The Queen Letizia you know that with clothes low cost can you get a styling that stands out as if it is haute couture. Everything is in the finishes and the type of fabric. This he has shown in several moments and he did it again with the combination that implemented for the second occasion during the delivery of the Cervantes prize to the poet Francisco Brines.
The Queen of Spain traveled with her husband to Oliva, Valencia to deliver the recognition at the author’s own home, since due to the global pandemic the celebration has been easier to adapt to new times. In addition to participation, the Queen Letizia stood out for wearing a bright red-orange set from Zara that we had already seen him before during a visit to Argentina.
How is the outfit that Queen Letizia wore?
The journalist also opted for one of her brands of fast fashion preferred this two-piece that was in one of the colors in trend for spring 2021. Both the bright red like orange have been the star colors in the collections of Valentino, Versace, Jason Wu, Hermès Y Fendi. He paraded in the form of jumpsuits, skirts, jackets, blouses, dresses and wide-leg pants, with a constant marked in monochrome combinations.
Although we first saw this particular ensemble more than two years ago at a meeting at the Four Seasons from Buenos Aires as part of a tour that the royals, we are in front of one of the Zara clothes that you can buy and look at any time of the year for your sophisticated and timeless air. So it will not be difficult to find other sets with loose pants and blouse with original cuts that make them stand out from the traditional ways.
This vibrant two-piece combination of the Inditex brand consisted of a asymmetric hem long sleeve blouse that was matching with a high-waisted pants, straight fall and slightly flared. It stands out for having two vertical openings in the part of the hem, a 90s detail that we have seen increasingly present in the street style in recent months with the definitive return of the baggy jeans.
Different from the time he was in Argentina, the Queen Letizia bet on him minimalism, one of the keys to looking sophisticated. For the accessories he chose some nude stilettos from Carolina Herrera and a handbag of the same shade of Angel Schlesser. Besides a few jewels – gold earrings and her gold-plated Karen Hallam ring – she hit the nail on the head with her hairstyle. A low bun that was subtly tousled, an effect that made her look younger.