King Felipe and Queen Letizia hosted a reception for the 200 young participants of the "Ruta Quetzal BBVA 2014" expedition at El Pardo Palace in Madrid.
Queen Letizia wore an ivory outfit from Hugo Boss consisting of a silk collar-less blouse and fitted pencil skirt.
The delicate 'Banora' blouse by BOSS is made from a silk blend with elastane, in plain crêpe de chine. This vanilla hued blouse is characterised by a concealed button placket and a 1-button cuff with button placket. The round neckline has decorative pleat details. It is currently available from Hugo Boss UK (£189) and Saks Fifth Avenue (US$335).
The 'Marene' pencil skirt is also from the BOSS collection. The slim fitted skirt is rendered in a cotton blend with a fine tonal diamond pattern. It features a leather-effect piping in a contrasting colour on the waistband. There are two side slash pockets and dividing seams and an exposed zipper at the back. It is currently available in navy and on sale for £129.
Letizia first premiered the skirt in April this year
It appears Letizia raided her daughters' wardrobe again, wearing the metallic gold headband from Spanish childrenswear label NANOS. She come under some criticism when she first wore it in May this year, but it's good to see that the Queen has ignored these cynics and choose to repeat it for this youth orientated reception.
The piece is adorned with three crystal stars which coordinate well with her Chanel 'Comete' diamond star stud earrings.
Doña Letizia completed the look with her Carolina Herrera python pumps.
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