After having visited the picturesque Renaissance city of Florence last week, we now move on to our next destination. Located by the Mediterranean Sea and surrounded by scenic hills, Barcelona is famed and loved not only for its outstanding art-nouveau architecture by Antoni Gaudi, or for boasting one of Europe’s largest sport stadiums, which is home to one of the most successful soccer clubs, or for its rich cultural scene and excellent cuisine, but first and foremost for its chilled-out vibe, attracting visitors from all over the world. Paying homage to the vibrant Catalan capital, we once again compiled a Weekly Outfit. Check it out after the jump.
Bodega – B 5-Panel
KENZO – Half-Frame Sunglasses
French fashion house KENZO provides this highly convincing argument to go on a summer vacation. The shades feature a half-frame made from pale blue acetate, and include polarized reflective lenses in dark yellow, beside a subtle logo print at the lens corner. Get them now from SSENSE.
Engineered Garments Workaday – White Oxford 19th Century BD Shirt
Spending a whole day exploring the city exposed to the Spanish sun can be a real pain at times. So don’t attract more attention than necessary and stick with a light and cooling outfit. You might want to consider the above oxford shirt by Engineered Garments. It is made of white premium cotton and features a comfortable regular fit, keeping the sweat to a minimum. Get it now from The Bureau Belfast.
SOPHNET. – Flower Pattern Shorts
If you happen to have the chance, head out of the city and explore the beautiful countryside and beaches surrounding Barcelona, while keeping it both casual and classy in a pair of SOPHNET. flower pattern shorts. You can get them at End Clothing.
A Kind Of Guise – Rolled Backpack
German brand A Kind Of Guise provide this truly unique backpack. It is made of buttery-soft calf leather and provides enough space to keep your goods safe while wandering around the city. Get it now at SOTO.
The Quiet Life x Lakai – Indio
Chances are that some of you may already be familiar with Barcelona despite never having set foot in the city. Dubbed the skateboarding capital of Europe, almost every professional skate video features at least five minutes of footage shot at the MACBA, Sants train station or the many other spots scattered across the city. If you want to join in the fun, be sure to sport the right footwear such as the Lakai Indio sneaker made in collaboration with The Quiet Life. You can get a pair at Flatspot.