King Felipe and Queen Letizia opened the 38th edition of the International Tourism Trade Fair (FITUR) in Madrid today. The 5 day event will bring together more than 9,000 companies from 165 countries with 200,000 visitors.
Their Majesties toured the halls and met with some of the exhibitors of the fair.
Sartorially speaking, Letizia usually plays it safe for this annual event, however last year she upped the style stakes and sported a new chic contemporary look. This year it was back to her usual polished look for the business fair.
Letizia teamed her Hugo Boss 'Jadabia' color block short coat with a new white blouse.
It is the BOSS 'Benisa' Piped Blouse featuring pajama-inspired piping and a chest pocket. This elegant button-down is tailored from fluid Japanese crepe. Originally retailing for US$375 it has been marked down at these leading retailers: Hugo Boss ($183.99), Saks Fifth Avenue ($168.75), Nordstrom ($224.98).
The highlight of the ensemble was on her feet!
Her Majesty added a touch of 'punk' to the look with a new pair of Uterque studded high heel court shoes (£120.00 - sold out). The pumps are made from sheepskin leather and feature gold studs and crossed straps with pearl bead details. The have buckled ankle straps for fastening, caprine leather lining and insoles, and finished with a 5cm kitten heel. The design is inspired by Gucci's 'Unia' pumps.
Letizia finished the look with her gold Mango horn shaped earrings, complementing the style of her shoes.