Queen Letizia of Spain in 2018 - Style and Fashion

Queen Letizia was eye-catching in 2018 with her slimness and feminine style. Queen Letizia who likes to wear same classical clothes again and again made additions to her wardrobe in 2018. Hugo Boss, Carolina Herrera, Felipe Varela and Massimo Dutti are firm fixtures in Queen Letizia’s wardrobe. Some outfits worn by Queen Letizia in 2018.
Queen Letizia wore a blue dress by Italian luxury brand Bottega Veneta
On March 2, 2018, Queen Letizia attended the Presentation of the project 'Digitized' a program that will serve to boost the digital literacy of women living in rural areas at the Reyes Catolicos Hotel in Santiago de Compostela. The Queen wore a blue dress by Italian luxury brand Bottega Veneta.
Queen Letizia wore a white dress by Pedro del Hierro
On May 17, 2018, Queen Letizia of Spain attended the Final of the scientific monologue contest 'FameLab Spain 2018' at Galileo Galilei in Madrid. The Queen wore a white dress by Pedro del Hierro.
Queen Letizia wore a white and black polka-dot printed frock by Carolina Herrera
Queen Letizia wore a chic floral printed jumpsuit by Uterque
On May 20, 2018, Queen Letizia visited the Dominican Republic to see on site the projects implemented with the cooperation of Spain. The Queen attended a lunch at Presidential Palace in Santo Domingo, hosted by President Danilo Medina and First Lady Cándida Montilla. The Queen wore a white and black polka-dot printed frock by Carolina Herrera. On the second day of her working visit to Dominican Republic, Queen Letizia wore a chic floral printed jumpsuit by Uterque.
Queen Letizia wore an ecru wrap dress by Adolfo Dominguez
On July 12, 2018, Queen Letizia attended an Audience to a representation of the Confederation Asperger Spain at Zarzuela Palace in Madrid. The Queen wore an ecru wrap dress by Adolfo Dominguez.
Queen Letizia wore a pleated dress by Massimo Dutti
On September 18, 2018, Queen Letizia visited Salamanca University and attended celebrations of 30th anniversary of signing of "Magna Charta Universitatum" which approved the freedom of research and education. The Queen wore a pleated dress by Massimo Dutti.
Queen Letizia wore a flower-detail one-shoulder pencil dress by Delpozo
On October 5, 2018, Queen Letizia visited "Miró, la couleur de mes rêves" exhibition including the works of Spanish painter Joan Miró at the Grand Palais in Paris. The Queen wore a flower-detail one-shoulder pencil dress by Delpozo (First worn in December 2017).
Queen Letizia wore a floral midi dress by Asos Design
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia welcomed President Xi Jinping of China and his wife Peng Liyuan. Following the ceremony, The Queen together with the First Lady Peng Liyuan, visited the Royal Theater of Madrid. The Queen wore a floral midi dress by Asos Design. ($119)
Queen Letizia wore a scarf print dress by Sandro Paris
On December 13, 2018, Queen Letizia attended the 2nd International Congress: 'The voice of the Rural Women in the World' at Auditorium Hotel in Madrid. The Queen wore a scarf print dress by Sandro Paris. ($360)

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  1. Very lovely dresses some more so then others. Happy New Year everyone.

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  2. There are a couple of things that I love about Q. Letitia’s style - one is the impeccable fit of her garments, and the other is the variety of designers that she chooses, from affordable brands right up to couture. There’s a real sense here of a modern, hard working royal who dresses well for the occasion.

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    1. Absolutely agree - I also like that she repeats items. Very rarely do I dislike something she wears - and if I do it's still nice to see her enjoying clothes and trying out different looks.

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    2. Agree, unrivaled.

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    3. Totally agree much to learn from her.

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  3. Five + Favourite Letizia outfits in 2018
    5. Pink CH worn in New Orleans that showed off her wasp waist.
    4. CH and Matildo linares. Excellent fit and flare.
    3. White outfit by Pedro del Hierro worn to Famelab: White CH pantsuit worn to event at the Royal Palace
    2. The work of art by Varela for the Princess of Asturias awards.
    1. Blue jumpsuit by PdH worn to the Teatro Real. The drama, the jewels....
    *Special mention for the total red of Arco.
    According to some publications she spent less than 60 thousand euros for about 150 appearances, and still managed to look chic, well put together, and make some of the best dressed lists. Well done!.. by someone who as queen functions within a limited scope that has nothing to do with her dreams or doctoral studies.
    Renewed confidence, and good fortune in 2019!

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    1. Generally love Queen Letizia's style--she always looks groomed, chic, elegant, smart--even when off duty. It's great that she tries our new designers and new styles but some of the ones shown here are among my least favourites of the year :-(
      I like the Asos floral print --affordable chic and the Bottega Veneta--I know it's navy but it's such a great shape as well as the two polka dot dresses. If the Adolfo Dominguez dress wan't such a meh colour, I like the style.

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    2. I can say she is my favorite, fashion-wise. She rarely has a miss, and even what I would consider a miss isn't too bad. I look forward to another year of fashion from her.

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  4. J'aime le style de la reine Letizia. Elle s’habille de façon simple et moderne pour le job, mais au bon moment, elle est aussi glamour que d’autres royals.

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  5. Me gustan todos. Y ella gasto poco en ropa. Es perfecta

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