Generally, Spanish people tend to have to common clothing. They like to wear designer clothes, but quality is more important to them than a designer label. Clothes made in Spain are not only available at reasonably prices but they are also of good quality. Teenage girls prefer wearing trousers rather than skirts and denim is as always the ‘in” thing. Adults tend to dress in a stylish yet conservative manner. When you enter the church in Spain, make sure that you are well dressed.
When introduced expect to shake hands.
Once a relationship is established, men may embrace and pat each other on the shoulder.
Female friends kiss each other on both cheeks, starting with the left.
People are often referred to as Don or Dona and their first name when in formal occasion as a general rule.
Many men use a two-handed shake where the left hand is placed on the right forearm of the other person.
Francisco de Goya