Spanish Fashion At Your Fingertips

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From groceries and designer fashion to monthly beauty subscription services, online shopping has become a staple amongst the American consumer. With the help of the internet, access to retailers has become practically unlimited — both in the United States and across the globe.  

This newfound convenience has left a lasting impact upon the fashion industry. Now consumers can shop internationally renowned brands from the comfort of their own home.

Spain has remained a hub of European fashion, and its unique trends no longer have to be restricted to your stay overseas. Many premier Spanish retailers have websites that service the United States, and VALLEY has the inside scoop on who’s who.

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Bershka is a retailer based in Spain that provides customers with a high-fashion feel for a fraction of the price. Marked by its feminine takes on classic menswear prints, Bershka has remained a top retailer in Spain and will make an impact on your wardrobe. Best sellers include this summer’s latest trends — from striped jumpsuits to two piece sets, all for under $40. For a trendy look on a Forever 21 budget, look no further!


The most prominent of Spanish brands in the U.S. market, Zara remains a hallmark of European fashion. Zara is a massive retailer with everything from blazers to boots along with a menswear and kids section. While this store is on the pricier side, comparable to an Urban Outfitters, Zara is sure to deliver unique fashion throughout a spectrum of styles. Even better — Zara now has storefronts in most major U.S. cities, so hit the streets and check out this store for yourself!


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Looking for a Spanish store with a distinct style? Desigual may be for you! This retailer offers both clothing and handbags with bold colors and prints. As a designer brand, Desigual is more expensive than the previous retailers, however its bold looks will be sure to set you apart from the crowd. Desigual has a limited number of stores in the U.S., and is available online. With Winnie Harlow, fashion model and vitiligo activist, recently made the face of Desigual, you have yet another reason to check out this unique brand.

Whether you’ve traveled abroad or not, broadening fashion horizons is easier (and more affordable) than you think! VALLEY is always looking to help diversify your wardrobe and these brands may be the perfect place to start!


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