Queen Letizia attended the opening of Madrid Book Fair 2019

On May 31, 2019, Queen Letizia of Spain attended the opening of the 78th Madrid Book Fair (Feria del Libro) held at El Retiro Park in Madrid. The Madrid Book Fair is one of the largest cultural, literary events for the publishing sector and helps promote reading in Spanish. The guest country for this edition is Dominican Republic.
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Exina sleeveless top, and the queen wore Hugo boss denim skirt jeans
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Exina sleeveless top, and the queen wore Hugo boss denim skirt jeans
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Exina sleeveless top, and the queen wore Hugo boss denim skirt jeans
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Exina sleeveless top, and the queen wore Hugo boss denim skirt jeans
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Exina sleeveless top, and the queen wore Hugo boss denim skirt jeans
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Exina sleeveless top, and the queen wore Hugo boss denim skirt jeans
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Exina sleeveless top, and the queen wore Hugo boss denim skirt jeans
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Exina sleeveless top, and the queen wore Hugo boss denim skirt jeans
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Exina sleeveless top, and the queen wore Hugo boss denim skirt jeans at opening book fair
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Exina sleeveless top, and the queen wore Hugo boss denim skirt jeans at opening book fair
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Exina sleeveless top, and the queen wore Hugo boss denim skirt jeans at opening book fair
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Exina sleeveless top, and the queen wore Hugo boss denim skirt jeans
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Exina sleeveless top, and the queen wore Hugo boss denim skirt jeans at opening book fair
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Exina sleeveless top, and the queen wore Hugo boss denim skirt jeans at opening book fair
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Exina sleeveless top, and the queen wore Hugo boss denim skirt jeans at opening book fair
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Exina sleeveless top, and the queen wore Hugo boss denim skirt jeans at opening book fair
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Exina sleeveless top, and the queen wore Hugo boss denim skirt jeans at opening book fair
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Exina sleeveless top, and the queen wore Hugo boss denim skirt jeans at opening book fair
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Exina sleeveless top
Hugo Boss Exina Sleeveless Top
Queen Letizia wore CAROLINA HERRERA denim midi skirt
CAROLINA HERRERA Denim Midi Skirt
Queen Letizia wore MINT&ROSE Arlena Leather sandals
MINT&ROSE Arlena Leather Sandals

37 comments:

  1. Not a good look; too casual. Is that a Jean’s skirt!?

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    1. Perfect!! It is a casual event a book fair!!

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    2. In fact some people in Spain say too much elegant for strolling around book shops.

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    3. It's a park and she had to walk for an hour at least to see books at 30C in Madrid today!!

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    4. It is perfect for a casual event

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    5. Siempre ha ido con zapato puntiagudo y tacón de aguja.

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  2. Pas overdressed comme la reine Maxima . Simple et tout de même élégant .

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    1. I agree, Maxima is most of the times not only overdressed but also “dressed up” as a queen. The giant hats, excessive jewelry, and yet,......Letizia is a shining example of less is more and well fitted clothes do the trick

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  3. Wow, love the whole summery, perfectly proportioned look -- spot-on.

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  4. Nice casual outfit.

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  5. For me it's working outfit, simple, fresh, but also casual and comfortable, completely suitable for this outdoor event (Madrid Book fair).

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  6. LOVE this look! Not too casual yet professional & good for summer weather. Something I could wear to my job 😀. And great to promote reading. It's needed more than ever today!

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  7. Nice outfit, but the blouse is too elegant for this more sporty skirt.

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  8. Lovely as usual!

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  9. Very appropriate outfit to walk amongst the regular people and vendors, it gets hot and dusty browsing around.
    Nice fresh white blouse, and a denim-like skirt, a little loose to combat the heat, with the perfect length.
    The best for me are the shoes, confortable and yet feminine on a complementary color, I also love her hair.

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  10. Nice summery outfit. Casual but still elegant

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    1. Otra vez no te has enterado de qué va el evento.

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  12. I am confused as to what the dress code was. Almost all men around Letitia wear suits and ties. A jean skirt isn’t quite in the same category, is it? I see all the points above, but they don’t convince me. A simple summer dress (if she wanted to keep it on the casual side) would have been much more appropriate, imo. Surely some will disagree, but that remains my view.

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    1. I agree.
      La falda no es de CH. Se ve de peor calidad, y las costuras están sin planchar.

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    2. Not dress code, it is a feria to buy books. She might have wear jeans, however it is hot.
      Men do not have other clothes, a suit or jeans, they are not like us thinking in clothes.

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    3. ¿Que la falda no es de CH? ¿peor calidad? ¿sin planchar? Anda anónima, vete a Parla, que te ha fallado la bola de cristal. Qué vida la vuestra, jajaja.

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  13. There is no dress code for a fair. This is an open air market with thousands of books for the general public to browse and buy. It is much anticipated, and crowds of people visit the stalls. The men in suits are either elected officials who accompany the royals (so they are really at work) or bodyguards, who are also working. A look back at previous years will show that she has always dressed casually since the visits also involve some interaction with children.

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  14. I love this outfit for a casual outdoor event like this. She looks relaxed but still elegant. The block heels are a nice change from her usual towering stilettos!

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  15. Letizia is the Queen and she sets up the protocol. Today is the Armed Forces day and she does not wear a black gown and mantilla anymore as back in the day.
    So the event has the protocol she marks not the other way round.

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    1. Malheuresement

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    2. Anon 5:30....it is what the Spaniards want...a modern protocol and Monarchy.

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  16. New style, love it and love the shoes!

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  17. Una apariencia encantadora de Letizia, primaveral y cómoda para pasear mirando y comprando libros. Esta es una de sus actividades favoritas. Me encanta cuando se peina con cola de caballo, fresca y juvenil.

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  18. The skirt is by Hugo Boss.

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