Leaf it out! Zara shoppers left baffled by £19.99 flower carrying bag and joke it could double up as a sling

  • Zara shoppers took to Instagram to mock the brand’s ‘flower carrying bag’ 
  • Specifically designed to transport flowers it was hailed an ‘influencers dream’
  • Users joked that they’d only need the bag twice a year and called bag ‘random’ 

Zara shoppers have been left scratching their heads after the brand unveiled their ‘flower carrying bag’ priced at £19.99. 

Fashion fans were baffled after discovering the bag – which is specifically designed only to transport a bunch of flowers, taking to social media to ask whether the accessory is an ‘essential’. 

After a picture of the item was posted on the ‘Awkward Zara’ Instagram account, shoppers quickly began to mock the bag – teasing other purposes for the accessory could include carrying a ‘baguette, broken arm or injured animal’. 

The post racked up 1,686 likes and over 200 comments, with users joking that they would only need to use the bag ‘twice a year’ when their partner ‘buys them service station flowers’. 

Zara shoppers have been left scratching their heads after the brand unveiled their ‘flower carrying bag’ priced at £19.99

After a picture of the item was posted on the ‘Awkward Zara’ Instagram account, shoppers quickly began to mock the bag


The bag is is specifically designed only to transport a bunch of flowers and comes in two different designs 

The hilarious Instagram account wrote: ‘Zara’s latest drop is for your essential items only: flowers, tennis rackets, baguettes, injured swans. 

‘The £19.99 flower holder range raises some vital questions: would anyone actually hand over £19.99 for this? 

‘And does anyone actually buy flowers often enough to necessitate a dedicated bag?!’   

Users quickly commented on the bag, with one writing: ‘I buy flowers weekly but I am not carrying them in this, they are going home to be put in a vase not air lifted off a cliff.’ 


Users quickly commented on the bag, with one writing: ‘I buy flowers weekly but I am not carrying them in this, they are going home to be put in a vase not air lifted off a cliff.

The post racked up 1,686 likes and over 200 comments, with users teasing that they would only need to use the bag ‘to carry a baguette’ 

Another said: ‘Going to buy one for my husband to carry my service station flowers home in twice a year.’ 

A third wrote: ‘Oh wow! Just when you think they can’t be any more random’, while another teased: ‘This is a lifestyle Instagrammer’s spring/ summer DREAM.’

Other users speculated on what the accessory could be used for, with one suggesting: ‘Essential for baguettes…yes I’m French’. 

Another wrote: ‘If I had reached a place in my life where I could have a pet duck, I’d buy one to carry said hypothetical pet duck.’ 

A third shopper joked: ‘Could you fit a tantruming toddler in there? Asking for a friend.’ 

Shoppers have been left perplexed by Zara’s latest design branded as a ‘half-finished’ turtleneck (pictured) 

It’s not the first time Zara’s accessories range has raised eyebrows among its customers. 

A few months ago, shoppers were confused by a £19.99 knitted jumper neck and sleeves, which they branded as a ‘half-finished’ turtleneck.

One bemused Twitter user wrote: ‘That’s perfect!!! Sometimes your arms are cold but you still want that CLEAVAGE!’ 

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