On Monday, Doña Letizia made her first official solo journey abroad since becoming Queen in June this year. She visited Vienna to launch an exhibition at the Kunsthistorisches Museum dedicated to Spanish artist, Diego Velázquez.
Upon arrival into the capital, Queen Letizia was greeted by Austrian President Heinz Fischer and his wife Margit at the Hofburg Palace.
Dressed in a recycled Felipe Verela tweed skirt suit and white lace top, Letizia looked happy and relaxed as she posed for photos with the presidential couple.
Letizia has repeated this tailored outfit on many occasions since its premier in October 2012 for the National Day parade.
Letizia kept her accessories neutral, wearing a new pair of taupe suede Magrit platform pumps, a style she owns in several colors, and her Adolfo Domínguez quilted bag.
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For the main event of the trip, Queen Letizia made a wardrobe change, debuting a sleek berry red Hugo Boss lambskin leather sheath dress.
This BOSS 'LE' dress has darts along the front and back for a flattering fit and features quilted shoulders. It retails for US$1195 and is currently available directly from Hugo Boss and other stockists such as Nordstrom and Bloomingdales.
Letizia combined the dress with a new jacket also from Hugo Boss.
The BOSS Fashion Show 'FS_Jesila' blazer is made from the finest quality camel hair in solid black. It has a notched collar and tab belt detail at the waist. It retails for £630.
Letizia complimented the deep berry leather dress with tonal accessories, opting for her Magrit suede envelope clutch and matching burgundy'Leonor' pumps, a combination she wore a few weeks ago.
Completing Her Majesty's outfit, were silver drop earrings featuring a semi-precious ruby stone.
Queen Letizia was the guest of honour at the Kunsthistorisches Museum where she inaugurated the Diego Velázquez exhibition featuring 46 works by the Spanish artist which are usually housed in Madrid's Prado Museum. Some of Velázquez's paintings were commissioned by Felipe IV - an ancestor of the current King Felipe.
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