Spanish King Felipe and Queen Letizia ended the day 2 of the State visit to Argentina by hosting an official reception in the honour of President and First Lady of the host country.
The reception was attended by the 400 guests from both countries.
After the reception, Felipe and Letizia travelled city of Córdoba, where they will inaugurate the VIII International Congress of the Spanish Language (CILE) on Wednesday before heading back to home.
For the evening, Queen Letizia stepped out in a stunning bespoke red off-shoulder dress from Roberto Torretta. The mid-length dress features an asymmetric small petal wrap on the front of the bodice with a belted midsection.
As always, Nuria Tiburcio found the id. The label put the information on their Instagram page that the piece was the bespoke version of their dress from the Spring/Summer 2016 collection.
Letizia paired the dress with contrasting black. She was wearing black Manolo Blahnik Gotrianc Slingbacks 105 Pumps from label’s Spring Summer 2019 collection that were debuted at XVII Concert tribute to the victims of terrorism earlier this month.
Letizia carried Bottega Veneta Knot satin and snakeskin clutch that was debuted in October 2018 at Journalism Awards. The clutch is currently retailing for $2100 at MyTheresa.
Giving some bling to the outfit, Letizia wore black diamond earrings from the Swiss firm De Grisogono that she has since 2006, shown here when she wore them at 2017 Princess of Asturias Awards Ceremony in October 2017. Queen finished her look with “joyas de passar” Cartier bracelet that once belonged to Queen Victoria Eugenia.