Queen Letizia made a sartorial nod to St Patrick's day by wearing an all-green ensemble to the Kunstmuseum Basel exhibition opening at the Reina Sofía museum (Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía).
This is the third occassion Letizia has repeated this outfit since debut on Columbus Day in October 2014.
The ensemble consists of a custom Felipe Varela fitted teal boucle tweed dress, Magrit bespoke teal suede platform pumps and Felipe Varela pewter leather trapeze clutch.
There was however a new addition to Letizia's look today. She premiered a new pair of earrings from Spanish born jeweler, Monica Vinader.
Keeping with the green theme, she wore the 'Siren Wire' earrings (£115). The earrings feature an irregular shaped multi-faceted Green Onyx gemstone encased in 18ct Gold Plated Vermeil on Sterling Silver.
The earrings are part of the 'Siren' collection which features coloured gemstones and organic shapes inspired by sea-worn treasures and the glamour of southern Italy. Here's just a small sample from the collection:
This is the first time we have seen Queen Letizia wear a piece of jewelry from Monica Vinader, however she's not the first royal to do so. In October last year, the Duchess of Cambridge premiered a set from Monica Vinader's 'Riva' collection.
Unfortunately, this was Letizia's last public engagement of the week. She was scheduled to meet the President of Costa Rica and his wife, however, they had to cancel their trip due to the recent volcanic eruption in their country.
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