Today, the Queen of Spain attended the opening of a photographic exhibition, 'Re-knowing the Spanish Heritage in Europe', at Madrid's College of Architects.
The exhibition celebrates 40 years of 'Hispania Nostra' a non-profit association founded in 1976 to safeguard Spanish cultural heritage. The images were taken by Spanish winners of the European Heritage Awards, and show the country's most outstanding heritage accomplishments.
For the occasion, Her Majesty re-wore the charcoal tweed Peter Pan collared dress she debuted last month for the Third International Congress on Education of Rare Diseases. The brand/designer remains unknown.
On her feet were the bespoke version of the Magrit 'Laura' pumps which she also premiered with the dress last month. I originally thought they were nude patent but this close up shows an embossed snake pattern.
The back view clearly shows they are from Magrit.
Today, Letizia varied the look with a different handbag.
She carried her blush pink Mango embellished clutch, which she debuted in April 2011 for a visit to the Spanish brand's Hanger Design Centre.
Letizia completed the outfit with statement earrings. We first got a glimpse of them in January this year but their origin remains unknown.
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