King Felipe and Queen Letizia are on an official State Visit to Argentina. Their Majesties arrived in Buenos Aires yesterday evening, and this morning the King and Queen of Spain were formally received by the President and First Lady of Argentina at Government House for the official welcome.
Following the formalities, Queen Letizia and First Lady Juliana Awada held a meeting on early childhood and rare diseases.
For the official welcome, Queen Letizia looked effortless in an ivory midi dress by Spanish designer, Pedro Del Hierro.
The sleeveless dress is based off a design from the Spring/Summer 2019 collection (€349).
Made from 100% polyester, the dress features a round neckline with a fitted bodice and a pleated flared skirt. It appears Letizia had the long skirt modified and cropped to a midi length.
Here's a closer look at the shaping seams.
Letizia contrasted the neutral tone with her custom rust red leather & suede accessories by Magrit.
Her Majesty elevated the look with a sparkling pair of pearl drop earrings worn by her sister-in-law Infanta Elena on her wedding day.
Coincidently, the first time Letizia borrowed the earrings was when the President of Argentina and First Lady were on a State Visit to Spain in February 2017. I wonder if the earrings have any connection to the South American nation?