Queen Letizia’s Best Looks of the Year

Queen Letizia of Spain's best looks of 2019

Queen Letizia in Zara Jumpsuit for BBVA Discussion
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2019 – An year of adventures, new styles and new connections is about to end. Queen Letizia of Spain had another busy year. Starting the year with annual Military Easter, Queen undertook 10 engagements in January alone.

Queen Letizia at IN Project
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On Style front that month the highlights were two Zara numbers that were unsurprisingly elegant and budget-friendly. She debuted a monochrome skirt from home label at a Palace audience, that wowed the royal style watchers. Her Zara Pleated Jumpsuit that we initially mistook for a dress set the tone of the year.

Queen Letizia wore white silk gown and floral tunic from Felipe Varela for Gala Dinner in Morocco
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February came with two state visits for the Spanish Queen. In the beginning, Felipe and Letizia visited the Kingdom of Morocco, where Queen showed how to be royally stylish and demure on the foreign land. Her white tulle tunic gown was the show-stopper while she kept rest of the tour wardrobe very professional yet elegant.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia at Gala dinner for Peru visit
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After Morocco State visit, Queen Letizia undertook 4 engagements before welcoming President and First Lady of Peru. During Peru state visit to Spain, we saw the return of two fan-favourites. The grey gown Spanish Queen chose on the pre-wedding gala dinner of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in 2011. The gown was such a hit that famous Doll company Barbie designed a Queen doll based on this look.

Queen Letizia at Peru Reception in Nina Ricci Dove Gray Dress
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Letizia ended the month with another grey hit at Peru Reception – Nina Ricci Dress debuted in 2017.

Queen Letizia of Spain visited London to open an exhibtion wtih Prince Charles
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March was usually the calm but busy month for Spanish Queen. 2019 was not any exception. The highlight of the month was Queen Letizia’s return to the United Kingdom where she joined Prince Charles of Wales at an exhibition wearing a stunning Carolina Herrera number that made another comeback later in the year.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia in Argentina
King Felipe and Queen Letizia in Argentina

King Felipe and Queen Letizia are one of the busiest Royals in the world. That showed from the number of State visits they undertook.

Queen Letiai wore Pedro Del Hierro Dress in Argentina
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In March the couple travelled to Argentina, Where we saw Letizia in 5 stunning outfits – off-white midi dress by Pedro Del Hierro,

Queen Letizia at Gala Dinner in Argentina
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A teal midi frock at reception,

Queen Letizia wore orange red top and pants during Argentina visit
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A budget-friendly Zara trouser-tunic, A show-stopping red off-shoulder dress from Roberto Torretta and return of Massimo Dutti Ivory Pleated Dress with two-tone Print from 2018.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia hosted a reception in Argentina
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In April, keeping her style choices low-key, Queen Letizia of Spain undertook the annual Co-operation visit – this year the destination was Mozambique.

Queen Letizia in Floral Sandro dress for award ceremony
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May – the beginning of the summer – Queen rolled her sleeves and was back to work in full force. She undertook a total of 13 engagements in the month bringing back her elegant ASOS dress, and a new summer Sandro Dress.

Queen Letizia and Duchess of Cambridge at Order of Garter Service
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June brought us one of the historic moments. After completing 6 engagements in Spain, Letizia joined her husband King Felipe for the Annual Order of Garter Service with the British Queen Elizabeth, where we got our iconic picture – Queen Letizia with Duchess of Cambridge in one frame. Both ladies chose elegant monochrome for the day.

Queen Letizia in Baby Blue dress at Order of Merit Presentation
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Two days after the Service, Felipe and Letizia had a big moment, when their daughters joined them for the presentation of the Order of Merit at the Palace. Queen Letizia wore an elegant baby blue shift dress that is still unidentified.

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In the last month before the annual summer break, Letizia was out and about almost every day fulfilling the role of dutiful Spanish Queen while keeping the attention to the wardrobe minimum. Her style highlight was another budget-friendly Zara Tweed Dress with Gem Buttons debuted at Palace audience.

Queen Letizia of Spain dazzled in Monochrome Carolina Herrera at Swan Lake (10)
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I was not expecting anything big from Queen Letizia during the summer break in August – but the darling Queen of Spain still gave us stunning outfit inspirations during her off.

Queen Letizia in red Halter Neck dress at the Gala Dinner in Cuba
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Whether it was black and white Carolina Herrera dress or a UFO red halter dress or simple summer floral dress from Spanish label Adolfo Dominguez, we were spoiled with one after another stunning choice.

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Queen came back to work in September but decided to make it a month of recycling. She brought back pieces from her wardrobe one after another.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia at National Day Celebrations
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October is the most prominent month in the Spanish Royal Calender. The family lead the country at the Hispanic day – this year Queen chose a cute pink dress. That was followed by the Princess of Asturias Awards.

Queen Letizia dazzled in the 2nd skin top and pants at princess of asturias awards musical concert
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Queen started the style parade with a stunning ruffled top paired with black trouser from 2nd skin at the Musical Concert ahead of the awards.

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Next was another big return – She wore her wedding dress designer Pertegaz’s number after 15 years of her wedding to meet the winners of the awards.

Queen Letizia wore red Felipe Varela Dress to Princess of Asturias Awards 2019
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On Princess of Asturias Leonor’s big day when she presented her namesake awards for the first time, Queen chose a simple yet elegant red dress form her head designer Felipe Varela.

Queen Letizia wore green matilde Cano gown at the coronation of japanese king
Spain’s King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia leave the Imperial Palace in Tokyo after attending Japanese Emperor Naruhito’s enthronement ceremony on Oct. 22, 2019. (Photo by Kyodo News via Getty Images)

As I said October is a big month –  so the national events were followed by two other big royal events. The Spanish Royal Couple attended the coronation of Japnese King. In the morning Letizia wore a green floral Matilde Cano gown.

Queen Letizia wore fuchsia Carolina Herrera gown at the enthronement gala of Japanese emperor
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While in the evening we saw a Princess style Carolina Herrera gown.

Queen Letizia wore Temperley London dress in South Korea
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The month ended with a State visit to South Korea during which Queen debuted British label Temperley London.

Queen Letizia wore Boss Danimala Printed Shirt Dress Carolina Herrera Croc-effect Leather Slingback pumps, Initials Insignia Satchel in cuba
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November was the month of something old and something new.

Queen Letizia wore Nina Ricci Mint Green Dress in Cuba
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The Spanish Queen joined her husband for the State Visit to the Cuba where we some real gems like Boss Danimala Printed Shirt Dress followed by mint blue Nina Ricci Number.

Queen Letizia wore Dries Van Noten Dress to Francisco Cerecedo Awards
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Letizia ended the month on the stylish note with Dries Van Noten black wool-blend Embellished Floral-Jacquard Dress at the journalism awards.

Queen Letizia of Spain cut an Elegant Figure in Black coat Dress at UN Health and Climate Change event
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This year December was a pretty light month, Queen undertook 8 engagements bringing us elegant black Carolina Herrera coat, heart-stealing black Hugo Boss fringe dress

Queen Letiza of Spain dazzled in black midi dress at ABC Newspaper awards
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and an edgy Uterque embroidered sweater.

Queen Letizia chose Uterque black embroidered sweater for FAD meeting
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Which one is your favourite look form the Spanish Queen?

Queen Letizia wore white Hugo Boss top and H&M Conscious Collection Linen-Silk Blend Long Skirt at UN Climate Change Conference
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Click Here to vote, voting is opened till and I will announce the result on January 14, 2020.

I wish all of you a very Happy New Year!! We will see Queen Letizia on January first week hopefully at the Military Easter.


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Queen Letizia of Spain ended the official decade in petal Pink

Queen Letizia wore soft petal pink Hugo Boss suit at the Palace Exhibition

Queen Letizia wore soft petal pink Hugo Boss suit at the Palace Exhibition
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On Tuesday, Queen Letizia of Spain undertook the last official engagement of the year and decade. She visited the exhibition “The other Court – Women of the House of Austria in the Royal Monasteries of the Barefoot and the Incarnation” held at the Royal Palace in Madrid.

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In Madrid, very close to each other, there are the two Royal Monasteries, the Monastery of the Royal Barefoot, built in the 16th century and inhabited by Franciscan nuns, and the Monastery of the Incarnation, built in the 17th century and inhabited by nuns Augustinians.

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This exhibition includes portraits of women from the House of Austria in these monasteries, combining palatial and religious aspects.

Queen Letizia wore soft petal pink Hugo Boss suit at the Palace Exhibition
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The Royal Palace welcomed the project that shows the way in which the palatial and religious aspects are united within the international courtly context characteristic of the House of Austria and especially, the strong relations with the Austrian Empire, in the 16th and 17th centuries.

Queen Letizia wore soft petal pink Hugo Boss suit at the Palace Exhibition
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In the Monastery of the Barefoot, the first Cortes of Madrid were held in 1339. Carlos I and Isabel of Portugal also resided there. In addition, Joan of Austria was born here, founder of the Monastery of the Royal Barefoot in the year 1559, and, also lived Maria of Austria, whose remains are in the choir of the church.

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Queen Margarita was the driving force behind the creation of Monastery of the Incarnation after getting the Augustinian nuns of Valladolid to move to Madrid. However, the inauguration of the monastery took place 5 years after the death of the Queen and that is why it was inaugurated with a party in honour of the Queen.

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During the visit, Queen Letizia received the explanations from the curator of the exhibition, hosted in the Genoa Halls of the Royal Palace, Fernando Checa.

Queen Letizia wore soft petal pink Hugo Boss suit at the Palace Exhibition
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Finally, Doña Letizia held a brief meeting with the attending authorities, responsible for the exhibition and guests.

Queen Letizia wore soft petal pink Hugo Boss suit at the Palace Exhibition
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For the day, Queen Letizia chose a very soft looking professional look.

Queen Letizia wore Boss Jericoa Stretch Wool Double Breasted Blazer and Tiluna Stretch Wool Ankle Trousers
Boss Jericoa Stretch Wool Double Breasted Blazer and Tiluna Stretch Wool Ankle Trousers

She was wearing Hugo Boss petal pink suit.

Boss Jericoa Stretch Wool Double Breasted Blazer
Boss Jericoa Stretch Wool Double Breasted Blazer

The suit consists of $595 Boss Jericoa Stretch Wool Double Breasted Blazer described on Nordstrom as “The classic power jacket shows its softer side when it’s cut from season less Italian stretch wool in a petal-pink hue”.

Queen Letizia wore Boss Tiluna Stretch Wool Ankle Trousers
Boss Tiluna Stretch Wool Ankle Trousers

The blazer is paired with $248 Boss Tiluna Stretch Wool Ankle Trousers described as, “An ankle-skimming length contributes to the winning, slimming silhouette of these seasonless stretch wool suit pants.” The trouser is available on Nordstrom.

Queen Letizia wore Carolina Herrera cap sleeve silk blouse with pleated neckline
Carolina Herrera Cap-Sleeve Silk Blouse

Queen teamed up the suit with white Carolina Herrera pleated neckline blouse with cap sleeves.

Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Women's Mayfair Pump 90-pa Closed-Toe
Hugo Boss Women’s Mayfair Pump 90-pa Closed-Toe

Letizia matched the look with petal pink Hugo Boss Women’s Mayfair Pump 90-pa Closed-Toe that are currently available on Amazon.

Queen Letizia wore Gold Huggie Hoop Earrings in Cuba
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Her UFO gold Bamboo earrings debuted during Cuba visit last month

Queen Letizia Karen Hallam Ring
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and Karen Hallem ring finished the look.

Queen Letizia wore soft petal pink Hugo Boss suit at the Palace Exhibition
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We do not have any other engagement schedule for Queen Letizia in 2019. I believe we will see the Spanish Queen in New Year and new decade now. Most probably the Queen will start the royal duties at the Military Eastern in the first week of January.

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Simple, Stylish and Stunning – Spanish Queen Letizia attended the Traffic Accidents Global Forum

Queen Letizia wore Black Boss sweater and zara animal print skirt at Traffic forum

Queen Letizia wore Black Boss sweater and zara animal print skirt at Traffic forum
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Today Queen Letizia of Spain attended the First Global Forum on the Socioeconomic Impact of Traffic Accidents with Child Victims at the Abertis headquarters in Madrid. The forum was organized by The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), in collaboration with the Abertis Foundation.

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Traffic accidents are a major public health problem in developing countries. In those countries, injuries caused by traffic accidents cause more than 90% of all deaths and are the leading cause of child death of children over 10 years worldwide.

Queen Letizia wore Black Boss sweater and zara animal print skirt at Traffic forum
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After the arrival of Queen Letizia at the headquarters of the Abertis Foundation, the event began with the intervention of the CEO of Abertis, José Aljaro, and the screening of the video: “Rights of way”, which summarizes the pioneering project of the Abertis Foundation together with UNICEF and the Institute Guttman, in which they promote the right of children to return from school in a safe way.

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A round table discussion was held where the road safety report “Every child counts. The impact of traffic accidents with child victims”, was discussed and a video “I can wait”, was projected which signals the latest campaign on road safety, dedicated to raising awareness about driving distractions due to the use of mobile phones.

Queen Letizia wore Black Boss sweater and zara animal print skirt at Traffic forum
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If best practices are adopted in the prevention of traffic accidents, it is estimated that the lives of 1,342 children could be saved, with a reduction of 5% and 10% in high-income and middle or low-income countries, respectively with a figure equivalent to the global socioeconomic cost of 1 billion dollars, according to the LSE report.

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Now to What Letizia Wore – Spanish Queen chose a simple and stunning look.

Hugo Boss 'Fayna' cashmere sweater
Hugo Boss ‘Fayna’ cashmere sweater

She wore black knitted Hugo Boss ‘Fayna’ cashmere sweater.

Zara Serpienct Print Belt Skirt
Zara Serpienct Print Belt Skirt

And paired the sweater with Serpienct Print Belt Skirt from Spanish label, Zara. We last saw the look in January this year during Palace audience.

Magrit Francesca Boots
Magrit Francesca Boots

Letizia wore her black Magrit Francesca Boots.

Queen Letizia wore Black Boss sweater and zara animal print skirt at Traffic forum
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Upon arrival, she was wearing her black wool coat.

Queen Letizia Gold & Rose white gold and diamond double dagger earrings
Gold & Rose white gold and diamond double dagger earrings

Her Gold & Rose white gold and diamond double dagger earrings

Queen Letizia Karen Hallam Ring
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And Karen Hallam ring finished the look.


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