Queen Letizia visited the National Library of Spain in Madrid

On July 30, Queen Letizia visited the "María Moliner" and "Larra" Rooms of the National Library of Spain in Madrid. The National Library (Biblioteca Nacional de España) has a massive collection of over 26 million items, which includes 15 million books, 30,000 manuscripts, as well as music scores, newspapers and more. The Library receives and preserves copies of all books published in Spain. In addition, it contains a valuable collection of incunabula, manuscripts, drawings, photographs, sound recordings, scores. Over the past few years, the National Library has been producing digital versions of the books and documents for the purpose of facilitating access to them. (Queen Letizia wore a floral print skirt by Adolfo Dominguez.)
Queen Letizia wore Adolfo Dominguez floral print dress and Hugo Boss silk blouse, and Steve Madden pumps
Queen Letizia wore Adolfo Dominguez floral print dress and Hugo Boss silk blouse, and Steve Madden pumps
Queen Letizia wore Adolfo Dominguez floral print dress and Hugo Boss silk blouse, and Steve Madden pumps
Queen Letizia wore Adolfo Dominguez floral print dress and Hugo Boss silk blouse, and Steve Madden pumps
Queen Letizia wore Adolfo Dominguez floral print dress and Hugo Boss silk blouse, and Steve Madden pumps
Queen Letizia wore Adolfo Dominguez floral print dress and Hugo Boss silk blouse, and Steve Madden pumps
Queen Letizia wore Adolfo Dominguez floral print dress and Hugo Boss silk blouse, and Steve Madden pumps
Queen Letizia wore Adolfo Dominguez floral print dress and Hugo Boss silk blouse, and Steve Madden pumps
Queen Letizia wore Adolfo Dominguez floral print dress and Hugo Boss silk blouse, and Steve Madden pumps
Queen Letizia wore Adolfo Dominguez floral print dress and Hugo Boss silk blouse, and Steve Madden pumps
Queen Letizia wore Adolfo Dominguez floral print dress and Hugo Boss silk blouse, and Steve Madden pumps
Queen Letizia wore Adolfo Dominguez floral print dress and Hugo Boss silk blouse, and Steve Madden pumps
Queen Letizia wore Adolfo Dominguez floral print dress
Adolfo Dominguez Floral Print Dress

24 comments:

  1. I like the two pieces separately but I'm not sure that they make the best combination - I'm not loving the colour of the top with the skirt.

    Anyway, as ever she looks professional and sleek, and definitely summery.

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    1. This morning we had 16C in Madrid...so summer, in the afternoon...

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    2. Agree. But I love the skirt, awesome!

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  2. Very nice, but it would have been better if top was white, this one looks pink.

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    1. She has worn it with a white shirt as well, it is the third time..

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  3. Lovely skirt--never noticed that the top was pink. It looks okay but agree that white would have been better. i realise the pale pink will be matching with the shoes but don't like them at all--the plastic strap just doesn't look great.

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  4. The skirt has little pink flowers if you watch it closer...Most people nowadays can see well, it seems..

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  5. I think the skirt looked better with the blue top and shoes as worn in June 2018.

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  6. I love the delicate use of color here. Overall, I think this is a huge improvement on the earlier outing of the skirt. However, I don't think the look can really be polished off without some kind of belt. A pale peau de soie ribbon would do.

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  7. Nice outfit, a stronger color top may enhance the skirt a bit. Not a fan of the plastic part on the shoes.

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  8. The style, fit and colors on the skirt are great. The shoes are tres chic!

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  9. Oooh! just the pleasure to look at and read those old manuscripts and maps. ...and the Queen? Keeping the floral theme alive with that pretty skirt.

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  10. La falda es grandota.
    Este modelo de blusa lo llevan las dependientas de El Corte Inglés.
    Y este tipo de zapatos acharolados y con plástico no me parecen cómodos para el verano.

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    1. La falda lady es preciosa, tiene el tamaño correcto. Si las dependientas del CI llevan este modelo de blusa denota el buen gusto de quien decidió que eran las adecuadas para lucir elegante de cara al publico.
      Si los zapatos con la tira de vinilo no te parecen cómodos ten buen cuidado de no comprarlos, en la reina se ven preciosos como contrapunto del resto del look mas clásico.

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    2. Corazón no has ni entrado en ECI, no llevamos blusas, ya te gustaría comprar allí, por lo pronto necesitas mínimo bachillerato para trabajar aquí.
      Acharolados?? Necesitas gafas? Ya que hablas de ECI, son de vinilo.

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    3. Por favor, ¿quién quiere trabajar en ECI?

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    4. Anon 9:46...mucha gente corazón, desde luego gente como tú no queremos aqui, q por lo visto estás en paro, porque siendo tan ilustrada ni siquiera te apañas en ingĺes.

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  11. Lovely and pretty combination!! I really love Queen Letizia's taste.

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  12. I like this skirt and I even prefer this type of top, not the color but the cut, however I think that this look really always need it's a belt, I think even with this pink top one belt would do a huge difference.
    But overall she really looks fine and very professional without being excessive.

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  13. The lady in the blue dress is Ana Santos Aramburo, the Director of Biblioteca Nacional. The lady with the cane is the writer Soledad Puértolas Villanueva, member of the Royal Academy of Spanish Language and President of the Biblioteca Nacional Board of Trustees. As a Spaniard, I'm proud that two very accomplished ladies are in charge of one of Spain's most important cultural institutions.

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  14. intelligent atmosphere of Queen Letizia of Spain match with the library, I think.

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