Today, we’re exploring Seville, a fashion and foodie heaven! This Spanish gem is all about cool clothes, amazing coffee, and the yummiest tapas. I’ve got the inside scoop, so let’s dive in!

Life buzzes on Calle Feria. This charming street is my go-to for a unique Seville vibe. Packed with vintage shops, great restaurants and artsy finds, it’s a treasure for every fashion lover.

Shop ‘Til You Drop

La Folie is known for its quirky, up-and-coming designers, offers a modern, minimalist atmosphere and is famous for reasonable prices given the quality of its offerings.

Calle Antonia Diaz, 16

Isadora, situated in the Soho Benita area near the distinctive “Las Setas” structure, Isadora specializes in women’s vintage clothing, shoes, and accessories, primarily from local designers. It’s a favourite among Sevillano fashion lovers.


Calle Don Alonso el Sabio, 9a

La Importadora is both a vintage clothing specialist and an art gallery. The shop’s shabby-chic look and beautiful exposed brickwork make it one of the most enjoyable places to browse in central Seville.

Calle Pérez Galdós, 2

Laura Moreno boutique is nestled in the heart of Seville, and it is a sanctuary for the modern, dynamic woman who dares to break free from the mould of traditional fashion brands. You will find here a carefully curated collection of textiles and accessories, with an eye for exceptional quality and a heart for personalized service!

Calle Lineros, 19

Monisqui offers a wide range of handmade dresses, long shirts, and skirts that are crafted with precision and care using high-quality fabrics. You’ll find various garments made from breathable fabrics that come in a vibrant palette of colours. Additionally, the store features an impressive selection of accessories perfect for complementing your look.

Calle Rioja, 3

Crispa 2 Vintage is a store with a charismatic owner who enjoys styling his customers and helping them pick the perfect outfit. This vintage store offers high-end brands like Burberry, Versace, Moschino, and more. You can find clothes for almost any occasion, many of which are available at bargain prices.

Calle Correduría, 30

Additionally, for those interested in footwear, the streets of Calles Tetuan, Velazquez, and Sierpes are lined with classy outlets offering a wide range of shoes. And for high-end fashion, Plaza Nueva is home to stores like Victorio & Lucchino, Carolina Herrera, Loewe, and Toscana.

Here’s a little insider tip: finding these shops online in Seville is like playing hide and seek – the owners love their low profile. Their online presence? More elusive than a cool breeze in Andalusia. You might spot the occasional Instagram update, but websites? As rare as a quiet day in a flamenco bar. But hey, every shop’s got a phone number. Remember, we’re in Andalusia, where time strolls rather than rushes. So, give the shops a ring to check if they’re open – it’s the local way!

Coffee Lovers, Rejoice!

I have two favourite spots, you’ll often find me at Virgen Coffee, home to the town’s best flat white, and Un Gato en Bicicleta, a place where I can’t get enough of their artsy interior design.

Un Gato en Bicicleta,

The Vibrant Alameda Neighborhood 

As the sun sets, Alameda comes alive. Once a rough neighbourhood, it’s now a vibrant hub of nightlife, tapas bars, live music, and diverse crowds. It’s a testament to Seville’s transformative spirit and a must-visit for anyone seeking an authentic local experience. Read more about this neighbourhood in my magazine devoted to Seville.

Interior Design Enthusiasts’ Delight

For those who are passionate about interior design, a visit to ‘Pan y Circo‘ is a must. Its breathtaking decor, unique furniture, and wall-to-wall paintings showcase Seville’s flair for style and design. In addition, you cannot miss out on Casa Ozama, a charming restaurant located in a beautiful hacienda that serves delicious food. The interiors of this place are another story altogether, which is why you simply must visit it!

Pan y Circo

Casa Ozama,

Seville is more than just a picturesque Spanish city; it’s a vibrant tapestry of fashion, coffee, and culinary delights. From its chic boutiques to cosy cafés and buzzing tapas bars, this Andalusian gem is a must-visit destination for every travel-savvy fashionista.

If you’re looking to enrich your Seville experience, you should meet the one and only Ilkay – the meditation-loving, deep-chatting, Seville-knowing, globe-trotting legend, but also someone I have a special fondness for. Just send me an email, or DM on Instagram, and I’ll hook you up – but only if you’re one of the cool kids, because, let’s be honest, Ilkay’s meet-and-greets are VIP only! So, if you’re ready to chat about everything from the mysteries of the universe to the best tapas in town, let me know, and I’ll set up a rendezvous. Remember, it’s a bit like meeting a ‘Reyes Magos’ – exclusive and unforgettable

Join Me in Madrid! 

Loved hearing about Seville? You’ll adore exploring fashion with me in Madrid. I offer exclusive fashion tours that’ll make your trip unforgettable. Let’s discover the best styles and secrets together!


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