The King and Queen of Spain continued their contact with the logistics sector, who are key in supplying the population during the pandemic. They visited the Centro de Transportes de Coslada CTC (Coslada Transport Center) in Madrid.
The CTC is the largest multimodal logistics complex in Southern Europe. King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia attended an information session and toured two logistics and distribution companies: El Corte Inglés and Sending Transporte Urgente.
During the visit, Their Majesties, accompanied by the authorities and a group of workers from the CTC participated in a minute's silence on the final day of the official 10-day mourning period for the victims of COVID-19.
Queen Letizia wore a mix of old and new for today's outing. She brought back the black satin pintuck blouse which was first seen in 2008 at her grandmother's funeral.
The brand/designer has remained unidentified, but you may recall she also owns the style in pink chiffon which she debuted in 2016.
Letizia teamed the blouse with her 'Hugo Boss 'Trimie' Wide Leg Crop Trousers and swapped the self-belt with her black Burberry ruffled leather waist belt (shown below in a taupe colourway).
She added a new pair of on-trend high-vamp pumps. They are by Uterque and feature a leather upper with mid-block heels (sold out).
9/6/2020 03:11:30 am
Thank you for continuing to post during these times, Elizabeth.
10/6/2020 03:52:49 am
Those shoes are really cool!
10/6/2020 06:12:55 am
The Queen looks appropriately sombre though she's allowed in some femininity via the delicate top. I think it works because the black tones down the details and prevents it being too lightweight. I'm still not comfortable with these wide crops that verge on culottes, they seem neither fish nor fowl to me and come out a bit awkward.
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