Queen Letizia returned to her commitments in Spain after her state visit to Denmark with a double act together, one alongside King Felipe and then another solo event.
For Tuesday’s event, the queen consort took a risk with the mix of two colors that are usually considered antagonistic: red and pink.
Queen Letizia in a red suit by Carolina Herrera
To inaugurate the exhibition “Picasso 1906” at the Reina Sofia Museum, the mother of Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia, resorted to her closet and rescued a red tailored suit by Carolina Herrera, from the prefall 2019 collection.
It is a jacket with buttons of different tones, both in the central area and in the cuffs of the sleeves and straight-waisted pants.
The Queen combined this piece with pink patent leather shoes from the Italian firm Patrizia Pepe, with fine toes, crossed straps, and wide heels.
She completed her look with white gold and diamond teardrop earrings, which she had already debuted in 2014, and her Coreterno ring.
This bold mix of red and pink, two colors that are usually considered difficult to merge, follows current trends that bet on wearing them together.
The Queen of Spain wore it with great success, bringing a risky touch to her professional look, and demonstrating her ability to innovate with the garments in her closet.
The red suit she chose is almost identical to another green one she owns from the same firm, one of her favorite designers, and which she has already worn on multiple occasions.
With this style, Doña Letizia once again demonstrated that she is not afraid to take risks with her sober and elegant style. Always looking to surprise with fashion details that add a distinctive touch to her classic looks.