Having a sister is honestly the best, and I’m extra lucky because I have two. I’m the oldest, my sister Eneya is only one year my junior, and my other sister Mikalie (Miki) is six years younger than me. So while we are all technically Gen Z, there is still a good gap between myself, the oldest, and Miki, the youngest. Now that we’re all in a similar-ish age range, the three of us swap clothes all the time, regardless of the fact that we all have very different personalities.
Eneya definitely has the coolest sense of style. She has always had a street style, slightly ’90s grunge vibe to her, and she owns a sneaker collection to be jealous of. She experiments with color and embraces fitted silhouettes while also wearing baggy jeans and loose-fitted pants fairly often. Miki’s wardrobe, on the other hand, tends to skew a little more Gen Z/off-duty model. She has totally mastered the look of a fitted crop top with a pair of straight-leg jeans and sneakers. She loves a good skirt, from mini to maxi, and always keeps it simple when it comes to her tops. Lately, she’s been all about corset tops. When it comes to my personal style, I am a bit all over the place. I love a simple yet elevated look, yet I never shy away from something bold or out of the box, and there is definitely a ’90s influence on my style. I take risks with my wardrobe and keep up with trends. I would say I’m sort of a Gen Z mix of all four Sex and the City characters. We’re all Zara lovers as well and frequent the retailer when we need a quick fashion fix. With that said, there are certain pieces all three of us gravitate toward and style completely differently. For example, we all love a classic black miniskirt, a great bodysuit, a good midi dress, and a nice pair of jeans.
Keep scrolling to see which Zara items all three of us have in our carts.