Tending toward creative but sophisticated looks, simply put, Spanish fashion is hot. So whether you’re looking to renovate your wardrobe or buy a souvenir you will gladly use again and again, Madrid is ground zero for clothes shopping – for both men and women.
In the Spanish capital you’ll find a plethora of interesting clothing stores and beautiful clothes. It can be fun to wander around and discover new shops, but if you don’t have an unlimited amount of time or you’re looking for a smart purchase, it pays to strategize.
For a casual, modern Spanish look, women should first seek out Zara and Mango. Zara has lots of versatile pieces at good prices, while Mango clothes skew a tad more sophisticated. For everyday clothing, men should first try their hand at Adolfo Dominguez.
For a more unique Spanish look, however, women should check out the bold and perennially colorful Agatha Ruiz de la Prada, or else the romantic, more pastel colored store Biscuit. Urban-minded men, however, will find their togs at Playground.
Otherwise the Mercado Fuencarral has a great selection of distinctive clothing. It’s a good place to go if you’re looking to make a statement but you’re not exactly sure what you want yet. You’ll figure it out there!
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