Queen Letizia attends a seminar on Spain and U.S. cooperation

Queen Letizia of Spain attended ''A New Iberoamerican Cooperation" (Una Nueva Cooperacion Iberoamericana) seminar held within the scope of the celebrations marking the 25th anniversary of the Ibero-American Summit at Casa de America ( America's House) on October 10, 2016 in Madrid, Spain.
Queen Letizia wore Felipe Varela dress, and Magrit Snake Leather shoes, and carried Uterque snake handbag
Queen Letizia wore Felipe Varela dress, and Magrit Snake Leather shoes, and carried Uterque snake handbag
Queen Letizia wore Felipe Varela dress, and Magrit Snake Leather shoes, and carried Uterque snake handbag
Queen Letizia wore Felipe Varela dress, and Magrit Snake Leather shoes, and carried Uterque snake handbag
Queen Letizia wore Felipe Varela dress, and Magrit Snake Leather shoes, and carried Uterque snake handbag
Queen Letizia wore Magrit Snake Leather shoesQueen Letiza carried Uterque snake handbag

4 comments:

  1. This suit and its colour suit Letizia to a T. Nice fabric, perfect length. Also, it looks as though Letizia is the only queen/princess in Europe to have her waist in the right spot (right above the iliac crest - not right under the breasts) and whose clothes actually fit. This one is a keeper!

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  2. Hmmmm... Looks ok, but remove the belt and the upper little pockets and it's a stunner.
    I agree Shellsea, her waistline is where her waist is, whilst I also noticed some/most of the princesses/queens wear dresses with a tiny bit strangely high waistlines.

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    1. Yes, you may be right about the upper pockets, but then I would remove the shoulder thingies as well. Keep the belt though...

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  3. Precioso traje, absolutamente chic. El cinturón y los adornos dorados dan el contraste que el color blanco necesita. Gran elección de zapatos, maquillaje y peinado.

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