Queen Letizia premieres Italian brand Atos Lombardini for meeting with Princess of Girona Foundation
The King and Queen of Spain chaired a meeting of the Delegate Commission of the Princess of Girona Foundation in their home at the Palace of Zarzuela.
There are very limited photos from this engagement and below is the best image I could find of Queen Letizia.
Her Majesty debuted a pink patterned coat by Italian brand Atos Lombardini. The summer-weight coat has a retro silhouette and flap pockets.
The brand does not have an online store but you can shop their past collections at YOOX.
King Felipe and Queen Letizia welcomed the President of Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos, and First Lady María Clemencia Rodríguez Múnera at their home today in the Palace of Zarzuela.
Their Majesties hosted a luncheon for the couple in honour of their official visit to Spain.
Queen Letizia opted to repeat her white Felipe Varela tweed dress which she first wore in October 2017 during a visit to Valencia.
The bespoke dress takes inspiration from pieces in the Spanish designer's Spring/Summer 2017 collection. It features a notched collar, silver snap button bodice and patch pockets at the hips. It is finished with cropped sleeves and decorative tabs on the cuffs.
Letizia modified the look today with black leather accessories rather than silver when she debuted the dress. She cinched the dress with a black skinny belt and on her feet were a new pair of illusion d'Orsay pumps by Magrit.
She did however opt for the same jewellery as the first time she wore the dress. Letizia finished the ensemble with her diamond teardrop earrings.
The Queen of Spain was in Santiago de Compostela today for the Red Cross & Red Crescent World Day ceremony.
Each year, on 8th May, 189 countries mark the anniversary of the birth of Henry Dunant, founder of the humanitarian organization.
The event serves to highlight the importance of the staff and volunteers of these two organizations, which save lives and assist vulnerable communities worldwide. The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent is the largest humanitarian network in the world.
Letizia looked smart and polished in her Hugo Boss tweed skirt suit which she first wore for the World Rare Disease Day ceremony in March. She later wore the jacket separately to a disability conference in April.
The set includes the BOSS 'Keili Jacket (£380 - sold out) and the matching BOSS 'Meili' Skirt (£169 - sold out). Both pieces are tailored from rich Italian tweed and feature sleek leather piping which gives the classic suit an edgier look.
Today she teamed it with a new short-sleeve top also from the German brand. It features a scoop neckline and shutter pleat front.
Letizia paired the look with Carolina Herrera accessories. She brought back her beloved black patent and suede pumps from the designer's Fall-Winter 2014 collection, and the black 'Astrud' clutch bag.
She finished the ensemble with her ruby and diamond dangle earrings whose provenance remain unknown.
Here's a look back at Letizia's previous looks for this annual event. What's your verdict on today's outfit?
The Queen of Spain was on hand today to deliver the tenth edition of the Proyectos Sociales Banco de Santander awards at Las Alhajas Palace in Madrid.
Banco Santander Foundation collaborates with non-profit entities in projects that contribute to improving the quality of life of vulnerable groups.
Queen Letizia showed off her fashion-forward style with a new colourful geometric ensemble by her go-to brand Hugo Boss. She teamed the BOSS 'Felisabeth' short-sleeve sweater (£169) with a coordinating colour-block leather midi skirt.
The skirt is the BOSS 'Seplea' Colorblock Leather A-Line Skirt (US$695).
Here's a look at the back of the outfit.
She complemented the outfit colours with her orange croc-embossed Ángel Schlesser clutch and a bespoke pair of camel Magrit 'Laura' cross-strap pumps which Letizia debuted at the presentation of the Electronic Biographical Dictionary last Thursday.
Letizia finished the look with her citrine and diamond white gold earrings.
What did you think of today's outfit?
The King and Queen of Spain attended the presentation of the Electronic Biographical Dictionary by the Royal Academy of History at the Royal Palace of El Pardo in Madrid.
The Biographical Dictionary is a standard work of reference on notable figures from Spanish history and it has been digitised by the Royal Academy of History to give the public better access to its content.
Queen Letizia looked radiant in white, debuting a crisp wide leg pantsuit by Carolina Herrera.
She offset the white suit with camel toned accessories. On her feet she wore a new pair of cross-strap leather pumps modelled on Magrit's 'Laura' style (US$353), which is now her third pair of 'Laura' pumps!
Letizia's colorblock handbag is the Carolina Herrera 'Camelot' model from the designer's Fall 2015 Collection.
She completed her new look with a pair of longline earrings from Coolook. The are the jeweller's 'Hiedra' earrings (€252) featuring petal-shaped fluorite and pink quartz crystals set in gold-plated silver.
What are your thoughts on today's outfit?