July 22nd, 2011

Nagore Alonso In Glamour Espana: We Give Up

First comes Vogue, second comes Glamour España, next comes a 24 karat shrine of Nagore Alonso in St Peter’s Basilica. Seems like the only logical next step, naturally.

Like, SERIOUSLY, Kickettes! C-O-M-E  O-N. We love this fabulously fierce WAG to pieces, but she’s really thundering and lightning on our already-drenched fantasy-night-alone-with-Xabi parade here. And in a studded Burberry Prorsum trench no less!

Can this WAG stop twisting her smartly-heeled stiletto into our hearts already? Pretty please?

But enough with our rant and onto the news.

The Spanish Mum of two is the subject of a lovely little fashion spread in next month’s Spanish fashion and beauty mag, and has revealed she recently completed an entrepreneurs course at the University of Deusto. Say wha? Another WAG with fashion industry career ambitions? We seriously have negative zero chance at success anymore.

Shot in the beautiful San Sebastián, Spain (same place as their nuptials), Nagore wore simple looks that were as classy and sophisticated as herself (Ed Note: some WAGs should pay attention to this). The Sandro blouse and jeans she wears here (the latter of which you can buy from NETAPORTER) are a perfect day-to-day look that any lady can pull off.

Nagore’s other looks included a Dsquared2 sheath dress, an Elie Saab gown, and a funky Isabel Marant dress. Her lustrously perfect and hair envy inducing locks are present throughout, dammit.

We think Mrs A. looks stunning and are beyond intrigued to see how she’ll use her newly acquired entrepreneurial skillz in the fashion biz. Will she design? Open shops? Style? She can’t do wrong in our eyes, so bring it on Nagore. And feel free to slide any sort of discount you see fit our way.

Thx Lou!

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44 Responses to “Nagore Alonso In Glamour Espana: We Give Up”

  1. kane says:

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  2. TMCM says:

    I cannot express how much awe I have for this woman. She pulls off class and sophistication so flawlessly and effortlessly. She's the only WAG I don't want out of the picture.

  3. Isabella says:

    They are a perfect couple, she is classy…

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  5. linvinnaar says:

    I'm in love with her and I'm not ashamed to admit it!__Damnit, I'm in love with her husband and her kids too okay.

  6. Por dior says:

    I´ve seen the photo of her in the elie saab dress with a big black dog and she looks so confident and elegant ,just amazing. If i´m not wrong i think she´s opening shop for babies.

  7. Zahara says:

    god, she is so beautiful and her husband is too..is this level of perfection even possible??

  8. Kate says:

    They didn't need to airbrush her face as much as they did in the other pictures.

  9. FootyFanUSA says:

    Actually the Spanish got this from the Arabs when the Arabs conquered Spain. In Islam women are not suppose to take their husbands name. Now in modern times in western countries Muslims take their husbands names but in Muslim countries you are not suppose to change your last name.

  10. xbabyshakesx says:

    She is gorgeous! Perfect for a man like Alonso! =]

    • JCF says:

      With a woman like Nagore? I almost venture to say it's the other way around- Xabi is perfect for her! ;)

  11. JJK says:

    She's classy. And elegant. Not exactly pretty.

    • poppy says:

      Being pretty is nothing if you act without class and elegance.

      • JJK says:

        Who's saying otherwise? Imo, she is not a beauty (and you just have to look at normal pics of her). But she is elegant. Cant say anything about her personality cause I really dont know her.

  12. FootyGirl says:

    If she wasn't just so damn perfect for Xabi, I would find it very easy to hate her.

  13. earidurt says:

    she is sooo stunningly beautiful and chic! those outfits are TO DIE FOR! she wears them so very well. just gorgeous!!

  14. Marina_Isabella says:

    Elegant woman is ELEGANT. And she's beautiful on top of being elegant.

  15. Jen says:

    I love her almost as much as I love her husband!! She is seriously beautiful, intelligent, family-oriented and classy!

  16. tia says:

    i heard xabi suffers back pain right before the chivas game. how bad is xabi's back pain? and what causes his back pain? heeeeee

  17. FootballDaze says:

    Sigh. I think I may love her more than I do her husband, and that is difficult because I adore Xabi. What a great couple.

  18. Angelina says:

    Ladies, I love you all but in Spain, women don't take their husband's name upon marriage!

    • Marina_Isabella says:

      GRACIAS! for mentioning this :) I think that taking your husband's last name is a very Anglo and German thing… Women in the Hispanic world in general don't take their husband's last names. Rarely ever does that occur. Neither my Great-granny, nor my granny, mum or me took our husband's last names. It's simply deemed unnecessary. It's a cultural thing. I guess we're proud people like that :P You're supposed to be proud of the last names you got from your family.

      • Sarah, Madrid says:

        EXACTLY! It is up to the lady IF she wants to take it,

        but as you said: " It's simply deemed unnecessary"..doesn't make a difference .

        • Pam says:

          It is also up to the gentleman if he wants to take his wife's name. I have seen that happen (in Anglo saxon countries too).

          So, as pointed out in earlier comments, don't assume that a married woman's last name is her husband's. In some countries it may be dominant practice, but it doesn't apply to rest of the world!

      • xbabyshakesx says:

        Felt like i learned something today LOL ^^ thanks for letting us know!

    • helloooo says:

      and how many names will your grandchildren have then???

      • Angelina says:

        Uhh. I have my father's and then my mother's last name. That's it.

      • Angelina says:

        Sorry, didn't mean to seem snarky but to clarify

        A person gets their last names from their mom and dad. Dad's name goes first, then Mom's. That's it. Each of your parents has two last names as well. The father's name is the one that gets passed down.

      • Marina_Isabella says:

        Let me explain this question a bit: Hispanic people and also the Portuguese and Brazilians, use two last names. So if your dad is "Martin Garcia Gonzalez" and your mum is "Cecilia Martinez Rodriguez" then your name would be: (instert 1st name here) Garcia Martinez. See what I did there? I took the 1st last name on dad's name, and the 1st last name on mum's name. The 1st last name you see on someone's name is always the paternal last name and the second one is always the maternal one. In the Portuguese-speaking world that naming rule is slightly different. The 1st last name would be the maternal, the second would be the paternal one, and you'd be addressed by your paternal last name or both depending on your preference, same thing with Spanish-speakers… Can either address me by both of my last names or by my 1st last name (the paternal one) AND there are people out there who do actually (not the norm though) like to be addressed by their maternal last name.

        Hope that made sense. Btw… That naming tradition is aaaannnnnciiiieeeent :D

        And one more thing: All those last names that end in EZ in Spanish or ES in Portuguese, are archaic patronymics. So, the son of Martin would be Martinez, the son of Rodrigo would be Rodrigues, etc. Some of them like Lopez are patronymics of names that people don't use anymore. Lope is an old fashioned name that fell out of disuse a whiiiile ago. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patronymic#Iberian_P…

        • Angelina says:

          Thanks for doing this! It's a lot more in depth than the one I attempted up there.

  19. nea says:

    xabi is perfect. wake up next to this woman, go to work with iker casillas. seriously. like seriously!

    • Pam says:

      Hmm, I don't think a bloke regards working with Iker Casillas as being right up there with sliced bread. A gal on the other hand… :)

  20. Achy Footballer says:

    Love the classic black sheath dress; hate the WAG that snagged my dear lovely Xabi!!

  21. Red_Girl says:

    As classy as her husband!

  22. Miss Lampard says:

    Seriously she's so classy, beautiful, gorgeous woman. She's a true WAG that doesn't search the fame and the photographs, she isn't simple a plastic doll, but a true-family woman. I have always thought that she was the perfect woman for a man like Xabi, 'cause they are the perfect classy-lovely couple. Compliments once again to Nagore!