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Zara has a cheaper sister brand — and it's finally in the US!

by Rheana Murray / / Source: Today

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Big Zara fan? We have news for you.

The popular Spanish retailer has a sister brand that's just as cool — and it's finally available in the U.S. It's called Bershka, and you can think of it as a more teen-friendly Zara.

 Red from head to toe? We're into it. Graeme Bulcraig / Bershka

Prices are a little cheaper than Zara's: You can get this black dress with bell sleeves for $30 and this mustard midi skirt for $40, for example. The brand's latest collection also includes lots of trendy options for winter, including faux fur and shearling coats, and velvet dresses and jumpsuits.

Casual clothes are covered, too: There are plenty of slogan T-shirts and sweaters, beanies and athleticwear, all at affordable price points.

 The brand is aimed at juniors. Bershka
 The brand has the same parent company as popular fast-fashion retailer Zara. Graeme Bulcraig / Bershka

While many fashion fans have admired Bershka's pieces from afar (you may have seen them in street-style photos!), the brand has finally made its stateside debut this week with a pop-up store in New York City.

For shoppers who don't live near the Big Apple, don't worry: You can now shop the brand online, too! (And you'll get free shipping if you spend more than $70.)

The website is a one-stop shop, offering accessories and shoes as well as as men's apparel.

 The brand also has plenty of trendy offerings for boys and men. Graeme Bulcraig / Bershka

Pro tip: Don't forget that since Bershka is geared toward juniors, the sizes probably run a little smaller than they do at Zara; even though both stores have the same parent company, Inditex, which owns a handful of European clothing companies.

Bershka's pop-up store will be open in New York's SoHo neighborhood until the end of the year, according to a press release. But if you're heading there, we'd recommend you hurry: Given all the fanfare, we don't imagine the pieces will last for long!

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