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    Vallmai must have: Fashion & fascinators and much more

    by Lamberti64 Written Mar 21, 2010

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    Vallmai must have.
    A cute trendy shop in Madrid

    Brands from demmark like: By timo, DAY, or fascinators from Mamita Linda,
    A nice place to make your shopping. The owner can suggest looks, and ways to were the cloths.
    Speaking English

    What to buy: slips in dusty rose, "culottes", trendy clothes in flowers
    A very nice ( and cheap) jewellery's
    And a superb fascinators and Alice bands collections

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    Trés Chic Vintage Shop: Do you like second hand vintage in your wardrobe?

    by mollymoo0oo0 Updated Jun 14, 2011

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    With a delightful young lady running the show, this place is packed full of an energetic and colourful vintage fashion selection, catering for all tastes - men and women alike. Also you will find several special pieces which have been revamped with a special tailoring touch, and if you're really lucky you might just happen to pop in when there's a DJ spinning some tunes too!

    Much more than just a shopping trip, this is an afternoon fun dressing up experience, and you'll find it hard to leave without something in your bag!

    What to pay: Expect to pay anything between very little and not a lot... unless of course you're going to fill your bags of new goodies, which is of course very likely ;)

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    Zara, Women's Secret, Chanel, Armani,....: Salamanca

    by tweetycaro Written Sep 24, 2004

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    Calle de serrano an Calle de José Cortega y Gasset are the main shoppingstreets in Salamanca. This is a more exclusive neighbourhood in Madrid with all the big brands, Tod's, Versace but also with Massimo Dutti, El Corte Inglès.

    What to buy: Whatever your purse can spare...

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    Mamita Linda Atelier: Headgear and jewellry

    by Lamberti64 Updated Dec 8, 2010
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    Mamita Linda is the classic studio space dedicated to the hat and headgear.
    Modern and different designs to suit all tastes: ceremony, party, marriage ... The designer of the brand receives personally advising clients in completing the look and styling. In less than 7 days do as headdresses.
    In the studio we can also find accessories and ready to wear headdresses, jewelry and hair ornaments for girls.

    What to buy: Custom hats, cocktails hat, facinators touched in 7 days and ready to take

    What to pay: VISA

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    Fashion: LOS AUSTRIAS, SOL & CENTRO

    by Danalia Updated Feb 5, 2011

    Madrid is divided to quarters (barrios, in Spanish), the magic of each one of them is something that can be discovered only by visit them, walking there, eating, drinking, going to places, and shopping.
    The LOS AUSTRIAS, SOL & CENTRO zone , with the famous Puerta del Sol, is a nice place to shop there.
    At the center of this area, it is typical to find mostly some tourist souvenir, but try the calle de preciados - its one of the best street to shop at.

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    Fashion: Agatha Ruiz de la Prada

    by Danalia Updated Feb 5, 2011
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    In Calle de Serrano, waiting for you one of the most famous fashion store of the original designer Agatha Ruiz de la Prada.
    I loved her fashion and work, the use of unlimited range of colors, and the feeling that sometimes I wanted to but it all .

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    Shoes and Fashion: Ekseption

    by Danalia Written Feb 5, 2011

    Ok , the prices are far from being normal, and at the same price of shoes you can fly and stay for over 2 or 3 weeks in Madrid.
    Me myself, I never shopped there, but I went in and out with a big "I Wish" .
    So its beautiful, and stylish, and for whomever like to torture himself by doing "eye shopping" only its probably a perfect place :)

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    Casa Yustas: Casa Yustas for that hat

    by gwened Written Feb 24, 2013
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    This is one of the oldest hat shops in madrid, I used to come here when a kid to get my grandfather's old hat pointed and with a cap basque style lol!! it had to be that one or nothing...and it was found, and many years after that too.

    My kids came in for baseball style hats,and me similar basque beret style one, and my father before me, its a family institution lol!!! You will love the designs and selection with a very old world friendly service.

    Casa Yustas founded in 1894, selling hats, caps, and military souvenirs, and from 1997,also, artisan products, gifts and decoration items.

    What to buy: hats and caps.

    What to pay: best prices for the best hats in madrid

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    Calzados Victor: Get your shoes for the family at Victor's

    by gwened Written Feb 24, 2013
    Calzados Victor or Victor's Shoes in Alcala St

    This is near where I lived for four years in Madrid,and it my mother used to take me here to buy me shoes, well, I then, took my kids here to buy them shoes too. It is an institution in the district of Quintana lne 5 of metro. Still run by the same family and I know the store for 42 years lol!!!
    no webpage of course, family business the old good fashion way.
    Open Mondays to Fridays from 9h30 - 14h ,then 16h30 to 20h30
    Saturdays from 9h30 to 14h30 and 17h to 20h30
    closed sundays

    The selection is big and the service like your mom gives you. a family heirloom now pass on to you at VT.

    What to buy: shoes, men,women, and kids the best brands at the best prices in town

    What to pay: best prices for shoes in town still going and going ....

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    Mercado Fuencarral: Small shopping centre

    by tweetycaro Written Sep 24, 2004

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    This is a shoppingcentre with "mini shops" of a few square metres. Trendy clothes, jewelry, handbags, vintage clothes, a bar, hairdresser,... It has a hippy atmosphere about it.

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