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24.12.18 Best Of

Best Dressed Royal Of The Year – Queen Letizia of Spain

Fashion Blogger Catherine Kallon Features Best Dressed Royal Of The Year - Queen Letizia of Spain

Royal women have at least one trait in common: impeccable taste in clothes.

They need to dress to impress for the many public engagements they attend like galas, palace dinners and royal tours.

When it comes to Queen Letizia of Spain, style seems to run through her veins.

Her status of having the most enviable style of all the royals, I feel, is because her style seems so accessible.

Queen Maxima is high-end and bespoke all of the time, yet Queen Letizia will mix Carolina Herrera and Hugo Boss with Zara and Sandro, plus she of course supports local designers like Pedro del Hierro, and isn’t afraid to recycle.

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14.12.18

Queen Letizia of Spain Attends The Closure Of AFAMMER International Congress In Sandro

Fashion Blogger Catherine Kallon features Queen Letizia of Spain Attends The Closure Of AFAMMER International Congress In Sandro

Queen Letizia of Spain made an appearance at the closure of AFAMMER International Congress in Madrid on Thursday (December 13).

We all know that her royal highness has a penchant for print, so I wasn’t surprised to see her wearing this forest green dress with contrasting mint and white green pattern from Sandro.

I love the demure silhouette, the print – naturally – and those knife pleats.

So irresistibly chic and glossy.

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Queen Letizia of Spain In Massimo Dutti & Pedro del Hierro – ‘Vega-3’ & ‘Fausto’

Queen Letizia of Spain In Pedro del Hierro -  'Vega-3' & 'Fausto'

Queen Letizia of Spain made a return to the spotlight after her summer break in Majorca that she recently returned from.

Laser ‘Vega-3’ Inauguration: I love the fresh feel of this Massimo Dutti dress, and how the playful polka squares brings a charming effect to the sumptuous pleats. As for shoes, sleek styling was always going to involve matching her pumps and belt to the colour of the polka squares.

‘Fausto’: The Queen joined her husband King Felipe for a night at the opera on Wednesday (September 18), to watched a new production of ‘Faust’ – which marks the start of the new season for 2019 in Madrid. I was immediately blown away by her navy-blue jumpsuit by Pedro del Hierro. Incorporating the two things I love: a jumpsuit and a cape, I was also captivated by the asymmetric neckline. Styling the look with a simple navy clutch by Felipe Varela and exquisite sapphire Bulgari diamond drop earrings, this was the perfect way to let everyone know that the Queen had arrived.

Massimo Dutti
Pedro del Hierro

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06.08.18

Queen Letizia of Spain In Hugo Boss & Carolina Herrera – Almudaina Royal Palace

Queen Letizia of Spain In Hugo Boss & Carolina Herrera - Almudaina Royal Palace

Their Majesties King Felipe and Queens Letizia and Sofía hosted a reception at the Royal Palace of La Almudaina on Friday (3 August), for the authorities of the Balearic Islands, as well as representatives of Balearic society.

For me, this is how a royal dresses.

Queen Letizia is never shy of colour, style or grace, which is why I will always be inspired by her style.

On this occasion she teamed an orange Hugo Boss top with a navy print A-line Carolina Herrera skirt and Naguisa sandals and the result is effortless, chic – fit for a royal – or anyone who possess an ouch of style.

Had Meghan, Duchess of Sussex worn this on Saturday you’d still be trying to pick me up off the floor.

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30.10.17

Our Royal Style Obsession: Queen Letizia of Spain

If one thing is quite certain, Queen Letizia of Spain puts the regal in royal style. Modern elegance pervades her every move, as she effortlessly encapsulates what it means to dress to impress—without a hint of try-hard.

Just lately, she’s spoilt us for choice in six looks over the course of the last 10 days or so.

Zarzuela Palace: In Madrid on Tuesday (October 17), she brought easy sophistication to an approachable Zara floral dress that could have turned rather aging with its granny’s sofa print were it not for her fun bob and dark pumps.

‘Princesa De Asturias’ Awards 2017 – Day 1: This is the very incarnation of what the colour ‘royal blue’ should be. I love how this Felipe Varela plisse dress glides so beautifully with its minimalistic elegance. Yet, it is quickly escalated to high glamour via her sparkling jewels and sleek ponytail at the first day of the awards on Thursday (October 19).

‘Princesa De Asturias’ Awards 2017 – Day 2: The next day, a return to florals saw her wear this Carolina Herrera Resort 2018 frock that was imbued with a girlish spirit while still maintaining its appropriate sense of refinement.

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