Zara shoppers 'crying laughing' over photo of £56 black ankle boots

By Jess Flaherty

Zara shoppers were "crying laughing" after spotting a photo of its £55.99 black ankle boots online.

High street favourite Zara is incredibly popular among fashion fans and shoppers alike, with queues to get in its stores often stretching around buildings.

In Liverpool, it is arguably one of the most popular shops in the city centre.

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Parody Instagram account Awkward Zara is focused on mocking some of the brand's campaign and website photos, as well as some of its more unusual outfits - and it's already amassed more than 60k followers.

Any Zara fan will be well aware of the brand's aesthetic, with models posing on its website at quirky angles more commonly associated with magazine editorials.

For some shoppers, this can make it difficult to figure out how to style some outfits - and @awkwardzara takes every chance to showcase the funny side.

The tongue-in-cheek account shared a photo from Zara's website which shows off the retailer's mid-heel ankle boots with track soles (£55.99). In it, the model is bending over and resting a few fingertips on the floor.

Captioning the image, @awkwardzara quipped: "when the period pains start to kick in and you have to stagger towards the nearest available hot water bottle".

Amused followers and Zara fans alike took to the comments section to share their thoughts.

Jaymie said: "When you lose a contact but can’t see to pick it up".

Zakiyya shared a laughing face emoji and said: "Love it".

Steph said: "When you throw your back out and no one is around to help you up and you accept this is your life now".

Laura tagged a friend and said: " there’s an actual insta for it", adding laughing emojis.

Paula said: "the first one and I'm crying laughing".

Other shoppers simply posted crying laughing emojis while some tagged their friends to direct them to the post.

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