The agenda of Mrs. Letizia still full of acts before the holidays And, in view of his latest looks, his philosophy of economizing and getting the most out of the clothes in his dressing room is still very present. This morning he chaired a act of State in the Royal Palace as a tribute to the victims of the pandemic. A ceremony that takes place a year after the first took place – which was held on July 16, 2020 – and where the Queen has once again shown one of her most sober facets.
He has done it with a dress of Bottega Veneta petroleum blue that, since it was acquired in 2018, It has been one of the ones that has worn the most. The garment consists of a fitted bodice with a V-neckline and a front drape and a French sleeve with a marked shoulder pad that further refines its slim figure. It is attached through a thin belt to the midi-length flared skirt with which it contrasts and that add a touch of movementor to styling.
It should be noted the slightly darker butterfly embroidery on the upper part and that could be a nod to all the drawings that adorned hospitals and banners in support of health workers and Covid-19 patients. Do not forget that butterflies are conceived as a symbol of rebirth, strength and hope, values very in line with the situation that is currently being experienced.
As for the accessories, they have also been quite discreet. On the one hand, some navy blue, almost black, Manolo Blahnik and a rectangular clutch of Carolina Herrera with a metallic detail. Both pieces had already been used on more occasions. As for jewelry, she has only opted for discreet earrings of Gold & Roses, one of his favorite firms.
Regarding the beauty look, it has been very consistent with a Italian low bun with parting in the middle that was shown with a very natural result, letting some strands fall with subtlety on both sides of the face, and a makeup in very natural peach tones.
Returning to the dress, it should be noted that although she has worn it up to six times, in each of them she has given it a different touch thanks to the variation in the hairstyle and accessories. The first time he wore it was in a trip to Santiago de Compostela in 2018 and at that time she added a beige trench coat and loose hair with waves while in the meeting with the Board of Trustees of the Princess of Asturias Foundation last June she wore her hair down and ready.
Doña Letizia has shown once again that any garment can acquire a different finish if you know how to play with accessories and other dressings.