SHOPPERS have been left in stitches over a Zara handbag which looks just like a kettlebell.
Customers have been taking to social media after spotting the gym-like accessory in stores.
The Zara "rigid bag" is available in black and blue denim on sale £45.99
Sharing a snap of it on TikTok, one person joked: "Zara sells kettlebell bags now.
"Get your workout done on the go."
They're not the only one who noticed as another asked: "Structured bag or kettlebell?"
And while the bag is giving social media users a good laugh, it doesn't seem like they're rushing to buy one.
A fashion fan said: "Weights at 6pm, drinks with the girls at 7pm. It's a no from me."
A second wrote: "No I love unique things but this is a monstrosity."
Meanwhile, a third agreed: "Nah that's hideous, looks like a steering wheel."
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One fitness fanatic, however, insited: "Somebody said it was giving kettlebell realness. Lmao I love her."
Elsewhere, a fashionista has given shoppers a glimpse behind the doors of one of the UK’s largest Zara’s.
And with huge displays, a home section that’s bigger than any before, and no queues in sight – yes, you read that right – it definitely doesn’t disappoint.
The popular high street store recently launched a new flagship location in London’s newly refurbished Battersea Power Station shopping centre.
This particular Zara, described on their website as “a concept store”, boasts two huge floors of clothing, shoes, accessories – and much, much more.
The brand also says the look and feel of the store is even more luxurious than its sister stores..
That’s because it’s located in a “large, clean and neutral space that emphasises architect Frank Gehry´s vision for the building.”
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