The Queen of Spain was in Málaga today to attend a workshop with the executives of the Instituto Cervantes 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'.
Queen Letizia took inspiration from the institute's trademark colour and opted for an all-red ensemble.
She looked vibrant in her Nina Ricci crinkle-effect dress. The sleeveless red dress is still available at matchesfashion.com and reduced by 70% - now down to US$633.
She first wore the dress for the 'Let Girls Learn' conference which she jointly hosted with Michelle Obama in July last year.
Letizia teamed the dress with her Carolina Herrera 'Maysa' clutch bag and a new pair of high-heel slide sandals by Magrit.
She topped off the look with her TOUS gold long dangle earrings.