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Zara is hiring 100 fashionable Instagrammers to give free clothes to

Evening Standard logo Evening Standard 17/08/2018 Sabrina Carder

So, we were just on our lunch break, scrolling absentmindedly through our Instagram stories, you know, as you do.

When our eyes caught sight of something that made our heart soar, a new Instagram account called @Zarainfluencer, where the bio reads: "Are you the next Zara influencer?"

With only six images, the first dating back to July 29, 2018, the account has already amassed 134k followers. How? Well, it has a lot to do with its latest post.

The snap filled with text states: "We are in search of 100 fashionable people who have a social media presence. You will receive monthly packages of ZARA® clothing and accessories a season before the public for free! Your only job is to wear and post."

A post shared by Zara Lifestyle (@zarainfluencer) on Aug 16, 2018 at 10:05pm PDT

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Free Zara garms? Erm, count us in!

But, as we then rushed the share the magical news in our bestie WhatsApp group, our heart sank a little as we read the word "requirements".

What was this going to read? Must have over one million followers? Rock hard abs? At least three new season designer handbags?

To our surprise (and relief) the requirements didn't fit the usual ‘influencer’ definition. Instead, the rules stated you must have "a minimum of 200 followers".

Easy. Even if you're a few off the mark, you could get your mum to post your Instagram deets on her highly engaged Facebook and have that number in no time.

A post shared by Zara Lifestyle (@zarainfluencer) on Aug 14, 2018 at 7:37am PDT

So, how do you enter the competition to become a Zara influencer who will recieve free monthly packages, gift cards and added social media exposure?

According to the snap all you have to do is repost the image to your story, tagging the @Zarainfluencer account. Simple.

A post shared by Zara Lifestyle (@zarainfluencer) on Jul 29, 2018 at 3:43pm PDT

Obviously, there is a chance that this is too good to be true.

We have reached out to Zara for more information. But, until it's proven to be a stunt to show just how Zara-crazed we all are, we say better safe than sorry - so go, go, go!


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