Once again Letizia of Spain proves she has the makings of a queen. On October 29, the wife of Felipe VI held an audience at the Zarzuela Palace with the board of directors of the Women in a Legal World Association, which she has supported for several years. Because even in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, Queen Letizia continues to honor her official commitments, and works hard to support organizations and associations that come to the aid of women and children in particular. And for the occasion, she was very chic.
Used to imposing her style on the royal court, the mother of Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia had opted for this meeting for a high waist pencil skirt in sky blue color, belted at the waist and signed Hugo Boss, a brand that ‘she particularly likes. Associated with this skirt which costs around 220 euros, Letizia from Spain wore a navy blue blouse with patch pockets on the chest, and matching pumps. And for the occasion, she had obviously not forgotten her mask, now associated with all her outfits during her official outings.
When Letizia from Spain trades her heels for fluff
And if she regularly adapts her wardrobe to her duties as a queen and her commitments, Letizia of Spain is also able on occasion to break her overly strict image and opt for unexpected accessories. Always perched on high heels, she had fallen for flat shoes during a family outing last October. Dressed in a Burberry trench coat and checked pants, Felipe VI’s wife had opted for black moccasins. This proves that she is also able to opt for the comfortable instead of the very formal.
Letizia from Spain © Zuma Press