On the second and final day of the visit to the Canary Islands, Queen Letizia started the tour of Tenerife, the largest island of the Canaries, in a familiar look.
She wore her crisp white Felipe Varela Saharan-inspired bouclé skirt suit.
Letizia first wore the separates in June 2015 during an official visit to Paris, France. She repeated the outfit a couple weeks later in Rome, when she was appointed UN Special Ambassador for Nutrition. In October 2016 she finally wore the set on home soil at a seminar marking the 25th Anniversary of the Ibero-American Cooperation.
Today, Queen Letizia complemented the outfit with the same gold-tone accessories she wore on the first two occasions she wore the suit. They are the Adolfo Domínguez python clutch and Uterque gilded pumps.
Letizia styled her wavy hair with a braided front and wore her TOUS cultured freshwater pearl drop earrings.
Queen Letizia changed her outfit for the afternoon engagements and opted for a combination of white and navy.
She debuted a white Adolfo Dominguez short-sleeve cold shoulder top (€160). The elegant blouse features cold shoulder slits and a mandarin collar with a central keyhole opening in the front. It fastens with a concealed side zipper.
Queen Letizia teamed the blouse with her blue Hugo Boss croc-embossed leather skirt. The fitted skirt is part of a set, and this is the first time she has worn it without the matching jacket since its debut in February 2013.
Letizia accessorized with her navy CH Carolina Herrera 'Baret' flap clutch bag and Magrit 'Laura' pumps.
Always a stickler for coordination the Queen further married the navy/white colour scheme by wearing her complementary TOUS blue stone and mother of pearl dangle earrings.