Queen Letizia received representatives of ONG and AEEPP

Queen Letizia wore a selrita leather pencil skirt from Hugo Boss, and a buttons left shoulder long sleeve blouse. Meghan Markle wore same skirt
On November 11, 2020, Queen Letizia had two engagements at Zarzuela Palace in Madrid. The Queen first received representatives of The Telephone of Hope (ONG - The Telfono de la Esperanza). The ONG is a voluntary nongovernmental organisation that offers free comprehensive support to people who are in crisis. The ONG was founded in 1971 in Seville. Today it has 29 centers in Spain.
Queen Letizia wore a selrita leather pencil skirt from Hugo Boss, and a buttons left shoulder long sleeve blouse. Meghan Markle wore same skirt
Queen Letizia wore a selrita leather pencil skirt from Hugo Boss, and a buttons left shoulder long sleeve blouse. Meghan Markle wore same skirt
Afterwards, Queen Letizia received representatives of The Spanish Association of Editorials of Newspaper Publications (AEEPP - Asociación Española de Editoriales de Publicaciones Periódicas). The AEEPP is made up of more than 150 publishing groups and companies.
Queen Letizia wore a selrita leather pencil skirt from Hugo Boss, and a buttons left shoulder long sleeve blouse. Meghan Markle wore same skirt
Queen Letizia wore a selrita leather pencil skirt from Hugo Boss, and a buttons left shoulder long sleeve blouse. Meghan Markle wore same skirt
Queen Letizia wore a selrita leather pencil skirt from Hugo Boss, and a buttons left shoulder long sleeve blouse. Meghan Markle wore same skirt
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Selrita Leather Pencil Skirt
Hugo Boss Selrita Leather Pencil Skirt

17 Comments

  1. Bien belle cette jupe-crayon en cuir Bordeaux ; avec les escarpins vernis de la même couleur et le haut blanc, elle est très chic !

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  2. How beautifull can simple be,

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  3. She chose the right color combination. This shade of brick red color goes well only with white or cream. I once saw this skirt combined with another shade of red, but it didn't work.
    Such a session in a circle is a bit strange. It looks like a group's session with a psychotherapist (at least that's how it is in the movies). This arrangement is especially unpleasant for men. My husband hates sitting in company like this, because keeping his legs together is uncomfortable and stretching his legs apart is comfortable physically, but he is embarrassed because he feels like that everyone is looking at ...
    I know that because of coronaepidemia it is necessary to keep a social distance, but maybe if there was a table, or some other way .

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    1. C’est aussi désagréable pour les femmes et croiser les jambes est mauvais pour la circulation du sang .

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    2. Esta posición se llama en España "sentarse en corro" y es muy habitual entre grupos de amigos/familia. No hace ninguna falta una mesa y no tiene nada de incómodo ni desagradable. Si a su marido le da vergüenza es su problema y no nos importa aquí lo que odia un extraño.
      Todas las personas de la reunión están perfectamente cómodas y la Reina se ve sencilla, pero tan elegante y chic como de costumbre.

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  4. Lovely skirt but those puffy sleeves spoils a lot. -Siri

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    1. Puffed sleeves are in style now.

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  5. This gorgeous skirt and blouse work very well together; however the look seems just a little unfinished. I would add a wide belt to accent Letizia's tiny waist. I'd also remove the blouse's cuffs, as they make those pretty sleeves just a shade too long.

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    1. I agree that the waist needs to be belted, or the skirt needs to be tailored to fit more snugly at the waist. As is, she looks rather waifish. The blouse, however, does provide some much needed contour.

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  6. I just love this look. The blouse is divine.

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  7. Another great rewear from Letizia.

    E.B.B.

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  8. Love the red leather, tres chic!
    M

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  9. This blouse is kind of disfiguring the wearer's arms because of the double puffyness: sleeves puffy on the top and puffy again around the underarms, too much for me. Her tiny waist is lost, probably because of the fitting of the rock there. I don't like this look as a whole, simpleness is beautiful, but then make it perfect (which she usually does and is, but not this time).
    (-Ann.)

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  10. Love blouse, skirt, shoes. Agree with Anon 6:41. A perfect example of simplicity looking great.

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  11. I love seeing Letizia in leather, some of her best looks. The rich color of this skirt is gorgeous. Simple, basic pieces just slightly elevated.
    Chel

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  12. Maria from Italy11/14/20, 4:52 PM

    A perfect leather longuette skirt paired with a perfect white blouse.
    She looks amazing overall.

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