The Queen Letizia continues with its schedule of events, exuding style and elegance once again, as it did during this week at events such as the Mariano de Cavia awards from ABC where he attended with a sophisticated styling in white. On this occasion, he has celebrated the day of San Juan presiding over the act on the occasion of the festivity of the patron saint of Municipal Police of Madrid. Accompanied by the mayor, José Luis Martínez-Almeida, and in the presence of other positions of the City Council, the Queen has also presented the Medals of Professional Merit and the Crosses of Merit, on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the incorporation of women to this municipal body.
For the occasion, Doña Letizia has recovered from her closet a red Salvatore Ferragamo dress. It is a design with a draped effect, gathered sleeves, a pleated midi skirt and a cinched waist to stylize the figure. A design from the Spring-Summer 2019 collection of the Italian firm that was once on sale for 1.650 euros and that he already took on previous occasions during the summer of 2019 in Mallorca, at the closing ceremony of the III International Conference on Safe Schools. A signature that he wore for the first time at that time and of which, at the moment, there is no evidence that he has included any other garment in his dressing room.
As complements, his already frequent court shoes from Carolina Herrera in nude color, which he has lately been used in different acts as he did with the acclaimed design by Moisés Nieto. As well as some of its most popular jewels, such as Aldao’s white gold, diamond and ruby earrings; and Karen Hallam’s ring.