Queen Letizia attends Cervantes Institute 25th anniversary

Queen Letizia of Spain attends a meeting with Institute Cervantes directors for the occasion of Cervantes Institute XXV Anniversary at Cervantes Institute Center on July 27, 2016 in Madrid, Spain.
Queen Letizia Hugo Boss print dress, Adolfo Dominguez bags and shoes pumps, sandals, Queen Letizia fashions, style
Queen Letizia Hugo Boss print dress, Adolfo Dominguez bags and shoes pumps, sandals, Queen Letizia fashions, style
Queen Letizia Hugo Boss print dress, Adolfo Dominguez bags and shoes pumps, sandals, Queen Letizia fashions, style
Queen Letizia Hugo Boss print dress, Adolfo Dominguez bags and shoes pumps, sandals, Queen Letizia fashions, style
Queen Letizia Hugo Boss print dress, Adolfo Dominguez bags and shoes pumps, sandals, Queen Letizia fashions, style
Queen Letizia Hugo Boss print dress, Adolfo Dominguez bags and shoes pumps, sandals, Queen Letizia fashions, style
Queen Letizia Hugo Boss print dress, Adolfo Dominguez bags and shoes pumps, sandals, Queen Letizia fashions, style
Queen Letizia Hugo Boss print dress, Adolfo Dominguez bags and shoes pumps, sandals, Queen Letizia fashions, style
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Printed DressQueen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Sandals

12 comments:

  1. No one re-cycles an outfit and shoes quite like Queen Letizia ! And each time she makes it look like it's the 1st time she's worn it ! Looks fresh stylish and new !

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  2. Just wish she could find something with sleeves. Don't like the hemline on the dress, make it look like a tunic and skinny arms are never a good look. And yes Letizia recycle so do others like Mary too, but we have to agree no one as much as Mette and maybe too much, not all of these 10 year old outfits are a ten 😉

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  3. Les chaussures vont bien avec la tenue blanche mais pas du tout avec la robe imprimée ,elles sont trop lourdes pour cette robe trop courte.

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  4. Not sure about those shoes with that light and airy dress - they seem a bit clunky with it.

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  5. Like the dress, but not to that kind of meeting.

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  6. Just can't take to this ensemble. The shoes look beautiful with the white outfit, but not with this tunic/dress. I think the dress/tunic is a bit too short, yet I am normally not conservative. Letizia is as always beautifully groomed, yet something about this whole look just doesn't work for me.

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  7. Too short dress to my taste and her shoulders look bad without sleeves. Earrings are nice.

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  8. As many of the readers here I too find Letizia's arms... well, a bit uncomfortable to look at. Overall, my impression is her physical appearance is no longer healthy. The earrings are very nice, the dress looks ok and the shoes are to die for, though I don't like them with this dress.
    A question: photo n5, what is that greyish thing in her armpit? Is it some kind of armpit padding (for what reason?) or is it just very strange lighting and it's actually her own skin?

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  9. Another meaningful occasion. Accordingly a low key outfit.
    ZL, why? Why? Overall, constant pecking about her arms is uncomfortable to read whenever she 'bares arms'. It is what she has to work with. Let it go. And inspecting her armpit for flaws? Really!!! It's all bagatelle compared to helping to move the country forward.



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