Oysho is Zara's sister brand and is set to shake up our wardrobes when it lands. This under-the-radar brand owned by Inditex stocks chic staples you love, for a fraction of the ZARA price tag.

Oysho is potentially the most elusive brand in the Inditex parent company.

The Spanish retail conglomerate boasts high street fixtures ZARA, Pull & Bear, Bershka, Massimo Dutti, Stradivarius and Uterque amongst the family. However, because Oysho does not have a bricks and mortar presence in Ireland (or indeed in the UK or the US) - we have spent years oblivious to its existence.

The label was founded in 2001, and specialises in women's lingerie, athleisure, beachwear and homewear. According to Inditex, the premise is to marry fashionable, elegant silhouettes with comfort and quality. The company also has sustainability and innovation at the forefront: all garment are made from natural resources, and with intent to minimise the impact of fast fashion on the planet.

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If a trip to Morocco, Indonesia, Mexico, Croatia or South Korea is on your agenda: you're in luck! Oysho has physical stores in 44 countries across the world. The nearest shoppable locations for us Irish customers are to be found in Portugal and Spain.

Alas, that's why we invented computers, isn't it? For all of our retail needs. ASOS stocks a neat selection of Oysho basics, and Oysho.com's online offering means budget-friendly bikinis, neoprene workout gear and silky pajamas are just a click away.

Shop our favourite sale picks below.

 

 

 

Metallic Biker Leggings€19.99, Oysho

 

 

 

Botanical Bikini, from €9.99, Oysho

 

 

 

Striped Pajamas, from €9.99, Oysho

 

 

 

Smooth Sleeveless Workout Shirt, €9.99, Oysho

 

 

 

Triangular Lace Bra, €9.99, Oysho

 

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