After attending the opening of the IX international Spanish Congress, King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain were back in Gran Falla Theatre in the evening where they attended the “Tempo de Luz” Concert, organized by the Cervantes Institute and the Spanish Agency for Cooperation and Development (AECID)”.
Carmen Linares (Princess of Asturias Award from the Arts 2022), Marina Heredia and ‘Arcángel’ led the performances of the dance of Ana Morales (National Dance Award, 2022), the guitars of Miguel Ángel Cortés and José Quevedo (Bolita) and the percussion of ‘Pakito’ González during the concert.
Felipe and Letizia sat on the small wood seats in the courtyard and enjoyed the local art. King Felipe tried his hand at the music. At the end of the performances talked to the artists.
What Queen Letizia wore to Musical Concert in Cadiz
Heading towards Queen Letizia Style – The Stylish Spanish Queen brought her one of the most gorgeous outfits back.
Queen Letizia wore her Dandora dress. Hugo boss launched the stunning Dandora dress in a long gown version. We first saw the dress in December 2019 at the ABC Journalism awards.
The $795 Satin-back crepe evening gown with macramé and fringe detailing was described as, ‘A long-length dress by BOSS Womenswear, featuring hand-crafted macramé detailing across the shoulders and fluid fringing at the upper body and arms. Designed in a satin-back crepe made in Japan, this sleek gown is cut to a feminine silhouette with a flatteringly wide neckline. Create a chic evening look with this distinctive design’.
We also saw the dress in October 2021 at the “Francisco Cerecedo” Journalism Awards. A look at the backside.
Queen Letizia of Spain paired the outfit with a pair of black Aquazzura Forever black suede pumps. Thanks to UfoNoMore for the id.
And she was carrying her Magrit suede bag.
Letizia teamed up the look with her TOUS black diamond long chain earrings
and her Coreterno Amor che tutto move Love moves everything 18K yellow gold ring.
Next, we will see Queen Letizia at the Commemorative literary act of the centenary of the inauguration of the first Casa del Libro with King Felipe VI.