Woman Plugs Affordable Zara-Like Heels From Legit in TikTok Video, South Africans Question Quality

Woman Plugs Affordable Zara-Like Heels From Legit in TikTok Video, South Africans Question Quality

  • In a recent TikTok video, a woman showcased affordable heels from Legit strikingly similar to those found at Zara, but at a lower cost
  • This clip has stirred a debate among Mzansi viewers, raising questions about the value of trading price for quality
  • Speaking to Briefly News, Letlhogonolo Madiga says her content caters to individuals with refined preferences but have limited budgets

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A young woman has been trending on TikTok for her fashion plug.
A woman has shared a video of her discovery of heels that look similar to those from Zara at a fraction of the cost. Images: @letlhogonolo_madiga
Source: TikTok

A woman from Mzansi showcased a pair of heels that closely resemble those available at the popular fashion retailer Zara, but at a significantly lower price.

Affordable Zara-like heels

The video has sparked a lively debate among viewers, who now question whether sacrificing quality for a lower price is a wise choice. The video uploaded by Letlhogonolo Madiga on her TikTok page gained attention for comparing the affordable heels from Legit and the higher-priced Zara version.

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While some viewers praised the woman's budget-friendly find, others expressed concerns about potential differences in quality, comfort, and durability. The video highlighted a common dilemma faced by shoppers choosing between budget-friendly alternatives and established brands.

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In a comment exclusive to Briefly News, Letlhogonolo Madiga says:

"I created this type of content for ladies like myself, who appreciate luxury but have a tight budget. It's important to shop around before you buy."

The clip has gained nearly 500K views and thousands of reshares in a day. Watch the video below:

TikTok Zara-like heels video sparks debate

South Africans shared their views and reflected on the importance of considering factors beyond price, such as material quality and long-term value, when making purchasing decisions.

People flocked to the comment section to share their views:

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@Winter said:

"Legit shoes are not that comfortable, or it’s just me?"

@Melons shared:

"I was just about to order Zara. I’m going straight to Legit."

@vuvu joked:

"They are also making a noise when you walk, tswi tswi."

@user4291035285416 commented:

"It seems like all shops are selling one thing, before we buy we must compare the prices."

@user1852962343087 said:

"Legit is coming through for us."

@bigeyez8 advised:

"If you want comfort and quality, you know what to do."

Johannesburg woman discovers Zara clothes at China Mall

In a similar story, Briefly News reported about a Johannesburg woman's surprising find of Zara clothing items in a local China Mall, stirring mixed reactions among shoppers.

In a video shared on TikTok, the woman showcases the Zara items available in a shop within the mall.

Thalukanyo Mutepe shares that her content is inspired by her personal experiences when she moved to Johannesburg.

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Trisha Pillay (Weekend current affairs editor) Trisha Pillay is a Current Affairs writer at Briefly News. She has a degree in Journalism from the University of Johannesburg and an Honours degree in International Politics from UNISA. She joined ENCA straight out of varsity and completed an internship at the channel. Pillay later went on to cover politics, crime, entertainment, and current affairs at the Citizen Newspaper. She joined Newzroom Afrika in 2019 and became a senior bulletin editor for shows focused on politics and current affairs on the channel. She joined Briefly News in 2023. You can contact her at trisha.pillay@briefly.co.za

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