaspoon, Style Stalker and Dr Denim.
“Having a local online fashion destination for New Zealanders and Australians to get the latest trends and still be able to shop from the comfort of their home is something we’re very passionate about building,” Nerroly said.
Zara has over 1800 stores internationally and is renowned for its ability to produce fashion-forward designs at a low price point.