Queen Letizia attended the award ceremony of Discapnet 2019

On June 21, 2019, Queen Letizia of Spain presided over the award ceremony of the 5th edition of "Discapnet Awards for Accessible Technologies". Discapnet Awards are presented by the ONCE Foundation (Fundación ONCE). The objective of "Discapnet Awards for Accessible Technologies" is to recognize the contributions of people and organizations to the improvement of life quality of people with disabilities thanks to accessible technologies. The award ceremony took place in Madrid Auditorium El Beatriz. (Queen Letizia wore a printed silk dress by Sandro.)
Queen Letizia wore Sandro all-over print long silk dress. Crown Princess Victoria wore Sandro all over print silk dress
Queen Letizia wore Sandro all-over print long silk dress. Crown Princess Victoria wore Sandro all over print silk dress
Queen Letizia wore Sandro all-over print long silk dress. Crown Princess Victoria wore Sandro all over print silk dress
Queen Letizia wore Sandro all-over print long silk dress. Crown Princess Victoria wore Sandro all over print silk dress
Queen Letizia wore Sandro all-over print long silk dress. Crown Princess Victoria wore Sandro all over print silk dress
Queen Letizia wore Sandro all-over print long silk dress. Crown Princess Victoria wore Sandro all over print silk dress
Queen Letizia wore Sandro all-over print long silk dress. Crown Princess Victoria wore Sandro all over print silk dress
Queen Letizia wore Sandro all-over print long silk dress. Crown Princess Victoria wore Sandro all over print silk dress
Queen Letizia wore Sandro all-over print long silk dress. Crown Princess Victoria wore Sandro all over print silk dress
Queen Letizia wore Sandro all-over print long silk dress. Crown Princess Victoria wore Sandro all over print silk dress
Queen Letizia wore Sandro all-over print long silk dress. Crown Princess Victoria wore Sandro all over print silk dress
Queen Letizia wore Sandro all-over print long silk dress. Crown Princess Victoria wore Sandro all over print silk dress
Queen Letizia wore Sandro all-over print long silk dress. Crown Princess Victoria wore Sandro all over print silk dress
Queen Letizia wore Sandro all-over print long silk dress. Crown Princess Victoria wore Sandro all over print silk dress
Queen Letizia wore Sandro all-over print long silk dress
Sandro All-over Print Silk Midi Dress
Crown Princess Victoria wore Sandro all over print silk dress

22 comments:

  1. Letizia is one of my favorites, but I do not care for these fuller, longer, busily-patterned dresses. She looks so much better in the kind of dress she wore to the ceremony earlier this week. I do like the royal blue heels she wore today and her hair looked nice with some curl.

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  2. Q Letizia looks very nice today. Better than the dress I like her shoes and bag. Her makeup and hair are perfect.

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  3. Wow, a beautiful look for Q Letitia. I love the way she’s accessorize it too, picking up the blue for her shoes and bag. I’m not a great fan of the ‘modest’ floral dresses that so may royals seem to favour right now, but this is a very pretty print. I like it on CP Victoria too, but her wide belt seems too heavy. (V.M.)

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  4. She looks good but frowns a little in the dress.

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    1. I wonder if the frown was because that man (the host of the event?) insisted on steering her around by the arm.

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    2. Ese señor es ciego; es la Reina quien le guía a él.

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  5. I hate when royals wear the same clothes. Get a custom dress, or make your own clothes, cheaper and unique!

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    1. Wie trollig:-)

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    2. Are you serious?
      What a stupid comment...

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  6. Looking fabulous and fashionable- I like this. Love the shade of blue.

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  7. Sandro has the world most talented designers, actually they do much better than this floral dress. To distinguish it, you can call it "Sandros latest granny outfit" or soso. Queen Letizia can not pull it off IMHO.

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  8. Este vestido es agradable y apropiado, aunque no está entre mis favoritos. Lo mejor: los zapatos, el bolso, el maquillaje y su cabello sano y brillante.

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    1. Yo encuentro que el vestido es depurado

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  9. Mauvais brassier pour aller avec la robe

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  10. Tiene mil vestidos azules estampados con la misma línea, y todos le quedan grandones

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    1. Y si le quedan pegados, porque le quedan pegados, es la reina, Sofía llevaba todo como dos tallas más grande y nadie nunca dijo nada.

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  11. First thing I thought was ‘this looks like a dress Victoria would wear (and sure enough, I see at the end of the post she DID wear). No offence meant, just an observation (not even a judgement).

    Then I was on the fence about how Letizia looks in this outfit. Shoes are the only part that I like. Dress is indeed ‘all over print’ and bra is ill-fitting (what happened here? Not the first time lately that it happens). So, overall it’s a ‘pass’ from me. But not a great choice.

    Lily

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  12. This outfit ticks all the boxes for a serious event. Light, airy and appropriate for the season. However, there must be a line where good taste remains. In pictures 1-3 there is no sign of an ill fitting bra. The queen has a long torso, not an hourglass shape, so many of her dresses have a waistband to give definition. The recent blue dress and the Cherubinas are examples. In this instance the dress falls from shoulder to hem without definition so both royals use a belt. The Queen's belt is too thin and worn too high. Prints also create illusions for the camera. Yes we have seen other 'bra episodes', but looking through an opaque garment for flaws leaves good taste behind.

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  13. Has she been taking some fashion advise of CP Victoria ?

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