Queen Letizia and King Felipe Deliver FPdGi2017 Awards

King Felipe VI of Spain and Queen Letizia of Spain attend the 'Princesa de Girona Foundation' (FPdGi - Fundación Princesa de Girona) awards ceremony held at the Girona Conference Centre (Palacio de Congressos de Girona) on June 29, 2017 in Girona, Spain. Queen Letizia wore a white Jumpsuit by Massimo Dutti.
Queen Letizia wore Massimo Dutti White Jumpsuit and Magrit Sandals, carried Magrit clutch bag, coolook earrings
Queen Letizia wore Massimo Dutti White Jumpsuit and Magrit Sandals, carried Magrit clutch bag, coolook earrings
Queen Letizia wore Massimo Dutti White Jumpsuit and Magrit Sandals, carried Magrit clutch bag, coolook earrings
Queen Letizia wore Massimo Dutti White Jumpsuit and Magrit Sandals, carried Magrit clutch bag, coolook earrings
Queen Letizia wore Massimo Dutti White Jumpsuit and Magrit Sandals, carried Magrit clutch bag, coolook earrings
Queen Letizia wore Massimo Dutti White Jumpsuit and Magrit Sandals, carried Magrit clutch bag, coolook earrings
Queen Letizia wore Massimo Dutti White Jumpsuit and Magrit Sandals, carried Magrit clutch bag, coolook earrings
Queen Letizia wore Massimo Dutti White Jumpsuit and Magrit Sandals, carried Magrit clutch bag, coolook earrings
Queen Letizia wore Massimo Dutti White Jumpsuit and Magrit Sandals, carried Magrit clutch bag, coolook earrings
Queen Letizia wore Massimo Dutti White Jumpsuit
Massimo Dutti Jumpsuit

20 comments:

  1. Chic and classy. Fantastic jewels: Yanes earrings and Cartier brackets.

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  2. NO, no, no. Not elegant, not regal. This is pyjamas territory.
    Jumpsuits never look good, especially once you´ve sat down.
    The lady in the blue dress looks nice.

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    1. Is the "Lady in Blue" Letizia's Assistant/Lady in waiting? I noticed her several times on photoshoots, always very chic!!-
      The King looks perfect again. Some gentlemen of other Royal Houses around Europe could learn a bit about "style" from Felipe :).-
      About the Queen: this outfit is fresh and cool for summer days, but better on a shady terrace with a cool drink in the hand than to that appointment today. (Just my humble opinion...)

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    2. She is too skinny in the arms and shoulders to wear sleeveless clothes, in my opinion, and the pony tail is not suited to her age nor the occasion.

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    3. Gabriella, someone told me a few days ago, that's "bodyshaming", when I wrote, 5kg more on Letizia would look nice on her... So, just be careful. Nowadays it is risky to talk - although friendly meant - about weight, arms and so on, ha ha. ;)!

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    4. "The lady in blue" is the Spanish Minister for Health Dolors Montserrat.
      As for Letizia, she made a big fashion misstep by wearing Cartier diamond bracelets with a Massimo Dutti jumpsuit.

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    5. Rainha Leonor,the "Lady in Blue" is Dolors Montserrat, Minister of Health and Social Affairs (may be this is a bad translation, excuse me). That's why we can ser her very often with the Queen.

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    6. The lady in blue is the Minister of Health

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    7. Rainha Leonor, it is much more risky to say something about "bone structure"...

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  3. The silvery accessories really raise the jumpsuit to a dressy outfit, very nicely done.

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  4. Fantastic!! Modern and chic. Love the silver accessories and the Cartier bracelets. Hair right on point.

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  5. I'm a bit on the fence with this outfit. She looks great but maybe it's too casual for the occasion...

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  6. She always wore black for this event. All in white this year, but the outfit doesn't seem appropriate for the occassion. I wonder when they are going to bring their daughter Leonor to the awards event, as she is the princess of Girona.

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  7. Muy guapa, veraniega y juvenil. Una gran idea mezclar la ropa Massimo Dutti con las históricas pulseras de la reina Victoria Eugenia.

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  8. I like that Queen Letitia breaks the fashion rules. She is a modern Queen and modern women wear pants, at least we can relate to her style.

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  9. Outside Fashion: Thank you Ladies, for the explanations! The Minister of Health in Spain is a'n attractive Lady. For her outfit she could come straight from the court.:) Nothing about political agendas here...

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  10. I think she looks fabulous - love the jumpsuit and it's cool and summery. Mixed with the wonderful jewellery, it's a win for me.

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