As we continue to see the star at numerous events, her cutesy bold style is becoming more and more noticeable. She appears to be a big fan of the bold print (particularly leopard) and is not afraid to mix and match – we admire her braveness. Her printed panel dress, tassel clutch and Op Art style heels (centre) are an example of this. The outfit screams out fierce, high from the top of the mountains and we all listen obediently. Key items to her wardrobe are a number of mini dresses, colourful clutches and a range of Charlotte Olympia shoes - the misfit black ankle socks paired with the pink shoes (above) is utterly genius.
Contrasting accessories are a key feature to Zara’s style. The Domakaya clutch bag (below) is indeed the icing to her outfit with its sweet texture, unique shape, fine embroidery and of course, the lovely green eyed monster that follows… She has proven to be one for texture, with a range of luxurious fur jackets and quilted clutches as some of her wardrobe essentials.
Although the presenter appears to be a sucker for the animal print, she also has a tamed side to her style with her long golden locks instantly reflecting the boho trend. This style was carried off at Graduate Fashion Week with her white, goddess ensemble and her cute hippy headgear. So main points to make on the style icon: it is all above the knee where Zara is concerned and there is always a cinched waist belt in the mix, without forgetting the colourful clutch. With all this, her style remains effortless and she is definitely one to watch out for. We must not line up in envy, but take notes.
Words by Samantha Bobb-Lucus