With a refinement that stands out on every occasion, Queen Letizia has shone once again at the recent meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Princess of Girona Foundation, chaired by the King and Queen of Spain at the Royal Palace in Madrid.
At this meeting, the monarch dazzled with her choice of wardrobe, standing out not only for her innate elegance but also for her ability to reuse garments impeccably.
Let’s see in detail the styling she chose, focusing our attention on each piece that makes up her outfit.
Queen Letizia in a floral skirt by Carolina Herrera and red blouse by Hugo Boss
Queen Letizia chose to revive a look that she had already worn in 2020 for the same event, rescuing a black skirt by Carolina Herrera.
This piece, with a tube cut and midi length, features floral details embroidered in red, white and green.
This is the fourth occasion in which the queen chooses this outfit, demonstrating her ability to combine style and sustainability by recycling garments from her closet.
The choice of shirt is also noteworthy. To complement the skirt, Doña Letizia opted for a Hugo Boss Banora blouse.
Made in crepe de Chine with a lustrous silk blend and elastic for comfort, the shirt adds a touch of sophistication to the ensemble.
As for the footwear, on this occasion, Letizia surprised by adding black suede boots ‘over the knee’ style, breaking with the tradition of classic salons.
These Magrit boots, with a bold and modern touch, demonstrate the versatility of the Queen’s style to adapt to current trends.
The finishing touch to the outfit is provided by a black leather belt from Burberry, which adds class and defines the silhouette.
On the jewelry front, the Queen opted for Gold & Roses’ Needle I Am earrings, a sustainable and meaningful choice.
Made in rose gold, diamonds and rubies, these earrings belong to the I AM RED collection, expressing love, beauty and freedom.
We cannot overlook the Coreterno ring on her left hand, a jewel that has been a constant companion of the Queen throughout the year.
With the inscription “Amor che tutto move,” a phrase inspired by Dante Alighieri’s ‘Divine Comedy,’ this ring is an expression of eternal love.
With this perfect style for Christmas, the mother of Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia closes her agenda for the week.