Queen Letizia, 50, has arrived in Colombia to embark on her new cooperation trip, exuding her trademark smile and characteristic cooperative style.
The noteworthy element in her ensemble was her choice of pants, a fashionable piece that is currently trending and boasts a remarkable rejuvenating effect, particularly for women over 50.
Queen Letizia’s Cooperative Style
The pants in question are a stylish rendition of classic cargo pants and hail from the affordable brand, Stradivarius.
These high-waisted, straight-leg cargo pants are distinguished by their generous side pockets, plastron-style design, and lapels. While they are available in a variety of fabrics, silhouettes, and colors, Queen Letizia has opted for a beige pair.
With their straight cut and extended length that elegantly drapes over the shoes, these cargo pants can be purchased for $28.
Queen Letizia has paired these pants with a basic white shirt, stylishly rolling up the sleeves. This versatile look is equally suitable for a day at work or a casual outing with friends and family.
When it comes to footwear, Princess Leonor’s mother has made a fitting choice for her cooperative trip. She has opted for a pair of Panama Jack ‘Phoebe’ boots, available for $150.
To complete the ensemble, she has added a red cooperative vest, although it can also be complemented with a blazer or an elegant vest.
First day of cooperation
Wearing her signature aid worker attire, which includes the famous red vest, a white shirt with sleeves rolled up, and basic pants, as well as Panama Jack boots, Letizia arrived at the cooperation training center.
Accompanied by the First Lady of the Republic of Colombia, they visited the drinking water supply and sanitation program carried out by the Spanish Cooperation in the neighborhood of Villa Hermosa, in Cartagena de Indias.
🇨🇴La Reina, acompañada por la primera dama de la República de Colombia, visita el programa de abastecimiento de agua potable y saneamiento domiciliario desarrollado por la Cooperación Española en el barrio de Villa Hermosa, en Cartagena de Indias.
— Casa de S.M. el Rey (@CasaReal) June 13, 2023
After the visit to the water supply program, the two women shared lunch at the Casa del Marqués de Valdehoyos, before visiting the facilities of the Cartagena de Indias Workshop School and witnessing a restoration project at the Baluarte de Santa Catalina.
The day concluded with a meeting between the Queen and representatives of Spanish cooperation.