The King and Queen of Spain were at El Pardo Royal Palace on Friday to receive in audience a representation of the Spanish Olympic team that will participate in the 2020 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo.
The Spanish Olympic team will consist of a total of 314 athletes that will represent Spain in 29 of the 33 sports present in the Tokyo games which will be held from 21 July to 8 August 2021.
Queen Letizia brought back the red Carolina Herrera fit-and-flare zip-front dress she first sported for an audience with the Spanish Men's Basketball Team in September 2019.
She continued the patriotic colourway to her feet, wearing the red suede Carolina Herrera sling back pumps.
Letizia accessorized with her Gold & Roses 'Skyline' crawler earrings.
19/7/2021 09:15:03 pm
The dress is gorgeous. It highlights what CH stands for- expert tailoring and exquisite designs. I think the dress is suited to a more formal occasion rather than for sporting events where Letizia has worn it on two occasions. The pleats at the front are so well constructed that they create a perfect fit.
20/7/2021 04:32:36 am
Beautiful dress that is elegant, but simple. The shoes are a perfect match. Letizia always looks wonderful in red.
20/7/2021 10:16:13 am
I know that this is a blog about Letizia’s style, but I must say that Felipe is always impeccably dressed, and his choices complement Letizia’s attire.
20/7/2021 02:44:29 pm
This is simply an outstanding dress. Beautifully cut and crafted. This tone of red is fabulous. I just love the slingback red shoes. In this case the same colour tone works superbly. Love the crawler earrings.
23/7/2021 06:06:58 pm
I agree with Tanya about Felipe! He always looks very sharp. Letizia really suits red, I love this CH dress, the fit and flare is lovely. Great shoes as well.
25/7/2021 04:03:25 am
The zip-front Caroline Herrera is as svelte and youthful as on the first occasion it was worn, and Letizia looks well in the strong red.Her red Herrera slingbacks are a summery touch and the trusty Skyline crawler earrings add the right finishing touch to cheer on the national Olympic team.
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