Famous Fashion Brand Zara Just Started Selling Gotay Wali T-Shirts, Yup

By Biya Haq | 16 Oct, 2017

Okay friends, you know better than anyone by now that brands around the world love us.

Source: This Is Childhood Via: TumblrFrom our ethnic prints to our traditional styles, we have proven to be a constant source of inspiration to brands everywhere. And even though it has been pretty ridiculous from time to time, we can’t say it hasn’t been flattering.

Of course not counting the times they completely missed the mark…

 

For instance gora designers ripped us off and made this $300 Charpayi

Source: Target

You read that right – a THREE HUNDRED dollar charpayii. Or sorry, a $300 ‘Jute India Bench.’ Thanks, Target.

 

This ‘Chandelier’ tika by ASOS

Source: asos.com

With wedding season right around the corner, who wouldn’t want a nice dainty ‘Chandelier’ to top off any outfit? KNOW YOUR FASHION @Asos.

 

And this unforgettable high fashion kambal bag brought to you by Balenciaga

Source: Net-a-porter

No. Words.

Well now we’ve got something new for you and you’re gonna absolutely love it.Ladies and gentlemen, we bring you the very humble, the very traditional.

 

GOTA TRIMMED T-SHIRT

Source: zara.com

 

YUP.

Zara, an internationally known fashion brand has 2,200 stores in 93 countries. Dominating the fashion scene everywhere, their newest fall fashion line includes this t-shirt with a ‘tribal print ribbon along the hemline.’

Source: zara.com

AKA, gota. lol.

It seems as if the world can’t get enough of us and honestly, who can blame them? Hehehe lolsy, love you world.

Do you like the new trend? Are you going to start lining your shirts with tribal print ribbon? Let us know in the comments below.

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