Zara is one of the most popular fashion brands in the world. In the last few years, it has acquired a huge market in the fashion world, specially in India. These days, youngsters in urban areas and metro cities of India, are crazy about Zara, and, in fact, every year, when the company announces its sale period, Zara showrooms are the most crowded places in shopping malls.
But, recently, Zara got badly trolled on Twitter for selling ‘Indian Lungi’ for INR 6,000. Lungi is the most comfortable piece of clothing for your bottom in summers. It is a preferred outfit, most for men, but is also sported by women, these days. Its super comfortable style and affordable cost make it a favourite in most of the parts in India.
But, when Twitterati saw Zara selling Lungi INR 6,000 they couldn’t keep their calm and trolled the fashion brand left, right and centre. Zara described lungi as “Flowing skirt with draped detail in the front. Front slit detail at the hem. Zip fastening in the back hidden along the seam.”
Here’s how Twitterati reacted:
wow and all these years i thought my dad wasn't fashionablehttps://t.co/H81D4hTLYF
— Siri (@thefakesiri) January 30, 2018
— Sarakshi Rai (@Sarakshi) January 30, 2018
Who wore it better? And yes Zara, that's a lungi! pic.twitter.com/65KwCBxIDC
— Aaqib Raza Khan (@aaqibrk) January 30, 2018
I’m gonna list my collection on eBay and get rich. https://t.co/oJ2oB6w41M
— Imteaz (@iiimteaz) January 30, 2018
— harshavardan ganesan (@harshgana28) January 30, 2018
Those are def lungis. And it looks ridiculous 😂 Some "designer" just copied the design & nobody at Zara seems to have known better.
— Kirk Serpes (@KirkSerpes) January 30, 2018
My dad's lungi is probably cheaper than 3 pounds https://t.co/KzDd2IlqYI
— Phoolan Devi (@ashsultana) January 30, 2018
— Aria (@ms_aria101) January 28, 2018
£70 (Rs6,300) for a lungi?? I'm in the wrong profession!
— Mohan Sinha (@Mohansinha) January 30, 2018
Zara out here selling macawis for £70?! I'm good g – I'll just get my dads one from his cupboard for free 😂 pic.twitter.com/YGzMgNIvjm
— General Nasir (@GeneralNasir) January 29, 2018