While we often spotlight our love of French-girl style here at Who What Wear, we never neglect to be attentive to the distinct styles and trends of women around the world. While Scandinavian style has been on our radar (and all over our Instagram) thanks to Copenhagen Fashion Week, lately we’ve been turning our attention to the subtle nuances of Spanish-girl style.
Sophistication meets femininity when it comes to observing our favorite Spanish influencers. Think bold and vibrant colors, bold prints, delicate fabrics, as well as minimalistic all-white looks. Yes, it may seem like in today’s world we’re all drinking the same Instagram Kool-Aid, but today we’re focusing on a few trends Spanish girls seem to be doing with utmost flair and style.
Scroll for the under-$100 trends we’re seeing on some of our favorite Spanish influencers.
There’s something so innately Spanish about polka dots. (Traditionally polka dots were used in the clothing of Spanish flamenco dancers and performers.) Today the playful print is a perennial fashion-girl favorite.
Sophisticated and streamlined, head-to-toe white outfits are a Spanish-girl favorite. Wear with a chic belt and accessories to give the look some extra dimension.
From trendy seashell necklaces to delicate gold chains and statement pendants, generous helpings of layered jewelry = the way to a Spanish girl’s heart.
The leopard-print trend continues to be the center of attention no matter where in the world you hail from. Wear your wild prints as a slip dress, or style your skirt with a chic black tee.
If there’s one thing for certain: The Spanish are not afraid of bold hues. Emulate the trend with head-to-toe outfits in primary colors.
The heritage print exudes the elegance of Spanish-girl style. Opt for a check blazer to throw over your white tee, or go for a statement short suit.
One thing I noticed when observing my favorite Spanish influencers is that they love hair accessories. From silk scarves wrapped in a ponytail to headbands and hair clips, these styles below will inevitably add interest to any outfit.
Delicate lace, eyelet, and broderie anglaise exude femininity and romance. (Fabrics often used by Spanish flamenco dancers on their dresses and accessories.) Our Spanish street style stars prove that their is nothing prettier than a white lace dress.