Queen Letizia restyles petal pink suit for the proclamation of the FPdGi Arts and Letters Award 2021
The Queen of Spain participated in a virtual event organised by the Princess of Girona Foundation (FPdGi) in collaboration with the Autonomous Community of La Rioja to announce the winner of the 2021 Princess of Girona Arts and Letters Foundation Award.
Before announcing María Sánchez Rodríguez, a field veterinarian and writer as the winner of the 2021 Arts and Letters Award, Her Majesty hosted four previous years winners in her office at the Palace of Zarzuela to discuss the importance of art and culture, a sector severely affected by the pandemic.
The event also hosted the final of the FPdGi Entrepreneurial Challenge in which students from educational centres in La Rioja proposed solutions to the question: What will culture be like after COVID-19?
Between the 4th of March and 29th of April, the FPdGi begins a virtual tour of different autonomous communities of Spain, to publicise the activity of its programs, propose current debates and announce the new winners for 2021 in Arts and Letters, Business, Social field and Scientific Research. In addition, in each territory, the Entrepreneurial Challenge with educational centres, an online disruptive workshop that encourages creative innovation, teamwork and communication based on a guided dynamic of generating ideas about a related problem, which has been energized four weeks before.
Queen Letizia wore her pink Hugo Boss pantsuit featuring the 'Jericoa' Blazer and 'Tiluna' Trousers.
The suit has been seen on a number of occasions since its debut in December of 2019.
Letizia has always teamed it with a white blouse and tonal pink pumps. Today she offset it with a black lace-trimmed camisole.
On her feet were the black Manolo Blahnik BB snakeskin-embossed pumps featuring a custom rubber platform sole.
5/3/2021 10:13:10 pm
Elizabeth, may be the camisole this one?:
6/3/2021 01:12:04 am
Yes, I believe it's the same one but it was never identified.
6/3/2021 02:00:58 am
"Other blogs say it is by Zara. I am not sure.
5/3/2021 10:14:31 pm
I'm relieved to see the Queen style this suit differently. Until now it has always been worn with a white gathered blouse and matching pink pumps. The black separates freshen the suit, but I would have preferred a camisole without lace. While this outfit looks great seated, the presentation may not be as strong when standing. Ideally, for me, the camisole needs to be neatly tucked in and the hems of the trousers need to fall just above the ankles. When the pink pumps were worn, the outfit flowed elegantly as one. With black pumps, there needs to be a slight pause between trousers and pumps - as styled in the stock photo above.
6/3/2021 01:14:30 am
I prefer this pairing better than the white blouse. Pink and black work so well together and create a more polished look.
6/3/2021 08:17:53 am
This black camisole gives the outfit a refreshed look, different vibe. I love this pantsuit, the fit and cut is perfect. I love camisoles with lace, I dont know why, this one not so much. The pink pumps looked fabulous worn previously, this choice of shoe, snakeskin pumps, I am not a fan of, though great for a different style, to me it doesn't look as nice as the pink pumps, my personal preference only.
12/3/2021 06:57:33 am
It doesn't look like a very sophisticated lace, or maybe I should just say it looks cheap! However, an expensive, sensuous lace would definitely be going too far, I think we have work to do on our black layering with this one!
13/3/2021 08:21:07 am
Yes, Bertie I think your right. Definitely, sensuous lace would not be appropriate.
6/3/2021 01:53:10 pm
I prefer this pink suit with black, rather than a white top and pink shoes. The contrast adds much more interest. I do agree with Jennifer, that the lace on the camisole is not the best look. It detracts from the professional image that the suit gives. I'd like to see this pink suit with a navy top and navy shoes. Burgundy would also be a nice colour to try with it.
8/3/2021 07:22:11 pm
Here in Spain is the last to wear, everybody has a "camisa lencería" or top lencero with a pantsuit, even the tv presenters
11/3/2021 11:03:31 pm
Hi Simone, a lace-trimmed camisole can look lovely under a trouser suit. The issue with Letizia's lace-trimmed camisoles is that they often fit badly. You can see on the camisole worn above and the Poète 'Galaxy' camisole (22/07/2020), that the lace trim sits far too high on her chest. This looks clumsy and awkward. For a lace-trimmed camisole that complements 'Her' body type, Letizia would most likely need to shop around and spend more.
12/3/2021 07:22:30 pm
Hi Jennifer, with all my respect...."spend more"...a money who she does not have.
14/3/2021 04:08:17 am
Hi Simone, I am aware that the Queen has to spend her money very wisely :o) I have often said here that I think Letizia and her stylist should buy less and choose better. What I meant was, rather than buying lots of mediocre camisoles (she has at least four that I can remember - I appreciate that they are different colours) I would buy two that fit perfectly from mid-range Spanish brands that can be mixed and matched across a wardrobe. The camisoles would cost more individually, but in only buying two quality ones rather than many mediocre ones she would be spending less money overall.
12/3/2021 06:55:32 am
The HB pink suit works well on Letizia with those tapered slim leg pants. It looks great with some black contrast too, livens things up nicely, I love the snakeskin Blahnik pumps, a welcome touch of contrast texture. Not so sure about the lacy camisole, I like having a black top but lacy on something so flimsy is a touch racy for business meeting purposes. Just my inner prude emerging there!
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