The beautiful days are returning, and Letizia of Spain announces it in her looks. On Wednesday May 19, the wife of Felipe VI inaugurated with her husband the annual International Tourism Fair (FITUR) at the Juan Carlos I Exhibition Center, which brings together experts in a variety of disciplines to share their knowledge, experiences and their concerns about the tourism market. An official engagement for which the Queen of Spain had opted for a white monochrome look, which suited her perfectly. Especially since he flattered her figure, as the volumes were well distributed throughout her outfit.
For the occasion, Letizia from Spain opted for a white jumpsuit from The IQ Collection, sold for 135 euros on the brand’s website, founded by Inès Domecq and Virginia Pozo, two Spanish designers. An ideal outfit for the mother of Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia, which emphasizes her slim figure while the ruffle detail of her flounce sleeves showcases her muscular, tanned arms. And if the combination has charm on its own, there is no question for Letizia of Spain not to add the appropriate accessories. To her outfit, she added a thin black belt, matching her handbag and high heels perched.
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A few days ago, it was in a total red look that Letizia from Spain made an appearance to present the Cervantes Prize to the poet, Francisco Brines. Pants and a red tunic of the Zara brand, which again went to delight the wife of Felipe VI, who makes a point of honor to always lengthen her thin and slender silhouette, and above all, uses accessories to the safe bet to always be elegant and stylish.
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