8 Cool Spanish Girls To Follow Now
8 Cool Spanish Girls To Follow Now

8 Cool Spanish Girls To Follow Now

Unlike New York, London, Milan or Paris, the Spanish fashion scene doesn’t necessarily have an instantly recognisable aesthetic – which explains why the women there often take a more eclectic approach to personal style. From print lovers to pared-back minimalists, here are eight of our favourite Spanish girls to follow…
By Sapna Rao


Mixing hues of burnt orange, mustard yellow and burgundy, Carmen takes these cool winter colours and styles them perfectly for the sun. Definitely worth a follow as we move into spring, she’ll show you how to style the colours of the season every time.


The founder of Moi & Sass, Sassa has a discerning eye for style. Playing with colour in a fresh way and drawing on bright yellows or bold prints, we love how eclectic her approach to fashion is.


Meri incorporates on-trend pieces like a turn waist pair of trousers or a leopard print coat, but styles them in a way that feels so natural. Offering great travel inspo and holiday looks, too, we’re also loving her  fashion month content right now.


A minimalist, but one who’s looks are far from boring, Blanca’s staples include great denim, cool accessories and her glossy, signature long bob. Her workwear looks are definitely worth saving, too. We particularly like the way she styles her tailoring – for example layering a denim shirt under a houndstooth blazer.


Sophisticated but with a bit of edge, Paula is a fashion week fixture, and worth keeping an eye on if you want to vicariously live through her mega outfits. She also has an eye for a great accessory, be it a metallic gold bag or a cool pair of shoes.


Rebeca knows how to make casual fashion her own – be it interesting ways to layer or the way she plays with colour and texture. She’s also not afraid of colour, but prefers warmer, earthier tones to anything too loud or bright. Looking to inject something a little different into your own wardrobe? She'll show you how to do it.


Big collars and big prints may sound a little kitsch, but Patricia makes it cool. With an almost a Scandi twist, some of our favourite looks include a mustard colour suit – or any of her many mega blouses.


One of the OG Spanish fashion girls, we go back to Blanca time and time again. Her quirky colour combos and unapologetic love of prints could easily go wrong – but they always look so right. Follow her if you want to incorporate more eclecticism into your look.

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