Barcelona is a great city for clothes shopping, where you can find a combination of different styles. With a wide variety of stores that suit every type of wallet, Barcelona is the ideal place for you to buy a whole new wardrobe. Here is a list with some of the best Spanish menswear brands in Barcelona:
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You can find Massimo Dutti at El Triangle shopping center, in Plaça Catalunya; Avinguda Portal de l’Àngel, 16; Rambla de Catalunya 60; and Avinguda Diagonal, 484.
Traditionally a brand for women, Mango has recently come out with an entire menswear collection called HE by Mango. The collection offers a variety of pieces that are effortlessly wearable, modern, and well cut.
There are several Mango stores in the city, some that sell exclusively menswear. You can find HE by Mango at Passeig de Gracia, 36,; Avinguda Portal de l’Angel, 7, and at Avinguda Diagonal 586.
Founded in 1846 by Enrique Loewe Lynch, Loewe has been producing quality clothes for over a century. This luxury brand offers a mix of classic and contemporary items like leather jackets, satchels, scarves, shirt, pants and wallets.
You can find Loewe at Aeroport El Prat, in El Prat de Llobregat; in El Corte Inglés Diagonal, at Avinguda Diagonal, 617, and at Loewe’s flagship store, a gorgeous location at Passeig de Gracia, 35.
Pull & Bear is another great Spanish brand for basics, offering a collection of t-shirts, long-sleeved shirts, hoodies and jerseys and many different colors. The brand excels in graphic tees, comfortable jeans and an assortment of accessories.
You can find this casual menswear brand at Calle Pelai, 60, Avenida del Portal de L’Angel, 42, and Maremagnum shopping mall, at Moll d’España.
One of the most famous Spanish brands with stores all over the world, Zara sells clothes for men, women and children. Zara’s menswear line is composed by both casual and fancy clothes offering a lot of good basics and a variety of printed items.
You can find Zara at Avinguda Portel de l’Àngel, 32-34; Carrer de Pelai, 58; Rambla de Catalunya, 67; and Passeig de Gràcia, 16.
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