It might be a Spanish thing only – the flamenco dance. However, in today’s multicultural society it shouldn’t be limited to one country anymore. It’s really all about feeling those good and loose caliente vibes wherever you are. So whether you are hitting the streets of Barcelona, Munich or even New York, let’s start twirling those flamenco alike dresses.
Actually, bringing an ambiente español into your everyday life is not that difficult. As clothes decide a lot about how you feel, all you need is to focus on some typical dress codes. First things first, red is the color, which describes the Spanish lifestyle the best: passionate, proud and full of the joys of life. To really spread those loose happy vibes, an airy dress, which blows in the wind is the ultimate “compañero”. To make the look more special, go for a top with some ruffles. Here, the common thing would be to wear a top underneath the dress but why not change it up a bit? Putting the dress underneath gives the total ensemble an interesting twist. Last but not least, you want to think about the right dancing shoes. A low heel makes your attitude more proud, which is kind of the order of the day in Spain. As black and red is a popular combination, some black sandals are the perfect “amigos”. If you want to make the most out of the Spanish inspiration, choose a pair with some fun little pompoms.
This outfit shows one more time, that everyone decides oneself, how a situation turns out in the end. Taking a walk in the streets could be pretty boring but it could also be very exciting. So to put it simply, a red dress can turn an ordinary moment into an extraordinary one. The deciding thing though is to really stand behind the message and to show it to the people. Suddenly, you won’t “need” the dress anymore and you just feel a bit like a happy chica. Olè and let’s dance!
Photographed by ELLI FOT