Queen Letizia visited the National Library of Madrid on Wednesday to attend the exhibition ‘Nebrija. ‘The pride of being a grammarian’ ‘Grammaticus Nomen est Professionis”’, as part of the activities for the V centenary of the death of Elio Antonio de Nebrija.
For the occasion, the Queen has recovered one of her most charismatic dresses, the confetti print dress by Massimo Dutti, which she premiered in 2019 during her official trip to South Korea.
Queen Letizia in a confetti print dress by Massimo Dutti
The confetti print dress by Massimo Dutti is a design made in navy blue chiffon, with midi cut and asymmetrical skirt, puffed sleeves and very flattering teardrop neckline.
The multicolored confetti effect print is one of the features that has made this dress become one of the favorites of Queen Letizia.
The Spanish Consort has combined the dress with simple russet-colored pumps to match the Magrit handbag. As for jewelry, the Queen has chosen Gold & Roses triple hoop earrings in rose gold and diamonds, and her new talisman, the Coreterno ring.
Since she debuted the Massimo Dutti confetti print dress in 2019, Queen Letizia has worn it five times, demonstrating her taste for versatile and sustainable garments.