Flamenco maintains the tradition of its costumes and accessories, which evolve and change with the trends; one more piece of evidence that flamenco folklore is a living art. The sevillana or flamenco costume is the only regional costume that changes with the fashion.
Throughout the province you can find big and small fashion designers specialised in flamenco fashion in all its variations: gypsy costumes for the fairs, women’s riding costumes, short suits for men, fashion for processions and even for weddings. In Seville, getting married in flamenco dress is all the rage.
There is a wide range of accessories that cannot be lacking: manila shawls and small shawls, fans, tassels, ruffles and adornments, flowers, earrings (in Seville they are called sarcillos), shoes, petticoats, and an endless number of very flattering items.
María José Blay Moda Flamenca
Pl. Joselito el Gallo, 18, 41100
Coria del Río
Ponteflamenca De Mónica Méndez Moda
Pl. la Almazara, local 5B, 41500
Alcalá de Guadaíra
Guitarras Antonio Bernal
c/ Hernando del Pulgar, 20, 41007