6 Cool Spanish Girls & How To Replicate Their Style

6 Cool Spanish Girls & How To Replicate Their Style

Unlike Paris or New York, fashion in Spain doesn’t have an instantly recognisable aesthetic – which explains why the women there often take a refreshing and eclectic approach to personal style. From print lovers to pared-back classicists, here are five of our favourite Spanish influencers to follow.

Claudia Parras

Style: Whimsical and pretty.

Taking inspiration from prairie dressing with plenty of basket bags, collar blouses and ditsy florals, Claudia’s outfits always feel pretty and feminine. What sets her apart from the crowd, however, are injections of leather and brighter colours, which help give her looks some edge. 

Follow @ClaudiaParrast 

Laura Eguizabal 

Style: Eclectic and accessories focussed.

Whether it’s a fedora, oversized sunglasses or this season’s must-have bag, Laura regularly demonstrates the power of great accessories. Her penchant for oversized silhouettes translates into both floaty dresses and boyish tracksuits, and if you’re looking for ways to inject more colour into your wardrobe, she’s one to follow.

Follow @Laura_Eguizabal

Melissa Villareal Cortez 

Style: Classic and pared back.

Madrid-based Melissa stays true to the classics – expect classic denim, mannish shirts and boxy blazers, all worn with effortless ease. Don’t confuse that with predictable, though, as she still manages to nod to the current trends – think split hem trousers and knitted vests – while styling them in fresh and original ways. 

Follow @MelissaVillarreal

Patricia Sanes 

Style: Playful and feminine.

Colour lover Patricia’s feed is guaranteed to spark some joy – with bold prints and exaggerated details, she’s one to follow if you’re looking for ways to have more fun with your style. 

Follow @PatriciaSanes_

Monica Anoz 

Style: Boho and French-inspired.

While you might not typically put ‘boho’ and ‘French-inspired’ together, Monica proves it’s perfectly possible to blend two influences to make it work for you. With a penchant for both eclectic prints and preppy tweed jackets, her outfits are always unexpected.

Follow @MonicaAnoz

Gala Gonzalez

Style: Utilitarian and vintage inspired.

Gala’s style is difficult to put a label on – you’re just as likely to see her in a floral mini dress as you are an androgynous suit. Expect to see plenty of denim, quirky prints and western influences, however, while most of her outfits have a vintage feel to them.

Follow @GalaGonzalez

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