The Queen of Spain attended a meeting of the Royal Board on Disability today.
Her Majesty is the honorary president of the organization, whose primary mission is to promote the prevention of impairments, rehabilitation and social integration of people with disabilities.
Queen Letizia arrived at the Board's headquarters in Madrid wearing a familiar burgundy-hued ensemble.
The outfit consists of her recently released bouclé peplum top (whose signature is still unknown), and Hugo Boss 'Valessima' pencil skirt.
She accessorised the stylish set with her marsala ACOSTA clutch bag and a nude snakeskin version of Magrit's 'Laura' pumps.
The highlight of today's look was Letizia's hairstyle. She transformed her usual sleek locks into tousled waves which she loosely pinned in a half-updo.
Letizia topped off the outfit with her interchangeable earrings from Spanish jeweler Coolook. She wore the smoky quartz 'Big Candy' stud earrings with the 'Hera' pendants.
24/3/2017 08:02:04 am
Sin duda un look absolutamente olvidable
14/4/2017 05:26:58 pm
Queen Letizia is beautiful inside and out. Spain is very very fortunate to have such a delightful, dedicated, hard working and engaging King and Queen. Even when dealing with difficult areas of life, the interaction with people, the love they show for each other, and the dignity they have in spades - is a Royal Family to be proud of.
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