Queen Letizia of Spain recycles pencil skirt and £170 favourite heels for visit in Madrid
Queen Letizia of Spain, 48, is known for her stylish outfits with matching accessories. She stepped out in Madrid yesterday, showing off her chic with a stunning figure hugging outfit.
The couple attended the presentation of the ‘Scholarships of the Spanish Cooperation’, which are awarded by the European Union and Cooperation and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
A new website was created by the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation to bring all the scholarships, lectures and internships into one place, with the new platform being presented at the Viana Palace in Madrid.
Spanish Foreign Minister, Arancha González Laya, shared how more than 1,000 scholarships have been offered across 2021.
This amounted to more than €14million being spent.
It was described by the label as “a streamlined skirt by BOSS womenswear, designed in Portuguese bonded micro fabric features a fabric belt with a covered buckle and metal eyelets at the high waist.
“This midi-length skirt offers a regular rise, flattering dividing seams and a front slit at the right knee.”
Queen Letizia cinched in her slim waist with the attached belt to show off her figure.
She also went for a navy v-neck t-shirt to tuck into the pastel skirt.
Letizia loves the heels so much that she also has them in different colours including beige, which she will often wear with a brown or pale outfit.
She also held an oversized matching navy clutch to her outfit which she held in one hand.
For jewellery, the royal kept it simple with a pair of silver hoops.
While her face was covered with a face covering, Letizia went for a soft gold smokey eye with strong eyebrows and lashings of mascara.
Red is one of her favourite colours and for a visit on Tuesday, the queen went for a red chiffon dress as she visited the National Library exhibition in Madrid.
Her Massimo Dutti dress was paired with a Carolina Hererra coat and her look was completed with a pair of plum and black heels from Lodi.