Queen Letizia has resumed his agenda as monarch after the Easter holidays and he did so by attending a meeting with the Fundación Mutua Madrileña on Paseo de la Castellana. So far everything normal, but what has attracted the most attention about the return to the routine of Doña Letizia has been the risky ‘look’ with which he has welcomed spring: a jacket with an ethnic print that he has already used on other occasions but this time he has combined in an unsuccessful way.
The jacket in question is from the Spanish firm Uterqüe, which the Queen likes very much, and which premiered in an act in October 2015, but combining it with dark trousers that fit her wonderfully.
However, on this occasion, he has preferred to give it a more springy touch by wearing a white trousers by Massimo Dutti that, despite being very in trend, it did not suit him in conjunction with the jacket, as commented by fashion connoisseurs. The chosen shoes have also been highly questioned: some very high salons in a striking red color and that contrasted with the rest of the garments.
What has been applauded by fashion editors, have been their accessories, specifically, their white shoulder bag in the form of an envelope from the Furla brand.