Dressing for Spain was a challenge I’m not going to lie to you. I’m sure in the summer and winter it’s totally chill, and everyone gets dressed and mayhem doesn’t ensue…but that was not the case on our holiday. I would literally wake up, it would be 30 degrees and sunny, and then four seconds later it would be a rain and wind storm, and I was in a bathing suit. It was like you were always the person who was inappropriately dressed but it was not for lack of trying. Anyway I did my best and I even remembered to take photos you’re welcome (no I didn’t have to put three of these outfits on in one day because I forgot who told you that). To hear about my full trip to Spain, i.e. where I wore these outfits, check out my Travel Diary: Barcelona.
This is my favourite shirt ok I wear it seven times a week ask my sister it’s a running joke, I’m surprised it only made it into one photo.
Shirt: Vero Moda, Skirt: H&M, Belt: Thrifted
Very impractical outfit for the Spanish hills but very practical outfit for the rapidly changing Spanish spring weather. These were my favourite espadrilles I owned until I copped some handmade ones while in the Gothic district.
Top: Anthropologie (Thrifted), Jeans: Hollister, Shoes: Winners
I love good pair of dip dyed shorts ok the trend is not dead I’m out here supporting it.
Hat: American Eagle, Shirt: Winners, Shorts: Thrifted Levi’s (DIY’d), Shoes: Mad About Style
The random spurts of heat meant that getting your hair off your body is a must. If you have dark hair you know you can fry an egg on it in the sun, so luckily I had this cute bandana to do the trick!
Bandana: Thrifted, Dress: PacSun
I love summer dresses like this that double as a swim suit cover up because I’m all about that versatility. Plus since the shoes are platforms they’re SO comfortable so run don’t walk. In regard to the bag. yes. yes I know it is the trendiest bag of the summer. But I refused to pay $100 for one so I snagged this one from a random Spanish store. I wish I could tell you where but I literally cannot, take a stroll through the Gothic District and you’ll see like seven million.
Dress: PacSun, Shoes: American Eagle, Bag: Some random Spanish store
These were $2 and I’m not even joking. TWO DOLLARS. Moving on.
Glasses: American Eagle
I don’t even like sparkling water but we got the shot ok.
Earrings: American Eagle, Bathing Suit: Calvin Klein, Pants: Joe Fresh
Half this outfit was purchased in Spain so I really can’t help ya with this one. If you’re interested in the shop where I got these espadrilles, check out my full travel diary on Barcelona. I unintentionally got this Jersey for a bargain because the woman spoke only Spanish and though I was haggling so it all worked out. Plus the number on the back is 55 so you know I had to support my boy Mark Scheifele.