The Queen of Spain attended a workshop with the 70 executives of the Instituto Cervantes (Cervantes Institute) from around the world.
The Institutio Cervantes is a Spanish governmental institution which promotes Spanish culture and language across the world. The organization was established in 1991 and is named after Miguel de Cervantes who the wrote the classic novel ‘Don Quixote'.
Letizia opted for a bold Rorschach-style printed dress from Hugo Boss for today's board of directors meeting at the headquarters of the Institute.
The belted sleeveless dress is a repeat and has been worn on a few occasions since 2012.
Queen Letizia teamed the dress with a pair of bohemian-inspired Hugo Boss sandals which are also a throwback and first seen at a audience hearing in April 2014.
She color-coordinated the shoes with a new brown leather flap clutch bag. It is the Hugo Boss BOSS 'Luxury Staple C' clutch (£425).
Queen Letizia showcased a new pair of earrings from her ever-expanding collection.
I originally thought they were the Oscar de la Renta gold leaf clip earrings, but Spanish jeweler My Collect claimed she was wearing their 'Leaving Gold' earrings.
The design is a knock-off of the Oscar de la Renta silhouette, but the obvious difference is their size. The My Collect pair measure about 4.5 cm in length (consistent with Letizia's earrings), whereas the Oscar de la Renta pair are over two times as long.
This is the first occasion we have seen Letizia sport a piece by the budget jewelry retailer. The leaf motif earrings retailed for €16.53 but have unfortunately sold out.
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