The Queen Letizia began the commitments of his weekly agenda with one with a work meeting at the Palacio de la Zarzuela on the impact on mental health during the pandemic. A meeting attended by representatives of different organizations whose vision is valuable to be able to draw a truthful map of the situation in Spain such as the Foundation for Help against Drug Addiction (FAD), the Spanish Federation of Rare Diseases (FEDER), the Spanish Committee of Representatives of People with Disabilities (CERMI), Unicef and the Red Cross.
For the occasion, Doña Letizia has once again put her trust in Spanish fashion rescuing from her closet a white dress with a blue checkered pattern from Massimo Dutti, a design from the collection spring / summer 2018, whose sale price at that time was € 89.95. Once again, an impeccable style that has been combined with a white belt that is tight around the body.
The Queen’s infallibles
As usual, Doña Letizia’s wardrobe stores very varied and disparate garments. Many of them versatile and always betting on national design as a great ambassador. In the case of this elegant design of Massimo Dutti, It was in 2018 when the Queen premiered such a design, then becoming a sales success and running out of stocks in a few hours. He wore it while presiding over the act of celebration of the 30th anniversary of the signing of the “Magna Charta Universitatum” held at the University of Salamanca.
The Queen continues with her agenda in these last days of July, prior to her summer holidays, leaving behind the most varied and elegant styles, many of them repeated, reinventing new styles that are a success like that of design by Bottega Veneta that paid tribute to the victims of the pandemic or the sophisticated Nina Ricci that she wore during the Princess of Girona Awards, both from previous seasons and that he has already worn at least once before.