Queen Letizia of Spain Has a Posh Alternative to a Summer …
June 28, 2018 - shirtdresses
Queen Letizia of Spain has had a bustling start to summer. Last week saw her revisit a United States with her husband, King Felipe VI, on a debate of former Spanish colonies in jubilee of their 300th anniversary, and she met with Melania Trump during a White House (in a Michael Kors dress formerly sported in another tone by a American First Lady).
Today in Benidorm, Spain, Her Majesty took a opposite hook with her wardrobe, heading a jubilee for International Deafblind Day in a scrupulous choice to a shirtdress that took cocktail sauce into daytime.
Queen Letizia mostly gravitates towards tailored top-and-skirt combos—to hail a President and First Lady of Ukraine she opted for florals, for a Banco Santander Social Projects Awards it was a tone retard Boss leather skirt—but today’s proceed was some-more dressed adult than usual.
Her Majesty’s collared tip featured an superb ribbon fact in perfect organza to contrariety against, and elevate, a frail string base. A tulip-silhouette dress featured a cummerbund-like tip for waist clarification and a spirit of formality. Simple suede stilettos were a royal finishing touch.
See this week’s best dressed celebrities:
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex
What: Oscar de la Renta
Where: At a marriage of Celia McCorquodale, Stoke Rochford
When: Jun 16, 2018
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