|Carper boutique in Barcelona|
By Alexandra Moore
This article covers some popular and interesting Barcelona Boutiques, so you can find them easily and delight in the diversity to be found in this city.
One of the most special things about Barcelona's shopping life is the amount of one off boutiques, often decorated with little touches to make the experience that little bit more special.
A lot of them are independent Spanish labels so you can go home without worrying that somebody will be wearing the same thing as you.
Como Agua De Mayo
Carrer Argenteria, 43
08003 Barcelona, España.
Metro: Jaume 1 (Yellow Line, L4)
A beautiful little boutique which has everything to achieve a complete look, shoes, clothes and accessories (the Spanish love a complete look). Labels include Ailanto, Lydia Delgado and 2 by Josep Font. Also down this street is a lovely church, Iglesia de Santa Maria del Mar, which in turn will lead you round to the trendy area of El Born where you can carry on your shopping.
It's worth wandering down Carrer Avinyo (don't worry it's not a particularly long street) as there are quite few other little boutiques that I don't have room to mention, both for the traditionalist and the modernist. Most notable is Zsu Zsa (pronounced Soo-sa) which has amazing knitwear.
So-Da is also worth a look in, during the day it's a boutique selling mostly international labels such as Boxfresh and Yohji Yamamoto, but at night the cabinets move back to introduce the bar at the back.
With this list of Barcelona boutiques you should be well-equipped to take advantage of the original and creative pieces Barcelona has to offer. More than that enjoy wandering around some of Barcelona's best little streets.