Queen Letizia attends annual meeting of Cervantes Institute

Queen Letizia of Spain attended the annual meeting of Cervantes Institutes with directors of Cervantes Institutes at St Petersburg Russian Art Museum (Colección del Museo Ruso San Petersburgo Málaga) in Malaga, Spain on July 24, 2017. Queen Letizia wore a red Plissé dress by Nina Ricci.
Queen Letizia wore NINA RICCI Plissé dress and carried a red Carolina Herrera animal print clutch bag
Queen Letizia wore NINA RICCI Plissé dress and carried a red Carolina Herrera animal print clutch bag
Queen Letizia wore NINA RICCI Plissé dress and carried a red Carolina Herrera animal print clutch bag
Queen Letizia wore NINA RICCI Plissé dress and carried a red Carolina Herrera animal print clutch bag
Queen Letizia wore NINA RICCI Plissé dress and carried a red Carolina Herrera animal print clutch bag
Queen Letizia wore NINA RICCI Plissé dress and carried a red Carolina Herrera animal print clutch bag
Queen Letizia wore NINA RICCI Plissé dress
NINA RICCI Plissé dress
Queen Letizia and carried a red Carolina Herrera animal print clutch bag
Carolina Herrera animal print clutch bag

21 comments:

  1. The red colour is striking, and I like the shoes very much! (no nudes here;). But I'm not a fan of the wrinkled, "in folds"(?)layered dress. But maybe it looks better in nature than on a picture...

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  2. I like the dress and accessories - she always looks good in red. I would like her hair a little shorter.

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  3. A rare miss for me. Fabric looks sad, saggy and confused. I like the color--Letizia looks terrific in red.

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  4. Two ladies in red. Gorgeous!

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  5. Precioso el vestido rojo que estrenó para recibir a Mrs Obama; se ve cómodo y fresco. Los zapatos son divinos.

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  6. I'm inclined to agree with Rainha Leonor and Pine - the folds/wrinkles do not look good, especially on the bodice. It seems somehow ill-fitting and looks better on the model, which is extremely rare for anything Letizia wears.

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  7. I prefer the other lady in red, more volume, more normal shapes. Sorry, Letizia, please gain more weight. It is really better for you and for others who see you as a role model.

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    1. What a rude, judgmental, and misinformed comment. People come in all shapes and sizes, and belittling a public person behind your anonymity is just a reflection of you, if you are a proponent of role models I would advise to look for them at home, and maybe practice what you preach, instead of bullying a woman because of her size.

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    2. It's common knowledge that Letizia has problems: she starves herself (it runs in the family) and she dresses like a pre-teen. too bad she can't grow up.... Besides, she set herself up for public comments (and criticisms) when she married the future King of Spain.....

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    3. Cherry Blossom, you're pretty rude, judgemental and misinformed yourself. Everyone on this board has a right to their opinion!

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    4. Why do you call yourself "shewhoknows" and then write something like "starving oneself runs in Letizias family" and "she dresses like a pre-teen"? You obviously don't know anything.

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    5. Like I said, we're all entitled to our opinion, thank goodness for free speech....

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    6. Again you proof that you don't know anything. Something like "starving oneself runs in her family" is not an opinion. You mistake - well, lets be polite and call it inappropriate speculations about the mental health of people you never will meet - for "free speech". Your wrong.

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  8. Not one of Letizia's best looks in my opinion.

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  9. I like the way the dress makes her a little bit heavier.

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  10. So I commented here before that Kate's posture is not great and she should make an effort to improve it, as it takes away from the overall impression she makes. Now, looking looking at these pictures of Letizia, I can also say that trying too hard is not that flattering after all. She really pushes her back into unhealthy positions by overarching (which wearing those levels of heels does it anyway, but she makes extra effort to straighten up her shoulders, possibly because she has a rather flat chest and is compensating).

    On the outfit side, good colour, well coordinated accessories (maybe a little too well?) - but nothing extraordinary (which may very well be by design, she doesn't always have to steal the limelight).

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  11. I find myself in complete disagreement with most of the opinions made above. It seems that some people scrutinise Quen Letizia trying to find something wrong in her, any error real or imagined, and when they fail to do so their impotence lead them into foul play and defamation. Slander is usually the result of ignorance, and some people do not hesitate to repeat lies. I think that's in very bad taste, extremely regrettable…and really boring.
    Besides,it fails of its essential purpose, because the conclusion is that she must be really excellent when she causes so much “irritation”.
    Shehowknows, Queen Letizia was named FAO Special Ambassador for Nutrition, in Rome 2015, http://www.fao.org/news/story/en/item/293476/icode/. FAO is a reputable organization, she will never be appointed if “she starves herself “, as you said. She is a a wonderful mother, as demonstrated by her beautiful and well-educated daughters, protected from the press and public curiosity.
    Returning to fashion, I find this dress very refined because the crinkle- effect reminds a Fortuny’s Delphos dress http://www.edwardianpromenade.com/fashion/fortunys-delphos-gown-2/
    Sandals are very original and suggestive above all for the shape of the heel. Queen Letizia can wear sandals because she has beautiful and not very big feet. I have seen recently ladys in this blog with very, very big feet, wearing sandals. This is not advisable because it seems scuba fins, and the effect is rather artificial.

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