Queen Letizia started her working week at the Somontes Club in Madrid where she presided over the Discapnet Awards.
The awards recognize the best initiatives and actions in the field of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) applied to improving the quality of life of people with Disability, as well as companies, entities or organizations that have developed a continuous work in the field of ICT accessibility.
Queen Letizia made a style statement in a striped blouse and bright red cigarette pants. She premiered the HUGO BOSS 'Binesa' Stripe Shirt (€279) featuring a vertically striped pattern in complementary multi-hues and finished with solid black collar and cuffs. The 100% silk shirt also has a concealed button front placket.
She coordinated the silk shirt with red Hugo Boss BOSS 'Arima' Regular-fit trousers (£169).
Letizia opted for a tonal belt, wearing the Hugo Boss 'Ley-D' belt in red leather (£125).
Letizia exteneded the colour-block coordination to her accessories, carrying her navy/red CH Carolina Herrera 'Baret' clutch bag.
On her feet she wore her Magrit 'Alicia' D'Orsay heels in red suede leather.
The final new addition to the outfit were cuff-style earrings. She debuted the Gold & Roses Double Dagger Earrings (€2,125) made of white gold and diamonds. The Spanish jeweller describes the design as being inspired by the daggers of the Arab warriors.