The Queen of Spain attended a meeting within the framework of the Spanish Red Cross conference on "Gender Violence: Strategies and Challenges" at the charity's headquarters in Madrid.
The aim of the conference is to evaluate the organisations response in the fight against gender violence.
The Spanish Red Cross helps more than 20,000 female victims of gender violence per year. In 10 provinces they provide temporary shelter along with employment projects to reinforce personal and professional skills to re-enter the workforce.
Queen Letizia stepped out in a new grey pant suit by Hugo Boss.
It consists of the BOSS 'Jalorra' Glen Check Double Breasted Wool Jacket and a pair of wide-leg trousers in a matching pattern. I have not been able to find a stock photo of the coordinating trousers.
Queen Letizia teamed it with a soft off-white silk blouse by Mango (US$119.95).
Draped over her shoulder was a light sand Felipe Varela wool belted wrap coat.
The coat dates back to 2010 but this is the first occasion Letizia has publicly worn it since becoming Queen consort in June 2014.
Letizia complemented the professional look with her Hugo Boss 'Fanila' clutch and black Magrit pointy-toe pumps.
She finished the ensemble with her gold bamboo design huggie hoop earrings.