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Zara employee reveals why your favorite item is never in stock and her foolproof tips for finding it anyway [VIDEO]

A fashionista’s worst nightmare? See all her Zara favorites go sold out the moment she adds them to her cart. Luckily, Miriam Cava, aka @miriamcavap on TikTok, has shared some valuable tips with her community so that you never find yourself in this situation again. Employee of the Spanish brand, she reveals to her subscribers the unstoppable tricks to easily get your hands on her favorite item in store or online, even when it is indicated out of stock. Read article These 50 Zara pieces are the must-haves for spring 2023 Miriam Cava’s first advice is only valid in physical stores where it is recommended to visit on particular days of the week. Indeed, the Spanish brand receives, in store and online, its new arrivals on Mondays and Thursdays. So if an item is no longer available on the e-shop, it may be on the shelves of one of the stores near you during deliveries. With more than a hundred addresses in France, the task is not impossible! Your size is no longer available? A little patience, the store could be restocked very soon. Do not hesitate to go there regularly. @miriamcavap de nada mis amores #greenscreen #zara #trucos #inditex #fyp #fyp Rush – Ayra StarrZara tips onlineMiriam Cava also has some great tips for successful online shopping at Zara. On the brand app, locate the magnifying glass icon at the bottom of the page. It will serve you well from now on! Thanks to this one, you will be able to find in a few clicks the looks that you have seen on social networks, without having to go through the rather extensive collections of the Spanish brand, since you just have to click on it and upload a screenshot of the room. Last recommendation: feel free to use Store Mode. This button is present at the top right of the home page of your application when you are logged in to your account. Store Mode offers three options:Click & Go: it allows you to place an order and collect it in 120 minutes, i.e. in less than 2 hours, at your favorite Zara store.Click & Find: it tells you the exact location where your favorite item is located in the store you have defined. Click & Try: it offers you the possibility of booking a fitting room from your phone without having to queue for hours. This last option only activates when you are in store. Good shopping !

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