Letizia of Spain, queen of style. Follower of trendy looks, the wife of Felipe VI has once again proven that fashion is definitely her cup of tea, while she carefully chooses each of her outfits for her royal engagements. So Tuesday, June 8, is the inauguration of the exhibition Emilia Pardo Bazán. The challenge of modernity, which she surrendered, organized at the National Library in Madrid on the occasion of the centenary of the death of this Spanish naturalist novelist, contemporary of Emile Zola. And for this event, Letizia from Spain opted for one of her favorite prints: the python.
This time, no Zara snakeskin-like skirt for the queen, but rather a cream dress she had already worn, signed by the Madrid brand Pedro del Hierro, which she wore on March 25, 2019 in Buenos Aires, during the state visit that she and her royal husband were making to Argentina at the time. A sleeveless dress, with a flared midi skirt, which she had on Tuesday, June 8, accessorized with white and gray reptile pumps set with studs, matching a clutch with the same patterns and details, signed Magrit. A rock and trendy detail to spice up her immaculate and understated dress, which has not gone unnoticed.
Letizia from Spain, fan of animal prints
A fan of animal prints, Letizia from Spain is also a fan of recycled outfits, which she nevertheless sports in a new light each time. Indeed, if she had chosen different accessories for her cream dress, it turns out that in March 2020, it was with a completely different outfit that she wore her python pumps to match her clutch. It was for the opening ceremony of the legislature of the Congress of Deputies to the Parliament of the Spanish nation, that the Queen had chosen these accessories to brighten up her black poncho, worn over a cream dress. An association that is decidedly unanimous for the wife of Felipe VI.
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