King Felipe's and Queen Letizia's visit to San Antonio, Texas

King Felipe VI of Spain and Queen Letizia of Spain came to San Antonio city of Texas state, which celebrates 300th anniversary of its establishment. The city was established in 1718 by the Spanish mission. On June 17, 2018, the King and the Queen were welcomed by a ceremony held at the Spanish Governor's Palace and the city key of San Antonio was presented to the King and the Queen. Afterwards, the King and the Queen visited Mission San José, together with San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg.
San Antonio city of Texas state, celebrates 300th anniversary of its establishment. Mayor Ron Nirenberg. Queen Letizia wore LODI pumps
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia came to San Antonio city of Texas state, which celebrates 300th anniversary of its establishment. Mayor Ron Nirenberg
San Antonio city of Texas state, celebrates 300th anniversary of its establishment. Mayor Ron Nirenberg. Queen Letizia wore LODI pumps
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia came to San Antonio city of Texas state, which celebrates 300th anniversary of its establishment. Mayor Ron Nirenberg
San Antonio city of Texas state, celebrates 300th anniversary of its establishment. Mayor Ron Nirenberg. Queen Letizia wore LODI pumps
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia came to San Antonio city of Texas state, which celebrates 300th anniversary of its establishment. Mayor Ron Nirenberg
San Antonio city of Texas state, celebrates 300th anniversary of its establishment. Mayor Ron Nirenberg. Queen Letizia wore LODI pumps
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia came to San Antonio city of Texas state, which celebrates 300th anniversary of its establishment. Mayor Ron Nirenberg
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia came to San Antonio city of Texas state, which celebrates 300th anniversary of its establishment. Mayor Ron Nirenberg
San Antonio city of Texas state, celebrates 300th anniversary of its establishment. Mayor Ron Nirenberg. Queen Letizia wore LODI pumps
In the evening, King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain attended an official dinner in San Antonio
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain attended an official dinner
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain attended an official dinner
Queen Letizia wore Carolina Herrera Dress - Fall 2017 Collection
Carolina Herrera Dress - Fall 2017 Collection

34 comments:

  1. Lovely. Very pretty dress and love the accessories.

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  2. Queen Letizia, wears a very beautiful dress which fit on her very well.

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  3. Dear King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain, please take a safe trip in US.

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  4. Today's dress is simple but still elegant. Maybe just a hair to tight,her shoes and bag are a nice match. Enjoy your stay in the USA. Looking forward to Tuesday for a meet and greet at the White House. Letizia and Melania are Style Icon's in their own rights.

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  5. Please let the current show-off trend of too-tight clothing be over soon. Women who love to dress like that fail to realize that being too tight squishes their boobs and makes them look smaller. But too-tight and sleeveless is what Letizia loves.

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    1. Yep, too tight and sleeveless, Letizia's go-to ...Can't blame her for showing off her figure, but you hit the nail on the head!

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    2. This is a lovely dress that is simple yet elegant. It is established that Letizia favors a minimalist construction with clean lines that can be worn repeatedly. Today's dress is fitted at the top and is no surprise because she has several with the same look but in different colors. There seems to be a certain fixation with how her boobs look in clothing. She is a woman, there is no way to hide them. Take another look at the mayor of NO. Finally, we all know when the trip will end.

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    3. I totally agree. Most of what she wears is too tight. I´m all for tailored and fitted, but her outfits often look like they are too tight for breathing, sometimes even showing her ribs, and that´s when it´s gone too far. I don´t mind the sleeveless look, and it makes sense in hot climates, but the skin-tight outfits together with the bare arms make for too much focus on her shape (which is great obviously, plus great poise), but shouldn´t be the focus, especially with daywear.

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    4. In Spain we dress like that, sleeves and a bit tight...

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    5. No nos comparéis con los británicos, en España hace calor y vamos muy escotadas, la reina va muy recatada en realidad..Un buen vestido de señora debe de ser ceñido y femenino..

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    6. Sleeveless, I meant..

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    7. En España a las mujeres nos gusta ser el centro de atención, es otra cultura, el recato para las monjas..

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    8. Anonymous 5.51 the only person mentioning the British Royal Family is you.

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    9. Yo no he dicho nada de la "royal family" a quien no conozco, he dicho las britanicos...nada de royal, la gente normal, que obsesión con lo royal!!

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    10. Geez Louise - aggressive much Anonymous 10.50?

      I do apologise for misreading your comment about the British (although I think I could be forgiven for thinking you were referring to them as 1. We are talking about the Queen of Spain 2. This is a blog about Royal fashion.

      But yes, I can see why that would lead you to believe that I'm "obsessed with lo royal".

      And to return to my original point - you're the only person who mentioned the British so there are no comparisons...

      And I don't see what comparisons with the British have to do with the price of fish.

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    11. Franny mi comentario no era agresivo, al menos no suena así en español, no fué mi intención.
      Lo que yo quería decir es que lo estáis analizado bajo el prisma Anglo-saxon, no el español y la cultura, sobre todo de la moda en las mujeres es totalmente diferente..
      Probablemente el sentido se pierde con la traducción..
      Un saludo.

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    12. Anonymous 9.32 - then I apologise for my aggressive reply :-)

      But I'm not looking at from a British perspective - I think she looks fabulous and I'm loving her outfits on this trip, I think they're elegant and perfect for the weather where they are. The only one I wasn't sure about was the first pink one because I thought it made her chest look a bit pointy and I could see her ribs.

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    13. Ok Franny, maybe you are right, she has put weight lately... she might need a larger size...
      Regards Anon 9:32

      Ps: I'm trying in English.. it's not good, sorry.

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  6. As as hot as it is in the American South, being sleeveless is smart! Pity the men with their long sleeve shirts and pants with a coat and tie - they look great but you know they are burning up outside. I don't think this red dress is too tight at all; I really like it!

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    1. In Spain in summer women don't wear sleeves...only in her 80s...

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  7. Very pretty dress, fits well, perfect for Texas, in the 90s today! So cute shoes!!

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  8. I don't think her dress is too tight. Form fitting maybe, but she has the figure to carry it off. Love the pattern and cut of the dress. She is my favorite Roayl.

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  9. No entiendo dónde ven que el vestido de la Reina esté demasiado apretado si no se ve ni una sola arruga. Yo lo encuentro perfecto, sencillo, elegante, de líneas puras y un estampado exquisito. Los zapatos son Di-VI-NOS.

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    1. Totalmente de acuerdo, es ideal..

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  10. She looks very pretty in both NOLA and San Antonio. She looks happy and relaxed.

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  11. Wunderschön - das Kleid ist hübsch, hat ein angemessenes Dekolleté und die PERFEKTE Länge. Die Accessoires sind ausgezeichnet gewählt.

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  12. Really like both dresses. She looks great!

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  13. Wow, the black and white 3 tired dress is fantastic the makeup jewelry and everything is a perfect 10 out of 10.

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  14. Très,très beau couple, si élégants !

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  15. Très, très beau couple, si élégants!

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  16. LOVE the black and white dress with the tiered skirt and the silver shoes. Hair styled up with the front swept to the side is so flattering on her. Beautiful!

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  17. The second black and white dress is glorious - I think it has just gone to the top of my favourite Letizia looks.

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  18. Beautiful dress and beautiful hair for the official dinner. I like Letizia's version of the dress better than the version on the runway model; solid bodice, 1st layer of the skirt shorter and same level as the hips.

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