The second day of the state visit of King Felipe and Queen Letizia to Denmark was marked by the elegant outfits of the Spanish queen.
After dazzling with her dress and historical jewelry during the first night in the country, the queen consort has once again attracted attention with a style full of meaning.
Queen Letizia’s green dress in Denmark
For the first acts of the day, the cold forced the queen to cover herself at the beginning with a camel coat from Carolina Herrera, a repeated piece in her closet that she had already worn in previous events.
But the highlight came later when Letizia was able to dispense with the coat and reveal her new green dress, from the Spanish firm Dándara.
It is a midi design, with long sleeves, a high neck, and a flared skirt, available for less than 100 dollars.
A commitment to affordable fashion made in Spain that fits with the trend of Letizia to include brands of the country in their styles.
In tune with the dress, the queen chose emerald and diamond earrings belonging to her mother-in-law, Queen Sofia.
These were historical jewels that she had already worn on previous occasions and that matched perfectly with the green color of the garment, in a new example of the reuse of pieces from the royal jewelry box.
The look was completed with camel Prada pumps and a striking Furla printed bag in contrast.
In short, the mother of Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia returned to elaborate styles balancing between the historical and the affordable.
The Queen of Spain once again demonstrates her mastery of dressing according to the context without giving up her own personal stamp.