Queen Letizia of Spain embraced color symbolism in her fashion choice for a striking World Mental Health Day event this Tuesday.
Dressed in green, a color closely linked to mental health awareness, the Queen delivered an emotional speech on the urgent need to promote mental health.
Queen Letizia in green dress on World Mental Health Day
For the October 10 occasion, Queen Letizia recycled a green midi dress by Sandro Paris in a paisley print with medallion motifs.
The dress incorporated multiple shades of green in its print.
For many, green is associated with mental health, as it represents renewal, growth, and balance between the mind and emotions.
Letizia made a conscious sartorial choice in choosing this dress in a color so closely related to the significance of the event.
This was the seventh time the Queen has worn the Sandro dress since she debuted it in 2018.
The flowing sleeves, crossover neckline, and vaporous skirt make it one of Letizia’s reliable basics.
The mother of Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia combined the dress with classic black accessories, such as black leather slingbacks by Carolina Herrera and a Victoria Insignia handbag, also from CH.
She also wore significant jewelry such as her Gold & Roses dagger earrings and Coreterno ring.
Queen Letizia dedicated to Mental Health
In her speech, the Queen emphasized the urgent need to ensure mental health as a universal right, aligning with her stylistic message of support through her symbolic green dress.
Letizia led her advocacy as a UNICEF ambassador for child and adolescent mental health. Her heartfelt words were complemented by a thoughtful choice of green styling.