Queen Letizia attends the Red Cross Fundraising Day

Queen Letizia of Spain attended the Red Cross fundraising Day and the 'Little Flag Day' (Dia de la Banderita) at the Red Cross headquarters on October 5, 2016 in Madrid, Spain. During the little flag day volunteers from all over Spain raise money on the streets for the Red Cross. Queen wore Uterqüe Button Culottes
Queen Letizia at Red Cross charity Day. Queen wore Hugo Boss blouse, Hugo Boss red trousers, Adolfo Dominguez clutch, Mango shoes
Queen Letizia at Red Cross charity Day. Queen wore Hugo Boss blouse, Hugo Boss red trousers, Adolfo Dominguez clutch, Mango shoes
Queen Letizia at Red Cross charity Day. Queen wore Hugo Boss blouse, Hugo Boss red trousers, Adolfo Dominguez clutch, Mango shoes
Queen Letizia at Red Cross charity Day. Queen wore Hugo Boss blouse, Hugo Boss red trousers, Adolfo Dominguez clutch, Mango shoes
Queen Letizia at Red Cross charity Day. Queen wore Hugo Boss blouse, Hugo Boss red trousers, Adolfo Dominguez clutch, Mango shoes
Queen Letizia wore Uterqüe Button Culottes
Uterqüe Button Culottes
Queen Letizia wore Uterqüe Pumps Escarpins
Uterqüe Pumps

15 comments:

  1. Awful trousers. I cannot understand her love to these short length trousers, they are not becoming at all to her. But I like very much her shoes and earrings.

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  2. El tacon de los zapatos y el peinado la hacen ver vieja...

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  3. Love the entire look...IF only the trousers were longer.

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    1. So true, Diane. Full length trousers would have been perfect. I like that she reflects the organization/event in the choice of colours for her outfit.

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    2. I do too Romana. She is good at doing that often. Shows that she is attentive and interested. I like her ☺

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  4. Imagine how gorgeous that look would have been, if the trousers had been full length, and a pair of Letizia killer heels ! That said, her hair and make up is stunning !

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    1. Agreed for the trousers, but the shoes are ok for me. She was standing for a long time and opted for a pair of comfy, but elegant shoes. Her back and feet will say thank you.

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  5. Está absolutamente radiante con los colores rojo y blanco de la Cruz Roja. Precioso pantalón, blusa, zapatos, peinado, maquillaje, pendientes... PERFECCIÓN.

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  6. 10 points to the hair. The rest not my cup of tea. And getting tired off complaining of these short Pants so glad someone else do 😉 but OMG I do deislike these pants.

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  7. Maybe I am the only one, but I like these short pants from time to time. and I like her shoes too. It is a refreshing change to those so often seen lady style pants with narrow legs and ankle length combined with killer heels. Classic yes, elegant yes, but also boring when you see nothing else.

    And maybe I am the only one again, but I don't like the hair. It is too much of, look, I am still young and sexy - Queen Rania style:-(( Whereas when her hair was shorter and she styled it in curles, this was really classy.

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  8. She has love affair with pants, whether they are too short or too long , wide or slim leg.

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  9. Does she ever eat anything? This is not really a role model for young women.Lovely face and hair.

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    1. Este no es un foro de alimentación, me parece. Letizia es un modelo de reina, comprometida y trabajadora. Eso es lo que importa.

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  10. This outfit does nothing for her. Blouse sleeves too long, I like the color of the pants but not the length, awkward. Her hair looks better when is shorter. Not a good look.

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  11. Love the shoes and the hair, not so much the trousers although the red and white looks fantastic.

    I had heard fashion was cyclic and those shoes certainly prove this to be true, as I am sure my Grandmother owned shoes almost exactly the same but in a different colour.

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