E-Zara has come to those who waited patiently.
Another attractive shopping point, ZARA’s online store, offers clothes from all of its garment departments – women’s, men’s and children’s. Starting from yesterday, Croatian online shoppers can buy and return clothes via ZARA’s e-store. The clothes bought on the internet can also be picked up at ZARA’s physical stores, and delivery to the store is free, report Poslovni.hr and Journal.hr on March 10, 2016.
If you want to pick up the clothes at a ZARA location, you can do that at the store of your choosing. The timeframe for buyers to collect their goods is 3 to 5 days. Meanwhile, standard delivery for online orders is 3 to 5 days and the fee is 29.90 kuna, while the express delivery within 2 to 3 days costs 79.90 kuna.
Zara, which is among the biggest fashion brands in the world, has previously announced that its online shop for Croatia was planned in keeping with the expected broadening of the Inditex business operations in the European Union. Needless to say, this was a happy occasion for many shoppers who are often discouraged by the crowded malls and stores, including Zara which has a loyal following in the country.
Good news never comes alone – the online shopping will not be limited to this one brand. The Inditex conglomerate has hinted that it will also launch its Croatian web-shops for the other brands under its umbrella. The brands in question are Pull&Bear, Massimo Dutti, Bershka, Stradivarius, Oyshoand Zara Home.
Zara chain is a part of Inditex, one of the top fashion retailers in the world. Inditex has been gradually building the presence of its brands in the EU, and it will have online stores for all of them in all the 28 EU member states by April. The number of markets in which the group sells its products online will grow to 40 worldwide.
“All the chains sell the same products online as in their physical stores, continually updating their ranges, and online shopping prices match store prices”, the company said.