You're busy relaxing on your beach vacation when you realize you forgot to pack comfortable sandals. The solution? Pop into Zara. We've all turned to the fast-fashion retailer in our times of crisis. But if you've ever stopped by the shop while traveling abroad, you may have noticed something funny: Not all Zaras are created equal. When you do the math, pieces you've had your eye on at home can come with a totally different price tag across the pond.
So where do you pay more for the same goodies? We took a look at the prices of a few pieces here at home and compared them to prices in four other countries, Spain (where Zara originates), England, Mexico, and Japan. Converting the currencies to the U.S. dollar, we could see how different regions stack up, in terms of pricing.