King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain are on 3 days state visit to Argentina. On day 2 King started the day with a meeting with Argentine and Spanish businessmen at the headquarters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Queen Letizia along with Mrs. Juliana Awada attended a meeting with representatives of the Ibero-American Alliance of Rare, Orphan or Uncommon Diseases (ALIBER), which is an organization that coordinates actions to strengthen the associative movement, gives visibility to Rare Diseases and represents people with rare diseases of Ibero-America before local, regional, national and international organizations, creating a space of joint and permanent collaboration to share knowledge, experiences and good practices in the social, health, educational and labor
Founded in 2013 by 11 patient organizations, today ALIBER has become an network , that empowers associations of patients with rare diseases and their families, representing a group of 47 million people affected by Uncommon Diseases through the more than 500 organizations that live in 15 countries of Ibero-America.
Later in the morning morning, Felipe and Letizia moved to La Rural, where they received the Spanish community living in Buenos Aires.
Letizia meeting the Spnish people Argentina.
For the day events, the thrifty Queen striked again, and chose an orange 2 piece outfit from Spanish label Zara. Big Thanks to Nuria Tiburcio on Twitter for the id.
She wore $89.90 long asymmetric top featuring long sleeves, round neckline, asymmetric hem, with a deep vent and a buttoned opening in the back.
Letizia teamed up the top with Zara Side Vent Pants. $69.90 Mid waist trousers with front pockets and decorative jetted back pockets features front vents at the hems and metal hook, button and zip fastening.
Both pieces are still available on Zara Online Store.
Letizia paired the outfit with contrast blue shoes and accessories. It looks like she was wearng her Nina Ricci pointy-toe pumps. And carried a matching suede clutch.
The high light of the outfit was a brooch that we saw for the first time. Talented Spanish Freind Nuria messaged me about its origin. She and Sara from LetiziadePaR found it.
The bee-shaped brooch was gifted to Queen by the First Lady of Dominican Republic during Letizia’s cooperation visit to the country in May 2018.
The brooch came with a pair of matching earrings that Queen did not wear today. She wore a new pair of earrings from CooLook.
She was wearing gold hoops from label’s rain collection.