For nineteen years, the 'In Memoriam' concert has resounded in the National Auditorium of Music in Madrid to pay tribute to the victims of the terrorist attack of March 11, 2004 in the Spanish capital. Each year, Letizia of Spain and King Felipe VI are invited. And for the 2023 edition, on March 7, the Queen of Spain wore a very glamorous total black look.
The National Auditorium of Music in Madrid hosted, on Tuesday, March 7, 2023, the tribute concert In Memorial , for the victims of the terrorist attack of March 11, 2004. Letizia d'Espagne and her husband, the king Felipe VI , were present, like every year, to attend the musical event. The Queen of Spain went there in a charming outfit that was unanimously appreciated.
The total black look of Letizia from Spain was sumptuous. According to the Instagram account @royalfashionpolice, she was wearing a long slit dress, draped in faded silk, signed Cortana , which she paired with black leather stiletto pumps from the Italian label Prada as well as a pocket Nina Ricci . Gorgeous.
Queen of Spain, Letizia Ortiz is also a true queen of style. In each of her appearances, she wows the gallery with elegant outfits that everyone can copy. If she particularly appreciates the luxury house Carolina Herrera, she also likes the creations of the two Iberian brands that reign over fast fashion, Zara and Mango. Decryption with a royal look.
Before being crowned Queen of Spain, Letizia Ortiz was a television journalist. She then wore a classic style , composed on the air of very conventional tailors who still constitute his royal wardrobe.
On May 22, 2004, Letizia from Spain said 'Yes' to King Felipe VI. On D-Day, she opted for a white dress (obviously), designed by the Spanish designer Manuel Pertegaz . Slightly kimono sleeves, an Elizabethan collar and discreet embroidery: the piece did not fail to cause a sensation in the press. But it was revealed, in an article published in 2020 in The country that it was a bit difficult to carry, especially because of its weight and its four-meter-long train. As for her wedding ring, she rarely wears it: rumor has it that the jewelry would hurt her fingers.
Robes midi close-fitting, floral blouses, long vaporous skirts: the most elegant crowned head of the elite goes on outfits that are both sober and chic, not without a certain taste for accessories. Queen, she selects for the royal evenings robes of XXL , favoring black.
Timeless , Letizia of Spain's dresses don't age. This is particularly the case with a piece by Felipe Varela, worn at a gala in honor of the crown prince of Japan and at the wedding of Victoria of Sweden, in 2010. In May 2022, it is a Carolina dress Herrera that she comes out of her dressing room: she had already worn it in 2019 to receive the Spanish basketball champions at the Zarzuela Palace. The 1972-born queen proves that carefully chosen pieces can be kept for several seasons , if not several years.
Mango , Massimo Dutti Zara , Sandro or even Uterqüe... Letizia from Spain does not hesitate to turn to brands at low prices for her everyday outfits. Very often in long dresses, which reveal the shoulders or not, she sometimes opts for jumpsuits which emphasize her waist and slender her silhouette – she is 1m70 tall. On the feet, she easily swaps her stiletto heels for wedge espadrilles in summer , or boots in winter.
To sport the same look as the Queen of Spain, nothing could be simpler. Indeed, it is rather common to see her wearing affordable brands . On May 10, 2022, for example, she appeared on World Red Cross and Red Crescent Day wearing a fuchsia cutout dress from Cayro. His price ? €61.90 (yes, only!).
The magic formula of her elegant outfits is based on three essential commandments . First: the bright colors you will not neglect. Often absent from classic wardrobes, these shades can be worn as a total look as well as in small touches – with accessories for example. Second: the earrings you won't forget. In gold, silver, fine or more imposing, these jewels highlight the face and add to any outfit that 'je ne sais quoi' that marks the look. Third: the brands you will mix. Affordable, with a smattering of high-end, sometimes it doesn't take much to be chic.Source journaldesfemmes.fr