Ready Your Wallets: Zara’s End-of-Season Sale Is Up to 60% Off

Check out the cutest finds we saw.

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PHOTO BY Website/Zara ILLUSTRATION Pat Villarica

(SPOT.ph) Just like our favorite The Devil Wears Prada line, "Gird your loins," it's time to get our wallets ready because we're finally in our favorite season of all. Yep, we're talking about Zara's bi-annual End-of-Season sale! If you're currently reading this article, it's either you already have something in your cart or you're just about to add something in it. Whatever the case, let us help you out with your favorite coping mechanism: shopping. 

You can grab items at up to 60% off on pieces from the men's, women's and children's past collections. And if you're smart about your shopping, you know that fashion knows no gender, so be sure to scour all three sections for a good deal. We round up some of the cutest, and more importantly, most worth-it items to cop. 

Also read: Zara Owner Is Closing 1,200 Stores Worldwide

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Check out some of the pieces you can score in this edition of Zara's sale:

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Cropped Top (P795 from P1,695). 
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Poplin Panelled Dress (P895 fro P2,995).
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Linen Blend Crop Top (P1,295 from P1,995). 
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Satin Tie-Dye Dress (P1,995 from P2,995).
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Loose-fitting Button Blazer (P3,995 from P5,995).  
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Printed Wrap Trousers (P1,995 from P4,995). 
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The sale starts on June 22 online while brick-and-mortar stores will be sale starting June 23.

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