Popular Spanish Clothing Brands: A Shopper’s Guide to Elevate Your Style in Spain


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If you’re planning a trip to Spain or just want to add a touch of Spanish flair to your wardrobe, you’re in for a treat. In this blog post, we’re diving into the world of Spanish clothing brands, uncovering the hottest names and must-visit stores that will take your style game to the next level. From well-known favorites like Zara and Mango to hidden gems like Bimba y Lola and Sfera, we’ve got you covered with this ultimate shopper’s guide to Spanish clothing brands. As a 15-year resident, I’ll tell you my go-to places and let you know the price points so you know where to shop for your style and budget.

Popular Spanish clothing brands


Zara is the most recognizable international fashion brands from Spain with about 3000 stores worldwide. It was established 1974 in Spain and made, Amancio Ortega one of the richest people in the world. It gained noteriety for its fast-fashion approach for turning around products within two weeks. Zara quickly expanded its presence worldwide, becoming a flagship brand of the Inditex Group, one of the world’s largest fashion retailers.

Besides its incredible origin story, Zara is its own fashion world: it creates wardrobe staples, including dresses, tops, trousers, outerwear, footwear, and accessories for men, women, and children. Their styles range from chic, classic, and on-trend.

Their prices are also very accessible, known for its mid-range prices. Even though many of their products fast fashion, they are one of my favorite Spanish brands.

In particular, their style for children’s clothes is outstanding in design and price.


Mango is another Spanish darling and one of the famous fashion brands from Spain.  With chic and contemporary clothes. Established in 1984 in Barcelona, Spain, its style focuses modern, urban women also with casual and trendy to sophisticated and elegant. Mango combines quality materials and craftsmanship to create clothing that exudes a sense of effortless style. As one of the top Spanish brands, always look for Mango to find everyday staples to add to your wardrobe.

Its designs usually consist of clean lines, flattering silhouettes, and a combination of classic and contemporary elements. Mango offers versatile pieces, and it’s always one of my go-to shops for me or my teenage daughter.

Massimo Dutti

Massimo Dutti is classic, sophisticated Spanish style that’s been around since 1985. Its collection is more timeless and high-end than Zara and Mango. With clothes for women and men, it’s about refined, classy styles.

Picture this: tailored suits, stunning dresses, cozy coats, trendy knitwear, and accessories that add that perfect finishing touch to your outfits and their attention to detail.

The designs strike the perfect balance between classic and modern, so you can look effortlessly chic wherever you go. Plus, their minimalist aesthetic and neutral color palette give off this sense of understated luxury. Colors like cream, navy blue, black, and taupe dominate their cultures.

Adolfo Dominguez

Adolfo Domínguez is a renowned Spanish fashion designer who established his eponymous brand, Adolfo Domínguez, in 1973. His designs quickly gained recognition for their clean lines, innovative cuts, and high-quality materials.

When you step into an Adolfo Dominguez store, prepare to be captivated by their beautifully tailored suits and dresses to chic blouses, trousers, and stunning outerwear. Their designs are characterized by clean lines, understated details, and a muted color palette that exudes a sense of effortless grace.

Hoss Intropia

Ah, I wish I could have my wardrobe full of Hoss everything. This womenswear brand sells timeless pieces that exude grace and style, and femininity. Personally, I think of them as the Spanish equivalent of Anthropologie – and just as expensive!

With a history dating back to 1994, Hoss Intropia, originally known as Hoss, is a Spanish fashion brand that was founded in 1994 by Paloma Vázquez de Castro.

Today, Hoss Intropia,  continues to create captivating and timeless designs, harmonious blend of classic silhouettes, delicate details, and modern elements, creating a unique style that resonates with women who appreciate timeless elegance. Their use of luxurious fabrics, delicate embellishments, and flattering silhouettes, reflecting a unique blend of romance, elegance, and modernity.


Springfield was founded in 1988 in Madrid and emerged during a time when casual and urban fashion was gaining popularity in Spain.

Originally established as a men’s fashion brand, Springfield became known for relaxed and contemporary style. The brand offered a range of casual clothing inspired by the preppy American fashion, The vibe is casual and relaxed. For women, flowy, yet well-fitted dresses. For the guy classic button-down shirts, polo shirts, and cargo shorts. It’s great for people who don’t like the in-your-face urban fashion, but want a more kickback vibe.


Sfera is a Spanish clothing brand that was founded in 2001. It is part of the El Corte Inglés Group, one of the largest retail conglomerates in Spain. It has inexpensive fashion for men, women, and children.

Sfera quickly gained popularity for its trendy and budget-friendly clothing options. The brand’s collections reflect a mix of classic and contemporary styles, catering to fashion-conscious individuals who seek stylish yet affordable clothing.

Personally, I’ve shopped at Sfera for a summer blouse for less than 6€. While all the fabrics may not be top-quality, some pieces are passable and can really stretch your euro.


With a rich history dating back to 1945, Cortefiel is symbol of sophistication and versatile pieces. It’s a great place to buy work outfits, From its impeccably tailored blazers to figure-flattering dresses, Cortefiel offers  refined and sophisticated aesthetic. Their collections encompass a range of apparel, including tailored suits, elegant dresses, chic blouses, and sophisticated outerwear.

They also have classy casual wear that are polished and refined: chino-style shorts, flowing sleeveless blouses, and flip flops. Always in style and very Spanish. The regular price of a man’s polo shirt is about €35. 

Prices are mid-range to upscale. I always keep my eyes out for the winter and summer sales!


Lefties is a Spanish fashion retailer that was launched in 1993 by the Inditex Group, the same company that owns popular brands like Zara, Pull & Bear, and Massimo Dutti.

It was originally an outlet store for Zara, and provided customers with lower price points by offering discounted items from previous seasons or those with minor imperfections. I’d always be thrilled to find a piece with any detectable imperfection. Eventually, Lefties evolved into its own distinct brand, and now it’s Zara’s super-fast-fashion behemoth.

You can find items men, women, and children, ranging from casual wear to essentials and seasonal fashion pieces. They offer a mix of styles, including basics, denim, loungewear, and even home items.

Personally, I shop at Lefties for my younger kids who go through clothes much faster, therefore the quality doesn’t have to be top-notch. I buy basics like hoodies, t-shirts, and sweat pants because they’ll get me through the season.


If you’re a stylish woman with a flair for individuality, Desigual is an absolute must-visit. Prepare to immerse yourself in a world of bold patterns, vibrant colors, and eclectic designs that celebrate self-expression.

Desigual is a reflection of the modernist architecture in Spain: like trencadis, it’s a mosaic of irregular shapes, diagonal lines, wild colors. A creative brand, it’s not for everyone.

From stunning dresses and tops to statement outerwear and accessories, their collection is a true celebration of individual style. Each garment is like a work of art, with intricate details and unexpected combinations that make a powerful fashion statement.

Price point is mid-range to luxury. A blouse can cost about 50€.

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Luxury fashion brands in Spain


Loewe, founded in 1846 in Madrid, Spain, has a rich history steeped in leather craftsmanship and luxury. The brand’s journey began as a cooperative of Spanish artisans specializing in high-quality leather goods. In the early 20th century, Loewe gained prominence as it became the official supplier to the Spanish royal family.

In the 1970s, Loewe gained international recognition and opened boutiques in major fashion capitals, solidifying its position as a global luxury brand.

Leather goods, include handbags, wallets, and accessories. The brand’s commitment to craftsmanship, innovation, and timeless elegance has made it a symbol of luxury and sophistication worldwide.

Bimba y Lola

Bimba y Lola is a high-end Spanish fashion brand that was founded in 2005 by two sisters, María and Uxía Domínguez, in La Coruña, Spain. The brand quickly gained recognition for its unique and creative approach to fashion.

Bimba y Lola focuses on creating contemporary and innovative designs that blend art, culture, and fashion. The brand offers a wide range of clothing, accessories, and footwear for women, reflecting a distinct style characterized by bold prints, vibrant colors, and unconventional patterns.

With its strong emphasis on craftsmanship and attention to detail, Bimba y Lola has established itself as a trendsetter in the Spanish fashion scene. The brand’s collections showcase a combination of contemporary aesthetics, playful elements, and a touch of sophistication.

For undergarments


Oysho, established in 2001 in Spain, has evolved into a beloved brand known for its chic and versatile offerings. With a focus on lingerie, sleepwear, and activewear, Oysho seamlessly blends comfort with modern aesthetics. Their designs feature exquisite details, luxurious fabrics, and flattering silhouettes that enhance your confidence and femininity.

From comfortable yet stylish loungewear to elegantly designed lingerie and activewear that supports an active lifestyle, Oysho caters to every facet of your wardrobe. Their collections embrace a contemporary yet timeless aesthetic, allowing you to effortlessly transition from day to night with grace.


Clearly just a name knock-off Victoria’s Secret.  However, I won’t pit that against them.

Women’secret was founded in 1993 with a vision to celebrate the beauty of women and provide them with a range of lingerie and sleepwear that exudes confidence and sophistication. Here, you’ll find sexy to cute lingerie, sleepwear, swimwear, and accessories that embrace femininity. From lace-adorned bras and elegant panties to luxurious robes and cozy Snoopy pajamas, their wide collection gives you a little bit of everything when it comes to your unmentionables.

For the Home

Zara Home

Zara Home, launched in 2003, is an extension of the renowned fashion brand Zara, and is my hands-down favorite place to buy stuff for my cozy abode to really show off that elegance.

With a focus on home decor and interior design, Zara Home has quickly become synonymous with chic and contemporary living. Their collections include bedding, bath linens, tableware, furniture, and decorative accessories, blending timeless aesthetics with current design trends.

From luxurious bedding to elegant tableware, it oozes sophistication and refined taste. Their designs allow you to transform your living space into a sanctuary of elegance and tranquility. 

For teens and young adults


Since its establishment in 1994, Stradivarius has become synonymous with youthful and trendy fashion. Their collections cater to the free-spirited and adventurous individuals who crave bold and fashion-forward looks. From statement-making dresses and eye-catching tops to trendy denim and must-have accessories, Stradivarius offers a wide range of pieces that perfectly align with the style preferences of the younger generation.


Pull&Bear was founded in 1991 is also an Inditex company, where you’ll find clothing and accessories for young men and women They have a young, California-relaxed aesthetic fashionable style. From trendy graphic tees and casual denim to comfortable sneakers and accessories, Pull&Bear offers a diverse selection that reflects the spirit of youth and urban fashion.


You’ll find an array of trendy and edgy pieces that perfectly capture the spirit of youth. From statement-making tops and dresses to fashionable denim and stylish footwear, Bershka offers a wide selection that allows you to experiment with your style and express your individuality.

By Justine Ancheta

California native, churro aficionado, and mom of 3, Justine Ancheta writes fervently about Barcelona and Spain. Since 2008, she's been eating burnt onions (calçots) and tripping on cobblestones in the Gothic Quarter. She shares tips on popular attractions, exposes offbeat non-touristy spots, and gives insight on exploring Barcelona with kids. Her next Catalan culture challenge: top level of a human castle (castellers).

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