Princess Leonor, 17, marked the end of an era by graduating from UWC Atlantic College on Saturday, May 20. After two years of studying high school at the prestigious boarding school in Wales, the heir to the throne has culminated her education surrounded by her classmates and family who traveled to the United Kingdom to support her in this special moment.
Leonor surprised and captivated everyone with her dazzling outfit. For the occasion, she wanted to wear her favorite color: fuchsia. To receive her diploma Leonor opted for a blazer dress that is trendy and shows her more adult version.
Princess Leonor’s outfit at her graduation in Wales
The dress worn by the Princess of Asturias is from the renowned firm Apparentia and, although it is a classic design that is fashionable, it stands out for its many details. It features a double-breasted with buttons lined in the same fabric and color as the dress, and the sleeves have a slit that gives it a modern and distinctive touch.
This youthful yet elegant princess look highlights her silhouette by wearing a belt to match her dress. The price of this elegant dress is 400 euros ($432).
To stylize her figure to the maximum Leonor has worn one of the favorite sandals of Queen Letizia, which belong to the renowned firm Mint & Rose. These sandals with a very high heel and platform are characterized by their metallic finish, their knot, and their bracelet closure at the ankle. These sandals are priced at 199 euros ($215).
She complemented her outfit with a handbag or clutch, wore her hair loose and smooth, and a natural makeup but highlighting her eyes, radiating confidence and elegance.
The young heiress to the throne has sophisticated her fashion choices, opting for a style more in keeping with her age and her status as a future queen. On this occasion, she has opted for simplicity and elegance.
New challenges for the Princess of Asturias
With her mind set on the challenges that the future holds for her, Leonor says goodbye to Wales and returns to Spain ready to begin her military training. Graduation from UWC Atlantic College marks a milestone in her life and is a further step in her preparation for her future responsibilities as the leader of the Spanish monarchy.