On the last night of Queen Letizia in Denmark, the consort has been in style with a risky look for dinner at the Glyptotheque in Copenhagen.
A style with which she has paid tribute to Danish fashion and has dazzled with her best jewelry.
Queen Letizia’s sequinned black dress
The main dress of the evening was a black design by Rotate, a discovery in the Queen’s closet.
It is a fitted model with a midi skirt, and a plunging neckline both in the front and back, which is left exposed to the bottom.
The sequined fabric gave it a festive touch ideal for the occasion, although it is not Letizia’s favorite, which only has a few designs of this type.
This new dress has a cost of 300 US dollars.
As accessories, she has resorted to some of her favorite pieces, such as Manolo Blahnik’s vinyl and leather pumps, lower than usual.
And as the icing on the cake of the look, some stunning earrings made her the perfect and dazzling guest to thank the Danish hospitality.
With this risky dress, the Queen has paid tribute to the fashion of Denmark and has culminated in style her state visit, leaving a trail of elegance and glamor.
Undoubtedly, Letizia has confirmed her fame as a style icon and ambassador of Spanish fashion triumphing with a different bet in her visit to Copenhagen.