Queen Letizia attended BBVA' Foundation roundtable meeting

On May 23, 2019, Queen Letizia of Spain attended 'Microfinanzas BBVA' Foundation debate at BBVA in Madrid. The Queen has chaired the roundtable, where the current Minister of Economy, Nadia Calviño, BBVA group executive chairman Carlos Torres Vila and BBVAMF CEO Javier M. Flores have also participated. Six exceptional women discussed how valuable an "opportunity" is, in a roundtable chaired by the Queen. (Queen Letizia wore a pleated jumpsuit dress by Zara)
Zara pleated jumpsuit dress with belt from spring summer collection. Queen Letizia wore a pleated jumpsuit by Zara
Zara pleated jumpsuit dress with belt from spring summer collection. Queen Letizia wore a pleated jumpsuit by Zara
Zara pleated jumpsuit dress with belt from spring summer collection. Queen Letizia wore a pleated jumpsuit by Zara
Zara pleated jumpsuit dress with belt from spring summer collection. Queen Letizia wore a pleated jumpsuit by Zara
Zara pleated jumpsuit dress with belt from spring summer collection. Queen Letizia wore a pleated jumpsuit by Zara
Zara pleated jumpsuit dress with belt from spring summer collection. Queen Letizia wore a pleated jumpsuit by Zara
Zara pleated jumpsuit dress with belt from spring summer collection. Queen Letizia wore a pleated jumpsuit by Zara
Zara pleated jumpsuit dress with belt from spring summer collection. Queen Letizia wore a pleated jumpsuit by Zara
Zara pleated jumpsuit dress with belt from spring summer collection. Queen Letizia wore a pleated jumpsuit by Zara
Zara pleated jumpsuit dress with belt from spring summer collection. Queen Letizia wore a pleated jumpsuit by Zara
Zara pleated jumpsuit dress with belt from spring summer collection. Queen Letizia wore a pleated jumpsuit by Zara
Zara pleated jumpsuit dress with belt from spring summer collection. Queen Letizia wore a pleated jumpsuit by Zara
Queen Letizia wore ZARA pleated jumpsuit dress with belt from 2019 SS collection
ZARA Pleated Jumpsuit Dress

25 comments:

  1. Nice jumpsuit, can easily pass for a dress. Letizia gets it right most of the time

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  2. Beautiful Letzia, love everything but not the hair.

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    1. Seriously, I’ll take this over queen Maxima’s hair any day.

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  3. Nice aqua color dress.Letizia looks good. It seem to me her hair is a bit darker.

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    1. What's wrong with the dark hair?? Many people has brunnette or dark hair in the workd and it is gorgeous. I do not like the bottle blondes...

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    2. Dear Anon 11:15. As a brunette who masquerades as a blonde, I am sorry that you do not like me. :-( However, can I please point out that Anon 7:19 merely stated that Letizia's hair was darker without giving any preference? One could infer from the fact that she said Lertizia looks nice that she prefers the darker hair. Why are you so defensive?

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    3. AnnieM, that "anon" repeats the same every time, what did she/he mean?? That's the point.

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  4. Her hair looks beautiful. Funny how the colour of the light changes the colour of her dress. I didn't at first realize that it is a jumpsuit and wondered why the dress was clinging to her legs... :)

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  5. At a first glance I thought it’s a Cefinn dress, and wondered about the optics of it. Sam Cam actually has a very similar style. Then I thought it odd that is so ill fitting on the shoulders, espresso for someone with a perfect posture like Letitia. Then I said to myself ‘this can’t possibly be a Cefinn dress, looks too cheaply tailored (as a manner of speech, really in fact un-tailored would be more... fitting:) , pun intended). And sure enough, it’s a Zara. Not to discount the colour, which I thought is a beautiful one and I certainly don’t mean to disparage Letizia’s ‘Down to Earth’ approach. It’s a clear show of support for the Spanish fashion industry and good for her to give it her royal stamp of approval again. If there’s one thing I certainly admire about her (other than the obviously great figure and above- mentioned posture), it’s her strong willed sartorial choices. She chooses what she likes and whatever she feels like wearing and certainly couldn’t care less what anyone else thinks about it. After all she is the Queen. Needs to respond to no one, and she’s well aware of it. Hats off. To paraphrase Michelle Obama, I am quite sure Letitia has no insecurities nor does she suffer from any ‘imposter syndrome’.

    PS. For those who didn’t get a chance to read Michelle’s book, it’s worth a try. If you read these blogs, something tells me you’ll enjoy it.

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  6. Nice outfit and accenting with black. She is an elegant Queen and has turned stylish over the many years.

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  7. Muy bella Letizia. El mono es barato, sí, pero es bonito y sirve bien al propósito de la reunión del colectivo femenino.
    Me parece perfecto que Letizia haya decidido no ponerse más reflejos en el pelo. ¿Acaso es obligatorio ser "rubia"? Prefiero ver su pelo sano y brillante al cabello estropajo de Máxima o al color irreal de Mette-Marit.

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    1. Respectfully, I don’t agree. I think she looked prettier with Highlights in her hair.

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    2. Respetuosamente también, creo que no se trata de estar "más bonita", sino de cuidar su pelo y su cuero cabelludo. Quizá más adelante vuelva a ponerse mechas si lo considera oportuno.

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  8. I still wonder how in the world a person could spend hours in this garment and get to use a toilet. Do you need someone around to help you undress - or what? Guess I am totally clueless about this.

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    1. Have you heard of zippers?? In fact it is very easy. I find the tights much more tricky, I break all.

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    2. La seule solution est d’enlever la robe avant d’aller aux WC .

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    3. @7:07 Gauche. They have been around for years. Called rollers for children eg.

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    4. Sorry if I am "gauche," but I could see no sign of a reachable zipper (or "rollers?) on a very pretty dress, otherwise. It must be well-hidden. I guess I still have a lot to learn! KH

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    5. The zippers are not seen obviously, they must be hidden. It is a pity that people do not konow a word of sewing these days.

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    6. KH. I do not think you are gauche at all. Last Christmas there were three of us in the toilets trying to assist one of our colleagues out of her jumpsuit so that she could go to the toilet. Admittedly, it was more close fitting than this one :-)

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    7. I have 5 jumpsuits and I have never been assisted...you are a bit odd..

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  9. This dress/mono has been worn before. It photographs well but it's a little disappointing that she chose it for this meeting. Still, as an adult she is allowed to choose her own clothes.If Cefinn is not Spanish that becomes a hurdle. @ 5:33 fashion choices as Queen is a strange parallel with impostor syndrome. She does not have the option of hiding,(as an impostor would). The hits or misses are what make her interesting as person, and life does go on after these events.

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    1. She is supporting Amancio Ortega, because it has been a theme with money he wants to give to the Spanish Health System...that's the point??

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  10. Visible zippers are frowned upon by fashion purists. It safe to believe that the designer of this garment had an entry and exit strategy or no one would buy it. She also has these monos in more sophisticated fabrics for evening wear. ...'rompers' for children.

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  11. Horrible when I thought it was a dress, dreadful as a jumpsuit.

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