Earlier this year, Zara opened its standalone high-street store in Mumbai, which is the biggest by the Global fast-fashion Spanish brand and Jesus Echevarria, chief communications and corporate affairs (Inditex) cleared about his plan to enter into e-commerce zone.
On 27th September the brand announced its online store, for which the website goes live by 4th of October. Now, one can shop anywhere and pick articles from the full range of Zara, which shall be available on its e-commerce website (zara.in).
For smooth delivery and better service, the brand has opened a warehouse in Haryana (in proximity to Delhi) and promises to deliver in 2 to 3 working days in the metro city and in 4 to 6days in other cities. The orders above 4000 will attract free delivery; the rest has to pay 299 as delivery charges. Apart from home deliveries, customers can also pick their orders from all 20 Zara stores in India. Payment can be made using all major debit/credit cards, with PayPal as an additional payment option.
Its close competitor ‘H&M’ also has plans to venture into e-commerce by the end of the year.