Queen Letizia stole the show with her elegant style at the Columbus Day celebrations on October 12 in Madrid.
The Spanish monarch wore a custom floral shirt dress by designer Juan Vidal for the military parade to mark Spain’s national holiday.
Queen Letizia’s floral print shirt dress
Queen Letizia’s printed midi dress stood out among the outfits she has traditionally worn for Columbus Day events.
Its vaporous blue fabric featured a large white floral print, fitted waist, and front button details.
The original Juan Vidal design had a bow, but Letizia’s customized version excluded it for a slimmer silhouette.
The voluminous sleeves and mid-calf skirt provided both style and modest coverage perfect for the fall weather.
Letizia paired the dress with her usual nude ‘kitten heel’ pumps, which added a few inches, ideal for a long day like October 12.
Her outfit brought a refreshing seasonal touch to Spain’s patriotic celebrations.
Letizia has turned to Alicante designer Juan Vidal before, indicating her affinity with the brand’s style.
Her custom floral dress costs about $759 on the designer’s website. As it was a one-of-a-kind piece, Letizia limited herself to the rest of the accessories.
She wore delicate rose gold and diamond earrings from her favorite Spanish jewelry brand, Gold & Roses. The dazzling star-shaped earrings cost about $1,565. Letizia debuted the earrings in June 2022.