Barcelona Fashion Street Photos - Summer 2011

Can't decide what to pack for your trip to Barcelona this summer? Find inspiration from our street photos of what styles Barcelonians are wearing this summer.


Leave your shorts and capris at home, and pack sundresses instead. Loose, light, sundresses in natural fabrics can be considered the "Barcelona uniform" in the summer months.


You can't go wrong packing a classic white sundress. Choose a hemline and length that flatters your figure.

Mothers and daughters keep cool in matching white sundresses.

Neutral Shades

Since white isn't the most travel friendly color, try a sundress in a neutral shade of beige or taupe...

...brown or black.

Bold Prints and Bright Colors

In the summer, Barcelonians embrace bold prints and colors, illustrated by the bright sundresses from Spanish designer/retailer Desigual.

Sundress patterns range from dots to florals.

A mother and daughter look casually chic in bright sundresses.

If patterns are too busy for you, try a simple sundress in a bright red, blue or magenta.


Surprisingly cool on hot summer days, the maxi-dress is seen everywhere on the streets of Barcelona.

Women of all ages rock the maxi-dress.

If maxi-dresses aren't your style, try a shoulder-less jumpsuit.


If you pack a pair a jeans, select a skinny jean scrunched at the ankle...

..or rolled at ankles.

Remember that you can never go wrong in white pants - no matter the style or cut.


Long, loose, airy tunics are a practical alternative to a fitted top.

Pair an over-sized tunic with leggings for a balanced look.



Nothing says summer like a straw handbag.


Give more form to your figure by wearing a well-placed belt.


The European staple - scarves are also popular in Barcelona, Spain. Even on 80 degree days, you'll see Barcelonians with a chic scarf loosely wrapped around their necks.

Accessories make the outfit. Necklaces, purses, and shoes make these ladies stand out... well as pashminas and sun hats.


If there is one item that Barcelonians love is their shoes.

Barcelonians of all ages "strut their stuff' with high wedges.

Spain is known for its espadrilles, so its no surprise to see these on women of all ages.

Ballet flats, gladiator sandals and simple sandals are other popular options.


Cute, coordinating couples... all age ranges.


Rolled pants and long shorts are more popular than shorts above the knee.

Blue tennis shoes are seen everywhere.

Espadrilles are not just for the ladies.

Barcelona Men embrace color with bright T-shirts and red tennis shoes.



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