Madrid Style

Before we moved to Spain I knew nothing about Spanish style. I just assumed (like I do about all European nations) that the women were impeccably dressed and navigating the cobblestone streets in stilettos with the same ease I paddle around the house in my slippers.

While I wasn’t completely wrong, I also wasn’t right.

For the most part, Spanish women seem to prefer a more laid-back style. Oversized sweaters, massive scarves and flats or low-heeled ankle boots seem to be on heavy rotation for many.

Admittedly, I wasn’t the biggest fan at first, but as time has worn on Spanish style has certainly grown on me. Here are my three favourite Madrid style trends:

Big coats/Big Scarves

Boots

Comfort

Photo source (left and right)

Photo sources (left and right)

For more great examples of Spanish style, check out: http://streetstylemadrid.com/.

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5 thoughts on “Madrid Style

    • Kate says:

      I love a good scarf! So much so that I’ve started wearing them everywhere, no matter the weather. I am just one step closer to being *that* crazy lady haha.

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