Queen Letizia repeats Sandro scarf dress for Santander Bank Social Projects event
The Queen of Spain presided over the annual Santander Bank Social Projects event at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, in Madrid.
The Santander Social Projects promotes initiatives that help improve society. With the “Euros From Your Salary” programme, Santander employees in Spain donate part of their salary to charitable causes to support a total of 12 social projects. The proposals are chosen by the bank’s employees and receive more than EUR 40,000 each. In addition, Santander matches the amounts donated by employees to ensure that the projects have a greater impact on society.
Her Majesty thanked the Santander Group for their commitment to ending social inequality.
The Queen's speech was followed by a round table, the presentation of awards and a group photograph with the winners. Before leaving Her Majesty had the opportunity to talk with the winners and the participants in the round table.
23/9/2021 04:14:30 am
I'm never going to be the biggest fan of this Sandro scarf dress, but if it works for Letizia then it's good she rewears it. I think the colour is wonderful on Letizia but I find the effect of the pattern and the way it hangs kind of droopy. Snappy black accessories from Caroline Herrera are a big help, that slingback style looks great every time.
23/9/2021 10:08:01 am
My opinion of this dress hasn't changed from the other times we've seen it. The colour tones are vibrant and the top is a unique design. However, the skirt has such an odd placement of the pattern. The downward curve below the waist looks like a giant frown. If the skirt could look like the sleeves it would be more appealing, over this very busy, rather jumbled look.
23/9/2021 10:15:40 am
Why does she keep wearing this ugly dress? It is not flattering and the print is peculiarly placed (I think anyway). She has many many beautiful dresses; this one should be put out to pasture (or donated).
30/9/2021 03:34:22 pm
I think it is the Minister of Science and Innovation, Diana Morant.
30/9/2021 05:47:37 pm
Yes, she is also a telecomunications engineer, and 41 years old.
24/9/2021 09:25:30 am
The colours are lovely but the fall of the skirt is off putting. Not a fan of this dress.
24/9/2021 11:09:47 pm
Who is the tall dark haired woman behind her? She seems quite stylish herself. I’m curious because she was present in the last post also.
30/9/2021 03:35:51 pm
Marsha had the same question! I think it is the Minister of Science and Innovation, Diana Morant.
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