We shouldn't go to zara even their clothes good but management ia very bad.I bought 8 t-shirts on 24th november 2017 mq center zara and something be their staffs done mistake and didn't put off plastic alarm from three t-shirt. So, when I went back to store with that three t-shirt to tell them, they have didn't put security alarm from three. They just telling it's their t-shirt and they just forced to take the three t-shirts,they told me i didn't bought them. I am regular customer of but after this harrasment I will never go this store again. They also don't want check thair security cameras. so without seeing the evidence how they could do this.So, my question is if didn't bought how I got t-shirts and bring them from home to their store. They will not help you and they also harassed me through security officer saying that they cannot check security cameras
A well stocked Zara with all the latest high fashion trends at relatively affordable prices. They were selling new winter basics for $20 and had some sale shoes for $35! Their new season stock featured embroided silk jackets with Asian inspired motifs and thick coats with fur lined trim.
Will definitely come back!
The newly renovated Macquaire Center is beautiful and the Zara store is immaculate. Spread over two levels is it clearly organised into ladies, children and men's wear. It's super busy with people everywhere and lots of staff. To be honest I find the shop a bit overwhelming - to properly browse would be very time consuming. There change rooms are gender specific, very annoying. When is shop with my partner we like to try on at the same time and show each other - not so easy when your 'assigned' change rooms are on different levels. It also means the boys have to come all the way out of the change rooms to show the group of girls who are obviously their shopping partners. I think that is a bit confronting!