Queen Letizia has once again surprised by taking out a new piece from her closet: a fuchsia shirt dress with long sleeves and a suggestive front opening, designed by Roberto Verino.
The garment, made of rigid silk taffeta with a shirt collar and a double buttoning, has been chosen by the consort to preside over the official ceremony for the World Day for Rare Diseases in Santiago de Compostela.
Letizia has gathered the sleeves and added a belt of the same fabric to enhance her silhouette. This piece is available on the Spanish designer’s website for 395 euros, about 419 US dollars approximately.
The shirt dress, Queen Letizia’s favorite garment for spring
Fuchsia has become the queen’s favorite color, as it suits her wonderfully. As for accessories, Letizia has opted for a pair of heeled pumps in pink by Carolina Herrera. As for jewelry, she wore diamond, white gold and emerald earrings by Gold & Roses and a ring by Coreterno.
The shirt dress is one of the alternatives when the weather is good, it is elegant, rejuvenating and easy to combine. This garment has become one of the queen’s favorites.
The model promises to be a bestseller for spring and has been very well received by fashion experts, who highlight its impeccable cut and use of color. In addition, the fact that the queen has chosen it for an official act is an important boost for the brand. With this premiere, Letizia has once again demonstrated why she is considered one of the best dressed royals in the world.