Queen Letizia visited the Aviles town in Asturias

On June 20, 2017, Queen Letizia of Spain visited the town of Aviles in Asturias, northern Spain. The Queen met with the teachers and students who took part in last year's cultural program developed by the Princess of Asturias Foundation.
Queen Letizia wore Dutti Trousers, Carolina Herrera red satin blouse, and Mango perforated design sandals. carried Uterque snakeskin clutch (Summer 2013 collection)
Queen Letizia wore Dutti Trousers, Carolina Herrera red satin blouse, and Mango perforated design sandals. carried Uterque snakeskin clutch (Summer 2013 collection)
Queen Letizia wore Dutti Trousers, Carolina Herrera red satin blouse, and Mango perforated design sandals. carried Uterque snakeskin clutch (Summer 2013 collection)
Queen Letizia wore Dutti Trousers, Carolina Herrera red satin blouse, and Mango perforated design sandals. carried Uterque snakeskin clutch (Summer 2013 collection)
Queen Letizia wore Dutti Trousers, Carolina Herrera red satin blouse, and Mango perforated design sandals. carried Uterque snakeskin clutch (Summer 2013 collection)
Queen Letizia wore Dutti Trousers, Carolina Herrera red satin blouse, and Mango perforated design sandals. carried Uterque snakeskin clutch (Summer 2013 collection)
Queen Letizia wore Dutti Trousers, Carolina Herrera red satin blouse, and Mango perforated design sandals. carried Uterque snakeskin clutch (Summer 2013 collection)
Queen Letizia wore Dutti Trousers, Carolina Herrera red satin blouse, and Mango perforated design sandals. carried Uterque snakeskin clutch (Summer 2013 collection)
Queen Letizia wore Dutti Trousers, Carolina Herrera red satin blouse, and Mango perforated design sandals. carried Uterque snakeskin clutch (Summer 2013 collection)
Queen Letizia wore Dutti Trousers, Carolina Herrera red satin blouse, and Mango perforated design sandals. carried Uterque snakeskin clutch (Summer 2013 collection)
Queen Letizia wore Dutti Trousers, Carolina Herrera red satin blouse, and Mango perforated design sandals. carried Uterque snakeskin clutch (Summer 2013 collection)
Queen Letizia wore Dutti Trousers, Carolina Herrera red satin blouse, and Mango perforated design sandals. carried Uterque snakeskin clutch (Summer 2013 collection)
Queen Letizia wore Dutti Trousers, Carolina Herrera red satin blouse, and Mango perforated design sandals. carried Uterque snakeskin clutch (Summer 2013 collection)
Queen Letizia wore Massimo Dutti Trousers, Carolina Herrera red satin blouse, and Mango perforated design sandals. carried Uterque snakeskin clutch (Summer 2013 collection)
Queen Letizia wore Dutti Trousers, Carolina Herrera red satin blouse, and Mango perforated design sandals. carried Uterque snakeskin clutch (Summer 2013 collection)
Queen Letizia wore Carolina Herrera Silk Sleeveless Top
Carolina Herrera Silk Sleeveless Top
Queen Letizia wore Massimo Dutti Trousers
Massimo Dutti Trousers
Queen Letizia carried Uterque snakeskin clutch from Summer 2013 collectionQueen Letizia wore mango perforated design sandals
                             Uterque Snakeskin Clutch                                            Mango Sandals

26 comments:

  1. I think the shoes are over-the-top and too much of an attention grabber for an event at a school.
    She looks good apart from that.

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  2. A regal look and beavior comes from inside. Those shoes does not help her much.

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    1. I agree. Working with short students, she might just tip over! Seriously!

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    2. Allow me to remark that you contradict yourself: if a regal look and behaviour come from inside, it's indifferent if you wear sandals, boots, slippers, high heels or flip-flops. Shoes can not change your inner self.

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    3. But they can prove you're overly focused on the outside. Which I believe is the point here. Too flashy and showy

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  3. Simone? I think, she looks stunning again, from head to toe!!

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  4. The high neck on her blouse is too severe and businesslike. But the shoes scream, "take me to the disco." And honestly, she needs to have some curves to wear those pants. They are not flattering. Because she is so thin she should wear things that give her more definition like ruffles and patterns, horizontal stripes. Imo, this is a miss.

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  5. I liked in in the first two photos, until I saw the shoes and that the trousers are not full length like I had imagined.

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    1. Vanessa, I had the same reaction. Lately her outfits go from a ten at the neck to a zero at the feet. I too, imagined a nice, full length, wider-legged trouser -- sort of a dressy sailor pant, if you will. And was thoroughly disappointed to see the cropped ankle, showcasing those awful shoes! What is with these shoes of hers lately??

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    2. That´s exactly what I had imagined - that exact sort of trousers. And I know she has a pair of that sort. Would have looked good, even with red sandals (but not those!).

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  6. NOt her best choice. Low heeled simple shoes would have been far better for a school event and I can think of so many things she's worn in the past that would looked so much nicer on her and fit the occasion more.

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  7. The pants are too short and too tight, the shoes way over the top. Her hair needs some styling. To me she doesn't look very queenly in this get up.

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  8. Strange choice of shoes lately. I like an edgy look but these shoes look cheap or even raffish. And why does it always have to be High Heels with these Royal Ladies, even for outdoor events in the nature or when visiting a hospital or a school?

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  9. Ok I'm just going to be blatantly honest. In my opinion some of Letezia's heels look like "working girl" heels if you catch my drift.
    She just recently started wearing these certain type of heels and a few of them look a bit unclassy for such a classy woman like Letezia.
    I actually like that Letezia is one of a very few who wears different types of shoes. God knows how much I loathe seeing all these royal women wear the exact same type of nude, black or suede pumps. But in my opinion some of Letezia's look a bit cheap.

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    1. They look cheap because they are cheap. These ones in particular. Remember she was a TV anchor.

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    2. Liv, this is tough. :( AND: she is a faboulous Queen, doing her job very well. What is YOUR job or has been?

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  10. I like this outfit - it's sleek and crisp and I like the shoes as well. My only minor thing is that I prefer her hair a bit shorter.

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  11. Chelsea, your comment about the shoes is very insulting, not only for the queen but for every woman wearing stilettos or daring shoes, it does not make us look like "working girls " as you put it, anymore than wearing flats make us look like a nuns... such a sexist remark is totally out of place

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    1. Oh please Cherry Blossom, I'm not insulting every woman who wears high heels.
      I don't like Letezia's shoe choices lately, they look cheap to me.
      Mango is a high street brand, so that's partly the reason why they look like that to me.
      Stop looking for a reason to be insulted.
      My comment was in no way sexist.
      There is a way to wear stilettos and look classy doing it. In my opinion Letezia's don't look good.

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    2. I like the outfit but would have preferred ivory or grey slacks. This style of shoe is popular now. I think the upper would look better on a wedge heel however. Cherry Blossom is this blog's new enforcer; she always has something nice to say ;) ~Unknown

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    3. I´m with Chelsea here - I have the exact same feeling about that sort of shoe. Definitely a cheap look, and I´m not sure whether those shoes can look classy at all. I am not a fan or wearer of stilettos myself, but I´ve seen plenty of examples of sexy shoes that were classy at the same time. These are not one of them.
      (And that´s not an insult to anyone. That´s just a strong dislike of a shoe type because of the vibe I get from them.)

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  12. Unknown, there is no enforcing here, personally I find that using the term " working girl" to describe a pair of shoes is demeaning, period. It is OK if you are fine with the language, I am not, and Chelsea is entitled to use it as her discretion, and by the same token I am within my rights in finding the comment distasteful, it is that simple.

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  13. I have never been a fan of cropped pants with heels, and these dreadful shoes only confirm my belief. This ensemble would have looked fantastic with a pair of red ballet flats.

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  14. La reina Letizia tiene un aspecto veraniego y precioso. Muy bonita la combinación blanco/rojo. Sandalias frescas y divertidas, absténganse nonagenarias...

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  15. I find this candy cane look chic and fresh. The red sleeveless blouse is by CH Carolina Herrera. I have no problems with the summer sandals, she offset with her white clutch, giving an original and contemporary touch to a simple, straight look. This type of design doesn't differ much from any collection of Louboutin, Alexander McQueen, Blahnik or Jimmy Choo. These sandals in particular reminds me “Buttefly Cut out” by Giuseppe Zanotti, 2013. The woven strips of hide resemble a butterfly's wings. That's not exactly “chep”and neither are the diamond earrings. Figure perfect, as always.

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