Popular Spanish Clothing Brands to Upgrade your Spain Style


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If you’re looking to add style and personality to your wardrobe, you will definitely find chic treasures in Spanish clothing brands. From well-known favorites like Zara and Mango to upscale brands like Adolfo Dominguez, you’ll get to know the famous Spanish clothing brands in this ultimate shopper’s guide. As a 15-year resident, I’ll tell you my go-to Spanish retail shops and the types of fashion items they sell, unique styles, target market, and price points so you know where to shop for your personality and budget!

Scroll to the bottom to see it the brands and styles in an easy-to-read table!

Women’secret is one of Spain’s top shopping brands

Popular Spanish clothing brands


Zara is the most recognizable international fashion brands from Spain with about 3000 stores worldwide. This retailer was born in 1974 in Spain and made Amancio Ortega, one of the richest people in the world. It gained notoriety for its fast-fashion approach for turning around pieces at lightning speed, making Zara the flagship brand of the behemoth retailer Inditex Group.

Zara can be chic, fun, trendy, and classic

Zara is a great place to shop for both classic and trendy clothing in a range of budgets. It’s mostly a womenswear brand, carrying basic undergarments, casual wear like jeans and t-shirts, elegant cocktail dresses, business attire, and more. Most Zara shops in Spain are spacious and always carry a wide collection.

It also has a wide fashion collection for men and children and a cheaper teen collection called Trafaluc. Their styles range from chic, sporty, casual, and on-trend. In particular, the style for dressy section of children’s clothes is unbeatable in both price and design.

Zara’s prices are also very accessible, known for its low to mid-range prices. A t-shirt can be on sale for €8 and run up to €20. A woman’s trench coat has a wide range, from about around €40-€80.

Even though many of their products fast fashion, they are one of my favorite Spanish brands.


Mango is another Spanish darling and one of the famous fashion brands from Spain.  Established in 1984 in Barcelona, its style focuses on the modern, urban women and also carries casual and trendy to sophisticated and elegant. They also carry fashionable clothes for men, teens, and kids.

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

A pair of dressy trousers can run about €28, so it’s good place to shop for quality pieces on a budget.

Mango fashion feels quality yet it’s pretty affordable

Read more about Spain summer fashion in my complete guide!

Massimo Dutti

Massimo Dutti reminds me of how Sevillanos dress

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 both women and men, it’s about refined, traditional styles.

When you walk into a Mango store, its minimalist aesthetic and neutral color palette give off a sense of understated luxury. Colors like cream, navy blue, black, and taupe dominate their clothing items.

Their tailored suits, beautiful dresses, cozy coats, trendy knitwear, and accessories strike the perfect balance between classic and modern. It has all the items for you to look effortlessly chic.

A pair of linen shorts can be about €50, but most of the pieces are timeless.

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Hoss Intropia

Ah, I wish I could have my closet full of Hoss everything.

This womenswear brand sells timeless, bohemian pieces that exude grace, style, and femininity. It’s beautiful Mediterranean resort wear. Personally, I think of them as the Spanish equivalent of Anthropologie – and just as expensive!

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

Its collection is a blend of classic silhouettes and modern elements, using materials like lace, chiffon, or silk to create feminine details that add that romantic elegance.

A blouse can run from €90 to €120, a pair of jeans can cost €80.


Springfield was founded in 1988 in Madrid and emerged during a time when casual and urban fashion was gaining popularity in Spain. The brand was inspired by the 80s preppy American fashion: casual and laid-back.

Originally established as a men’s fashion brand, Springfield became known for relaxed and contemporary style.

Preppy, stylish Springfield

For women, they have mostly casual wear of trendy and classic styles. For example, patterned maxi dresses, knit blouses, or leather moccasin shoes. For the guy, expect to find classic button-down shirts, polo shirts, and bermuda shorts.

A man’s basic polo shirt costs about €25, so the prices are reasonable.

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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 a refined and sophisticated aesthetic, including tailored suits, elegant dresses, chic blouses, and sophisticated outerwear.

They also have distinguished and classy casual wear: chino-style shorts, flowing sleeveless blouses, and flip flops. 

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!


If you have with a flair for individuality, Desigual is a must-visit shop for women, and men, and children. It’s a world of bold patterns, vibrant colors, and eclectic designs that celebrate self-expression.

Desigual seems to be a reflection of the modernist architecture in Catalonia: like trencadis, broken-up tiles put together in a mosaic, the company’s designs are irregular shapes, asymmetric lines, and wild colors.

Desigual’s statement outerwear and accessories is almost recognizably distinct. Many garments have a combination of different textures and unexpected combinations that make a powerful fashion statement.

Price point is mid-range to luxury. A blouse can cost about 50€. Personally, it’s a bit too “loud” for my taste, so it’s not for everyone.

Desigual’s tagline insists they’re different: “It’s not the same”

El Corte Inglés

El Corte Inglés, Spain’s only department store, has a rich history spanning over 80 years. From fashion and beauty to home decor and gourmet delicacies, it’s a one-stop destination for all your needs. El Corte Inglés is quite unique: it carries designer labels and exclusive collections, but it also has its own economically-priced signature brands.

So what brands can you find here? Everything. From inexpensive labels (including Sfera) to Gucci to Lloyds, Álvaro Moreno, Karl Lagerfeld to other Spanish and non-Spanish brands, it ranges from inexpensive to high-end names.

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.

The beautiful clothing for women include tailored suits and dresses to chic blouses, trousers, and outerwear. Their designs are characterized by clean lines, understated details, and a muted color palette that exudes a sense of effortless style. Adolfo Dominguez is a cross between utilitarian, elegant and edgy. 

The company also focuses on creating sustainable and eco-friendly clothing pieces.

A highbrow brand, an Adolfo Dominguez blouse can cost €120 and up, a dress €180+. These traditional clothing pieces will keep your wardrobe fresh for the long-term.

Budget-friendly Spanish clothing brands


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 clothing is economically friendly

Sfera is known for its broad fashion collection of trendy and budget-friendly clothing options. The brand’s collections reflect a mix of classic and contemporary styles.

Personally, I’ve bought summer tops Sfera for less than €6, just to add color and variety to my wardrobe. While all the fabrics may not be top-quality, some pieces are passable and can really stretch your euro.


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. It provided customers with lower price points by offering heavy discounts for items from past seasons, items with minor irregularities, or overstock (leftovers, or “lefties”).  I’d always be thrilled to find a piece with undetectable imperfections!

Lefties clothes is a good choice if you want to do a shopping haul

Lefties no longer uses that business model. Eventually, it evolved into its own distinct brand, and now it’s Zara’s sister and fast-fashion behemoth.

You can find economically-priced items for men, women, and children, ranging from casual wear to essentials and very trendy fashion pieces. They offer a wide mix of styles, including basics, denim, loungewear, and even home items.

Personally, I shop at Lefties for my young rough-and-tumble boys. They 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 year.

A pack of 2 sweatshirts for my kids cost €7.50. The prices and quality can be compared to Primark, which are simply unbeatable.

Luxury fashion brands in Spain


For high-quality craftsmanship of leather, Loewe carries luxury leather handbags, wallets, and accessories.

Founded in 1846 in Madrid, Spain, Loewe has a 175-year reputation selling refined, detailed hand-stitched bags. Each bag can take up to 9 hours to create.

Loewe leather purses

Apart from their leather goods, they also sell women’s clothing with a minimalist, avant-garde aesthetic.

Bimba y Lola

Bimba y Lola is a trendsetting, high-end Spanish fashion brand that was founded in 2005 by two sisters, María and Uxía Domínguez, in La Coruña, Spain.

Bimba y Lola creates contemporary and bold designs of mostly handbags and wallets of different materials from leather to raffia. They also offer clothing, accessories, and footwear for women, reflecting a distinct style characterized by bold prints, vibrant colors, and unconventional patterns.

Its collections showcase a combination of contemporary aesthetics, playful elements, and a touch of sophistication.

A leather fanny pack can cost about €225.

Spanish brands for Underwear and Activewear


Women’secret was founded in 1993, and clearly just a name knock-off Victoria’s Secret. However, I won’t hold it against them.

Women’secret carries all cute to sexy loungewear and undies

Here, you’ll find cute to sexy lingerie, sleepwear, swimwear, and accessories that embrace femininity and the natural woman. 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.


Oysho, established in 2001 in Spain, focuses on sleepwear, swimwear, and activewear, and underwear for women. It seamlessly blends comfort with modern aesthetics, their designs featuring exquisite details, luxurious fabrics, and flattering silhouettes that enhance a woman’s femininity.

Oysho is for the active woman: lots of beachwear and activewear

From comfortable yet stylish loungewear to elegantly designed lingerie and activewear, Oysho supports an active lifestyle.

Spain Fashion Brands for Teens and Young Adults


Since its establishment in 1994, Stradivarius has become synonymous with youthful and trendy fashion for young men and women. Their collections cater to the free-spirited and adventurous individuals who crave bold and fashion-forward looks. Their trendy denim and must-have accessories cater to teens and young adults – with even a 2023 section called “festival outfits”.

Stradivarius targets teens and young adults

A pair of cropped denim shorts is about €20.


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-style, relaxed and fashionable aesthetic. From trendy graphic tees to ripped-up denim jeans to comfortable sneakers and accessories, Pull&Bear offers a diverse selection that reflects the spirit of rebellious youth and urban fashion.

Pull&Bear took on a laidback California vibe in recent years

A printed oversized hoodie is about €26.


Another Inditex baby, Bershka has an array of trendy and edgy pieces for teens and young adults.

From tiny crop tops and tank dresses and printed beanies, Bershka says their target market is “adventurous young people, who are aware of the latest trends and are interested in music, social networks and new technologies.”

Basically, influencer fashion for teens and early 20-somethings.

Not for me, obvs, but hey, I’m a boomer I guess.

Bershka tries to draw in young people who love music and technology

You can get a cotton summer dress for €20.


What is the most popular fashion brand in Spain?

Zara is the most popular Spanish fashion brand. As the starring brand of the Inditex group. With its 3,000+ stores in key cities around the world, it provides customers with fashionable, trendy fashion products at a reasonable price. Zara is also in 90 countries globally.

Which are the affordable Spanish clothing brands?

Sfera and Lefties are both very economical and affordable clothing brands. T-shirts can start from €4. If you want to buy Spanish fashion for the season, both are good places to shop, for example, for kids, who outgrow their clothing quickly.

What are the Spain fashion brands for ladies?

You can find women’s fashion in these Spanish shops: Zara, Mango, Massimo Dutti, Hoss Intropia, Springfield, Cortefiel, Desigual, El Corte Inglés, Adolfo Dominguez, Sfera, Lefties, Loewe, Bimbo y Lola, Women’secret, Oysho, Stradivarius, Pull&Bear, and Bershka. They all carry women’s clothing. They also have different price points, styles, and purposes of the clothing, but they are all Spanish-owned retailers.

Famous Spanish Clothing Brands in a Table

Popular Spanish clothing brands
Zara Women’s, men’s, and children’s fashion, accessories Trendy, urban, sophisticated – for a wide class of wearers
Mango Women’s, men’s and kids’ clothing and accessories Highstreet for middle- and upper-section urban lifestyles
Massimo Dutti High-quality clothing for men and women Sophisticated, timeless class for upper-section urban wearers
Hoss Intropia Women’s clothing and accessories Upscale clothes: bohemian, Mediterranean, elegant with modernity.
Springfield Casual clothing for men and women Casual leisurewear: relaxed and contemporary classics
Cortefiel Classic and contemporary clothing for men and women Distinguished, contemporary casualwear for 35-45 age group adults
Desigual Contemporary clothing and accessories for men, women, and kids Mid-range to upscale: bold, statement outerwear
El Corte Inglés Department store that sells everything: clothing, beauty, home goods, electronics, sports good, toys, stationary, etc. Wide variety of shopping, from affordable to high-end with excellent customer service
Adolfo Dominguez Upscale fashion for women and men High-end fashion: utilitarian, elegant and edgy.
Budget-friendly Spanish clothing brands
Sfera Affordable fashion for men, women, and children Fast fashion for the budget-conscious with a wide variety of trendy and classic styles
Lefties Women’s, men’s, and children’s fashion, accessories Budget-friendly, classic and trendy fashion and accessories
Luxury fashion brands in Spain
Loewe Luxury fashion  for women Luxury brand of highly-detailed artisan leather purses, accessories avant-garde clothing
Bimba y Lola Mostly women’s handbags, but also clothing and accessories Luxury, fashion-forward women who love bold prints, vibrant colors, and unconventional patterns
Spanish brands for Undergarments and Active Lifestyles
Women’secret Lingerie, sleepwear, and loungewear for women Cute to comfortable to sexy sleepwear, underwear, and loungewear for ages 25-45
Oysho Women’s activewear, sleepwear, underwear, activewear, and accessories Modern and classic fashion for the active woman at mid-scale prices
Spain Fashion Brands for Teens and Young Adults
Stradivarius Women’s clothing, footwear, and accessories Trendy, street fashion for teens and young women
Pull & Bear Youth-oriented clothing and accessories Casual and trendy style, laid-back for teens for young adults
Bershka Affordable fashion for teens and young adults Trendy “influencer” style clothes

That’s all I got for famous Spanish brands! Any brand you want me to add? Let me know in the comments!

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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