Today, King Felipe and Queen Letizia visited La Mancha - the region made famous in Miguel de Cervantes novel, Don Quixote. This year marks the fourth centenary of the death of Cervantes, and today's visit was to commemorate the Spanish author.
Their Majesties toured several villages in the area and spent time meeting locals, and visiting charities, museums and businesses in the towns of Villanueva de los Infantes, Tomelloso, San Carlos del Valle, and Talavera de la Reina.
Queen Letizia premiered a contemporary high-street outfit for her trip along the "Don Quixote route". She opted for a simple monochromatic style.
She wore a new black cocoon jacket by Uterque (€125). The trendy cropped jacket features bat-wing sleeves, collarless neckline and an over-sized button.
Under the jacket, Letizia debuted the Hugo Boss Furana knit vest in Pale Rose (US$175). The top is currently available at Nordstrom, and Harrods.
She opted for a new pair of light coloured trousers by Massimo Dutti (€59.95). The crepe pants feature a cropped straight leg and side pockets.
Her Majesty accessorized with familiar supplements which consisted of her Magrit 'Laura' nude patent pumps and white Uterque snakeskin clutch.
Letizia completed the look with her TOUS ruby, emerald and moonstone earrings.
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