5 Zara Outfit Ideas to Copy Whenever Your Clothes Bore You

You don’t have to be a Zara expert or a superfan to reap all the benefits of visiting the retailer’s site. (Though if you want to become a Zara insider, here's how to find out about its massive sales before anyone else.) In fact, we’ll even argue that you don’t necessarily have to spend a penny at the retailer in order to find the store helpful. Simply put: A favorite pastime of ours is scouring outfit inspiration from all sources across the internet—Zara’s e-commerce listings not excluded.

Lately, we found ourselves in the midst of so many amazing outfit ideas when we sift through the site. While any of these can be easily re-created with or without the brand's products, we have to admit that we're a little tempted to add that must-have leather shirt-jacket or Rosie Huntington-Whiteley-approved neutral bodysuit to our shopping cart.

Not sure what we mean? The five creative Zara-approved outfits below look thoughtful and are as easy to piece together as jeans and a T-shirt. To prove how much inspiration we personally get from scrolling through Zara's site, we're even showing you how our editors wear items from three of the below five outfits IRL. Feel free to shop any key pieces to style them yourself, or take the $0 approach and put this outfit inspiration to use with whatever you already own.

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Want to make your leather separates really pop? Layer them over a bright white turtleneck for a forward take on Western style.

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Zara's $20 bodysuit is going viral and the brand itself is offering one very cool styling idea: tucking the skimming bodysuit into slouchy jeans and finishing it off with barely there sandals.

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A romantic organza blouse doesn't have to be overly sweet. Style it alongside utilitarian trousers for a very 2019 outfit idea.

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The best way to let you over-the-knee and knee-high boots have their moment is by pairing them with a minidress.

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Wearing beige-on-beige looks impossibly expensive. The only thing that could make it more luxe? Grounding the neutral combo with a pair of sleek black ankle boots.

Next up: Shop all the under-$100 items that are on their way to earning It status.

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This story was published at an earlier date and has since been updated by Anna LaPlaca.