“Flamenco” Dresses

“Dance as the narration of a magical story; that recites on lips, illuminates imaginations and embraces the most sacred depths of souls.” ― Shah Asad Rizvi

The flamenco dresses are typical of Spain. These dresses are flamboyant and colorful. The have many layers of ruffles in the skirt and sleeves that swish around as they walk. They seductively hug the Spanish women figure. Many use fabric with polka dots or flowers, full of colors. You will see women wearing these dresses at ferias and romerias. Along with these dresses women wear large earrings and flowers over her head. It is really impressive to watch how women are able to dance flamenco with these very restrictive dresses. They help to instill certain drama to the dance and their movements.

Hope you enjoy the selections I made of flamenco dresses. I love them all. Some of them are made for the famous Spanish designer Vicky Martin Berrocal.













Dresses from: Wappissima.comSedkanovias.es and Tamaraflamenco.com


Author: allurelively

This is the most crazy fashion lover ever, addicted to fashion magazines, beauty blogs, fashion shows, the one that go and fill the shopping bags of all her favorite online stores. Because of that I decided to turn that passion for fashion in something more productive, this blog, allurelively.wordpress. com. I want to share my passion with all of you. On my free time I love to read, write and take photos. For inquiries you can reach me at allurelively@gmail.com

3 thoughts on ““Flamenco” Dresses”

    1. Good for you!! I would love to learn how to dance Flamenco, but I was not gifted with enough talent to do it. I truly enjoy and admire people that can dance with grace and well. Never stop dancing, it is also a wonderful exercise.


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