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Some of The Best Boutique Shopping In Madrid

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This page is a guide to boutiques shopping in Madrid. A boutique offers you unique outfit possibilities along with top quality merchandise. Madrid has a whole district dedicated to high quality boutiques, and we've picked out a few of our favourites below. You can see a guide to the style of clothes within each boutique, and there's also a rough guide to prices.

Style And Sophistication In Madrid

Madrid is well known for the fashion sense and style of its people. It hosts one of the biggest fashion shows in Europe; the Pasarela Cibeles. It seems to me that everyone in Madrid has their own style - this is probably because they have so many shops to choose from. If you're looking for boutiques shopping in Madrid, one of the places to go is to the barrio (district) of Salamanca, where you'll find the Spanish equivalent of London's

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Street: Calle Serrano.
metroMetro: Serrano (Brown Line, L4)


Tip If you haven't got the budget to buy big in designer boutiques, and you want to look the part in the city, then opt for a scarf. If you look around, most women Accessorize with some kind of elegant scarf. It adds that cosmopolitan touch to any outfit.


Where To Find Designer Boutiques

Below is a list of boutiques for shopping in Madrid. Shops in the street of Serrano, listed below are open from Monday to Saturday from 10:00 - 20:30.

Hoss has some real originals
Hoss has some real originals

Intropia
Calle Serrano, 18
28001 Madrid, España.
metroMetro: Serrano (Brown Line, L4) Plus 1 minutes walk

Hoss has some beautiful feminine styles and is a must-see if you are boutiques shopping in Madrid. The clothes are colourful, and there is something for every occasion from evening wear to practical day wear. Expect to pay approximately €200.00 for a dress and €60.00 for a blouse.

The Javier Simorra boutique has a funky style
The Javier Simorra boutique has a funky style

Javier Simorra
Calle Serrano, 33
28001 Madrid, España.
metroMetro: Serrano (Brown Line, L4)

The clothes here are young, colourful and vibrant. You can find feminine skirts, casuals and jeans. Both the jeans and sweaters are priced between €100.00 and €150.00.

Carolina Herrera
Calle Serrano, 16
28002 Madrid, España.
metroMetro: Serrano (Brown Line, L4)

This boutique is sophisticated. It stocks both men's and women's clothes, and bags, scarves and other accessories. You can easily spend a lot of time in its dark, cool interior. The clothes are bright and cheerful and excellent quality. Expect to pay approximately €170.00 for a blouse and €360.00 for a dress.

Carolina Herrera is a fabulous place for designer bags
Carolina Herrera is a fabulous place for designer bags

Diesel
Calle Serrano, 14
28001 Madrid, España.
metroMetro: Serrano (Brown Line, L4)

Although Diesel is not strictly a boutique, you will find that it has top quality clothes and shoes. The outfits you'll find here are young and hip, with a street style. Expect to pay about €230.00 for a jacket and €100.00 for a blouse.

Marina Rinaldi
Calle Serrano, 38
28001 Madrid, España.
metroMetro: Serrano (Brown Line, L4)

Choose this boutique for shopping in Madrid if you want casual styles with a countryside feel. The clothes are less 'city' and more 'outdoor'. You're guaranteed to find something unique. Expect to pay around €300.00 for a blouse and €140.00 for trousers.

Guide to mens shopping in Madrid


Finding That Unique Outfit

Boutiques shopping in Madrid is so easy because many of the designer stores are along one street. The street of Serrano in the Salamanca district is known as Madrid's 'Golden mile' of shops, where you'll easily find the highest quality clothes and the most unique styles. The prices reflect the quality, but if you are on a budget, it's easy to find accessories instead of the full outfit.

Click here to read about shopping for the girls in Madrid


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