How To Buy Zara Clothing Online in India?
Zara is the world the world’s largest apparel retailer, and is regarded as a fast-fashion pioneer; they follow the philosophy of quick manufacturing at an affordable price.
Zara started its operations in India with brick-n-mortar stores which were limited to Tier I and Tier II cities of India. Zara has begun its online retail operations in India from Oct 2017. They are now able to reach out to a wider audience, which helps them create brand awareness and leads to increased business. A win-win situation for customers and Zara. 🙂
Buy Zara Products Online
Zara products can be ordered through their website and mobile apps.
- Website URL- https://www.zara.com/in/
- Zara App for iOS- https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/zara/id547951480?mt=8. Make sure to choose/change the country to India, it will display their entire collection for Indian customers.
- Zara App for Android- https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.inditex.zara&hl=en Make sure to choose/change the country to India, it will display their entire collection from Indian stores.
- Sign up for a free account on Zara- https://www.zara.com/in/en/logon
Shipping Methods & Shipping Charges
Zara can ship products anywhere in India. Zara says home delivery will be made between 2 and 4 working days in some major cities including Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad, and Ahmedabad. The delivery to other destinations could take 5-8 working days. There is also an option to pick up your online purchase from their offline stores.
The free delivery option is available but deliveries for orders worth less than Rs3990 will be charged Rs290.
Payment Options & Cash on Delivery
The Zara store offers so many payment methods and a sense of quality and security. Zara accepts payments by Debit Cards, Credit Cards, and Netbanking. There is also an option for COD (Cash on delivery).
Products availability on Marketplaces
As of now, you can buy Zara products just on Zara official website and apps. You cannot find these products on popular fashion marketplaces such as Jabong and Myntra.