Beautiful, colorful, appealing – what makes Spanish women look so special? Find out what their secret is. Or do they have more than one secret?
Women hailing from sunny Spain know well how to look great. Spanish women successfully combine elegance and comfort, mesmerizing everyone around with their looks. What makes their styling so unique? Do they possess some secret knowledge? They certainly have a few tricks that make them look amazing. Get to know them!
Anyone who has ever been to a Spanish city will confirm that Spanish women know well how to combine a super-fashionable look with comfort. It is possible to look perfect and yet casual – and they prove just that. Contrary to appearances, Spanish women do not necessarily rely on a lot of flashy colors, rather they like to choose classic cuts, which they break with one distinctive element. Elegance is their middle name, but still casual! A classic office dress and white sneakers? Sure, Spanish women are very keen on such combinations.
So without a doubt, it can be admitted that Spanish women have perfectly mastered the rules of sporty elegance. Jeans paired with a looser shirt and moccasins, or a white total look in a formal style juxtaposed with sporty footwear – such styles are common in sunny Spain! Spanish women also pay a lot of attention to ensuring that the clothes they choose are made of natural, breathable fabrics. This makes the whole look look better, more refined and classy.
Of course, there is no shortage of lace elements in the closet of Spanish women. Sensual dresses of this type are also one of the hallmarks of Spanish style. Delicate lace or embroidery are elements that make the silhouette look incredibly light and subtle. So it’s hard not to take the opportunity to reach for such materials, if only during an evening out!
It is also worth noting that Spanish women in casual style tend to avoid outfits that expose too much of the body. Deep necklines or shorts that barely cover the bottom – this is not for them, or at least not in street fashion. Popular lengths for dresses and skirts are midi and maxi. Feminine, but also classy! The same is true of the color palette. Fiery colors are reserved rather for the evening, although even there black often dominates, while for daytime Spanish women are very keen on natural colors – beige, brown, orange, gray and yellow. As for patterns, peas, dots or stripes are popular, nothing particularly complicated. So, simplicity, elegance, moderation, but nevertheless a touch of fashion non-obviousness – these things can confidently be considered the determinants of Spanish style.
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