Wednesday, September 7

Introducing- Uterqüe, a Spanish high-street king
Yesterday, the Spanish retail giant Inditex, owner of Zara, launched international e-stores for all of their brands– Pull & Bear, Massimo Dutti, Bershka, Stradivarius, Oysho and Uterqüe. I guess this means the launch of Zara a few months back has been quite a success.

Zara aside, my favourite of the Inditex brands is Uterqüe. I have actually been saying for a while how they should really open shops in the UK because people would go bonkers for it. If Massimo Dutti was Zara's older sister, Uterqüe is the stylish classic cousin. Their price range is higher but can't be called expensive. What I love most about it is that, unlike other stores, they take inspiration from the catwalk and create trendy pieces. But they do this with good quality materials and in quite a timeless way.
My sister, who just turned 20, is a big fan –he loves the bags and small accessories. They also have quite a nice range of ready-to-wear, which is also comparatively more expensive but quite chic, jewellery and sunglasses.
Take a look here.


Anonymous said...

LOVE Uterqüe! I do agree, they need to introduce it to the UK, it would be a guaranteed success. So glad they have an online store now, eeek!

Anonymous said...

wow! I had no clue this brand existed thanks for keeping us in the know, love love love!