On Friday, the Queen of Spain presided over the opening ceremony of the Red Cross & Red Crescent World Day commemorations in Valladolid. This event served to highlight the importance of the staff and volunteers of these two organizations, which save lives and assist vulnerable communities worldwide. The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent is the largest humanitarian network in the world.
Her Majesty dressed conservatively, recycling her Felipe Varela white bouclé blazer, Magrit navy leather pumps and donning a new pair of Hugo Boss 'Temuna' trousers (£179.00).
The fil-a-fil suiting fabric of the pants is cut from a lustrous wool blend. The trousers feature a chic, low waist that is fastened with a hook, button and zip. They are finished with pressed leg creases. The 'Temuna' style is currently available at Hugo Boss and is on sale at Nordstrom.
Queen Letizia added a touch of interest to her polished outfit by premiering a tribal inspired clutch bag from high-street brand, Mango.
This cheerful cotton clutch features decorative ethnic embroidery. It has a flap front with snap button fastening and top zip fastening. It is in stock at Mango UK, Mango USA, and Amazon.
Letizia completed the ensemble with her TOUS dangle cultured freshwater pearl earrings which she debuted last month.
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