What people wear here in Granada depends on the person’s upbringing. As an example, I do not recommend for my girl students to wear short shorts. In Granada, we wear a lot of jeans, even if it is very hot. I, personally, do not wear jeans a lot because it is very hot, but a lot of people do.
You will not see a lot of girls or women wearing short shorts or a very provocative blouse. If men see you dress like that, you will get a lot of attention because that is an issue here in Granada. They will say things to you.
Ladies usually wear jeans and nice shirts. Men wear shorts and t-shirts and sandals. You will not see a lot of people who wear provocative clothing here in Granada.
Expats in Granada dress differently from locals. They usually wear short cloths because it is very hot here for them, and I understand that. They usually wear light shirts or undershirts.
Some people here in Granada, both locals and expats, do not care that much about how they look. We have sloppy dressers who do not care about what they wear and go out with their crazy hair that looks like they just got up and slept on it. They walk in their pajamas and they do not care. It really depends on how you were raised.
There are also people who dress up nicely here in Granada. They usually wear a nice pair of pants, a very nice blouse, some jewelry, etc. Lots of girls here in Granada now like to iron their hair, so they have very straight, beautiful hair. They wear make-up and high heels.
There are opportunities to dress up here in Granada, too. If you are going to Calsada Street to have dinner, for example, then you can dress up because that is where the nicer restaurants and shops in Granada are located. Most of the people that you will see in Calada Street are dressed up nicely, although you might still see some expats who are not. You might see some people who are in pajamas, but almost all of them are expats!