King Felipe & Queen Letizia made their annual pilgrimage to Girona today for the Princess of Girona Awards. The awards recognize exceptional achievements made by the youth of Spain in areas such as scientific research, artistic creativity, social solidarity and entrepreneurship.
The program of activities kicked off with an informal meeting with the winners of previous editions and a luncheon meeting with the Advisory Council of the Princess of Girona Foundation.
This was followed by a meeting with the Board of the Princess of Girona Foundation.
Unfortunately there are very limited photos from these engagements and I could not find one showing Letizia's outfit in its entirety. From the limited photos, we see that she wore a pretty bodycon fil-coupé floral skirt which she teamed with her Hugo Boss 'Banora' vanilla silk blouse.
Letizia accented the outfit with a new green shoulder bag.
It is the Hugo Boss 'Berlin' clutch bag. The grained leather bag comes with a detachable shoulder strap. The bag heralds from the BOSS pre-fall 2015 collection which means Letizia has had it hiding in her closet for some time.
Her earrings were also new.
Queen Letizia introduced another pair of interchangeable earrings from Spanish jeweler Coolook. She wore the Labradorite 'Pangea' earrings (€125) with the mixed stone 'Pangea' pendant (€175) and finished the set with the pendant from the 'Butterfly' earrings (€295).
That evening, King Felipe & Queen Letizia attended the Princess of Girona Foundation awards.
Their Majesties delivered the prizes on behalf of her eldest daughter, Leonor. The 11 year old royal heir is now the honorary president of the Princess Girona Foundation, a position her father, Felipe VI once held. The name of the foundation was changed in December 2014 to reflect the title now held by Princess Leonor.
For tonight's ceremony, Queen Letizia sported a fresh, youthful style. She wore a new off-white jumpsuit by Massimo Dutti - from the brand's Summer 2016 collection.
Letizia removed the self-belt and accessorized the jumpsuit with her own reptile-skin wide belt in a silver tone.
She coordinated the belt with her silver croc-embossed clutch bag and Magrit 'Hera' metallic sandals.
Queen Letizia up-ed her style by adding royal jewels. She wore the "joyas de pasar" diamond bracelets on one wrist for maximum glitz. She topped off the look with her white gold and diamond chandelier earrings by Yanes.
Looking back at Letizia's past outfits for this annual event, it's obvious there's been no consistency with her style. I like the unpredictability of her choices and tonight was no exception!