Queen Letizia combines a professional look with playful polka-dots at an arts awards ceremony in Malaga
King Felipe and Queen Letizia were in the Costa del Sol region today to attend the Gold Medals of Merit in Fine Arts 2016 ceremony at the Center Pompidou Málaga.
Their Majesties delivered the awards which serve to recognize individuals and organizations that have made a significant contribution to the education, development, dissemination or preservation of the Fine Arts.
Queen Letizia opted for a professional look in traditional nautical colours of navy and white for today's visit to the port city of Málaga.
Keeping out the seaside chill, Letizia wrapped up in a dark blue coat. I believe she may be wearing her Hugo Boss 'Canika1' Belted Wool Coat with an added faux fur collar. She first wore the piece in January 2017 for a meeting with the AECC.
Some royal fashion bloggers have suggested she is wearing the BOSS 'Casala' Virgin Wool Coat, but I don't think this is the case. The seams and collar shape of the 'Canika1' coat are a better match compared with the 'Casala'. Furthermore, I have been unable to find the 'Casala' style in the navy blue colourway.
Letizia premiered a navy pant suit reportedly by BOSS. The blazer features a lapelless jacket with thin metal closure. Unfortunately, I have been unable to find the style in the Hugo Boss product catalogue.
Underneath the jacket Letizia wore a new navy/ecru polka dot silk blouse from the F/W 2017 Collection of CH Carolina Herrera (€295).
She coordinated the look with her Caroline Herrera 'Baret' navy/red colour-block flap clutch bag and Magrit leather pumps.
Letizia finished the outfit with her TOUS blue stone and baroque pearl dangle earrings.