She recycles 15 year old tweed robes
Queen Letizia attended a military parade on Friday, where she wore a special tweed robe that immediately caught the eye of Royal experts.
Queen Letizia of Spain, 48, attended a military parade in Colmenar Viejo, in the north of the Madrid region, last Friday (May 7th). When she appears, she wears a cream-white tweed dress with a long row of buttons that she wore on a special occasion 15 years ago.
Queen Letizia: Her tweed dress is very special
The light tweed dress has a very special meaning for the monarch. The wife of King Felipe VI, 53, opted for the second time for the long-sleeved midi dress by Spanish fashion designer Felipe Varela, with which she was able to shine at the christening of her eldest daughter Princess Leonor, 15, in 2006. The dress not only looks stunning, it also has an emotional value for Letizia.
She has remained loyal to this designer for years
To the blazer-style outfit, Letizia combines ocher-colored high heels, a matching handbag and a baby blue bow brooch, which makes the dress a special eye-catcher. The 48-year-old therefore does without a necklace and only uses small pearl ear studs. She completes the elegant look with her hair, which is parted in a side part and in a bun. Due to the corona pandemic, the Spanish royal also has to wear mouth and nose protection during the appearance.