On Thursday, Queen Letizia of Spain attended the panel discussion “Exceptional women: the value of an opportunity”, organized by the BBVA Microfinance Foundation at the Headquarters of the Foundation.
The BBVA Microfinance Foundation promotes economic and social development, the sustainability of people living in vulnerability.
Joining the discussion with Queen Letizia were six exceptional women who have overcome barriers: the artist Lita Cabellut; a pilot of the Air Force, a player of the Spanish Rugby Team, a plumber, a science university and a truck driver.
At the end of the meeting during which issues such as education, women’s entrepreneurship, reducing the gender gap in recent years, women’s access to traditionally men’s jobs and the breakdown of the stereotypes in sports were discussed, the Queen attended the screening of the video “Woman”.
For the day, Letizia brought back a fan favourite. She was wearing Zara cobalt pleated jumpsuit dress from label’s 2018 collection that she first wore in January 2019 to present the grants for Masters and Research Aid of the Fundación Iberdrola 2018.
Jumpsuit dress with round ruffle collar features long sleeves with ruffle appliqués on the elbows, contrasting fabric black belt and back zip closure. The dress originally retailed for $69.99 before going on sale for $19.99. It is not available any more.
Letizia paired the outfit with matching azure tone pointed toe Leather- Suede pumps from her another trusty Spanish label Magrit.
She was carrying Felipe Varela black leather chevron quilted envelope clutch.
And her Elena Carrera mini butterfly earrings finished the look.