When Are These Zara Sister Shops Coming To The U.S.?

FOMO, y'all. After word last week that Zara’s more-affordable sister brand Stradivarius would soon arrive in London — but not in the U.S. — our picked-last-in-gym-class feelings further intensified. Sure, we have Zara, but along with Stradivarius, there’s a world of fast-fashion meccas under the same Inditex umbrella that we've yet to encounter in the states. And, it appears you all couldn’t agree more — since you sounded off in the comments section with shops you think we’re missing out on. So, we compiled a list of the stores that should make their American debuts. Click through to learn more; if you want to sign our petition to bring 'em stateside, we'll let you borrow our pen.
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Uterqüe

What You’ll Find: Sophisticated, of-the-moment pieces (culottes, Hawaiian-printed dresses, fringe-accented jackets) that look designer — without the hefty price tag.
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Pull&Bear

What You’ll Find: Everyday wares like throw-on dresses, pullovers, and sandals that are fashion-forward without being too trendy.
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Oysho

What You’ll Find: Pretty lingerie, sweet swimwear, and comfy loungewear that won’t break the bank — but won’t feel like you’re wearing cheap undies, either.
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Bershka

What You’ll Find: Younger-feeling separates (tanks, cutoffs, and flowy dresses) at super-affordable prices. Think Zara’s little sister.
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