In recent years, the center of Seville has become an incredible open-air shopping center, specially thanks to put steely on some reference streets and the opening of new businesses that have changed the way we go shopping. In this core of the capital the masculine, feminine and infantile fashion converge and meet on modern stores and boutiques that offer styles and trends for all tastes.

A good start to your shopping route is Calle Rioja, where you will find London Trajes, an establishment specializing in wedding dresses and special events since 1973 that carries the elegance by flag. Also has another store on Calle Méndez Núñez. If you continue through the popular Tetuán Street, the first national and international companies are waiting for you in Noguel, which is also an excellent meeting point with the world of tailoring.


In Plaza Nueva, the O’Kean store is well worth a stop. It is the project of creation of masculine fashion of its founder Ana O’Kean, fourth in the generation line of a saga of masterful andalusian tailors, settled for more than a hundred years in this city. Its particularity lies in being able to bring the qualities of the fabrics, dressings and finishes of tailoring to the universe of ready-to-wear.

To get a good hat, you can walk the streets Sierpes, Alcaicería de Loza or Rosario, where are located some of the most representative shops of this sector. Such is the case of Maquedano, a centennial business specialized in hats for which it seems time has not passed. Its building, an authentic jewel of modernism, is the work of the well-known architect José Gómez Millán.


Footwear lovers will find in Seville a world of possibilities when it comes to shopping.

You will love two stores of Calzados Dorado, in Lineros and O’Donnell Streets as well, with a wide exposition of shoes of companies like Callaghan, Fluchos, Hispanitas or Martinelli. Another very recommendable option is Cuarzo Shoes, in Sagasta, that counts on the designs of the Spanish house Alma en Pena.

If you continue towards Plaza del Pan, you will pass Cordoba Street, which has become one of the largest exponents of this sector in the center. In the same area, you will be struck by the eclectic windows of Paco Rodríguez, where brides and dress shoes, sandals or sneakers, from a great selection of brands, live together.


For women, making a shopping route through Seville is an irresistible plan for the large number of shops and boutiques dedicated to the universe of fashion and accessories that open their doors throughout the day.

If you want unique clothing, handmade with soft fabrics, Coachella is your store. You will love its unmistakable boho chic style and its ethnic complements. Do not stop visiting the boutique of the designer Teria Yabar in Rivero Street. Her magnificent collections of fashion and accessories dress an elegant and feminine woman with creations that are a delight.


Other boutiques such as Roberto Verino, Carolina Herrera, Purificación García, Max Mara or Michael Kors dress the streets of the city of luxury and glamor with the designs displayed in the windows of this essential sector of Seville.


For those looking for affordable prices, here you will find the shops of the most representative chain of companies of the country, such as Inditex, with its famous stores Zara, Uterqüe and MassimoDutti, others like Mango and Cortefiel, and those dedicated to the universe of footwear, bags and accessories. Among them, highlights Lollipops Paris, in Cerrajería Street, which offers collections of leather goods and costume jewelery, reinterpreting the French chic in a colorful and fun way.

Chapter apart deserve the large commercial areas that have transformed the commercial scene of Seville.


La libélula, for example, is not a store to use, it is a show and a different style. Located in a palace house from the beginning of the s. XX in Cuna Street, is an original gallery in which fashion, art, decoration, gastronomy, events and everything, you can think of melt in a warm atmosphere to offer new designers, consolidated companies and entrepreneurs a good showcase  to show their proposals.

In the same street you will find the main Galerías Madrid a shop where you will discover the latest textile trends, not only national but also Italian, French and Indonesian, as well as the collection of flamenco dresses company Doña Ana.


In the renovated Puente and Pellón Street, Almacenes Arias is located, an establishment specialized in high-end fabrics, draperies, upholstery and clothing since 1932.


For its part, El Corte Inglés offers a wide variety of collections of first brands, high perfumery and cosmetics, high-end jewelry, as well as art and decoration.

Urban Fashion

Special mention should be made of the casual style, nowadays live its moment of greatest height with the rise of new brands and the revival of some firms already consolidated in the world of fashion.


At this point there is no doubt that the podium of trends is reserved for sport chic that every season ratifies its position on the great walkways around the world.

To go one step ahead, we recommend the store UrbanJungle in Sagasta Street, a point of reference for all those who are looking for the latest in sneakers; those  sneakers of innovative designs, that crossed the frontier of the sport world to become absolute protagonists of the most current urbanwear. Brands such as Adidas, Converse, Nike, Le Cok Sportif, Jordan or Puma, among many others, limited editions, fashion accessories, collaborations with artists from leading international brands … UrbanJungle the meeting place of urban fashion and culture in Seville.


In Puente y Pellón, the best shoe firms meet in BrutalZapas, with spaces dedicated exclusively to each one of them. Here you will also find textile collections for a current audience and followers of the latest trends.

Those looking for different sportswear have their space at Surf Planet, a paradise for surf lovers of, skate and snow that offers collections of leading brands as well as its own brand.