The 46-year-old Spanish royal, who is well known for her great, eclectic fashion taste, often mixing luxe designer looks with more affordable pieces, accessorized with a simple pair of black pointed-toe heels. The shoes, designed by Magrit, were the perfect accent to the jumpsuit’s culotte-style pants. With the ensemble, she carried an oversize leather envelope clutch.
The mother of two, whose husband, King Felipe VI, ascended to the throne in 2014, paid a visit to the Fundéu BBVA foundation to sit in on a meeting. Established in 2005, the organization is dedicated to promoting the proper use of the Spanish language in the media. Letizia posed for photos alongside several advisory board members, who include academics, journalists and linguists.
Last week, the queen consort sported yet another stylish look as she hosted several audiences, including the women’s handball team La Calzada, at her Zarzuela Palace home in Madrid. She wore figure-hugging black cigarette pants and a check-print blouse, perfectly accented with a pair of white and black color-block heels, also by Magrit.
Queen Letizia is a loyal fan of the Spanish shoe label, over the years wearing numerous styles, both bespoke and ready-to-wear. The brand, which offers everything from pumps and boots to sandals, has been a stalwart of the country’s long-standing shoemaking tradition for nearly 90 years.
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