Queen Letizia Of Spain Vs. Kate Middleton: Who Wore High Street Better?
Queen Letizia of Spain, just like her British royal counterpart Kate Middleton, loves to wear high-street labels. The 43-year-old joined her husband King Felipe VI to present the Iberdrola 2016 Scholarships in Madrid. She looked stunning in a floral Zara dress.Advertisement
Queen Letizia and Felipe looked loved up at the event. They shared a light moment on stage when the monarch beamed at his stylish wife and laughed together. The Spanish queen was glammed up for the occasion in an above-the-knee dress by Spanish high-street label Zara, Hello reports.
Letizia’s sold out chiffon dress featured round neck, long puffed sleeves and a delicate lily print. It was cinched in at the waist with an elastic detail and showed off Queen Letizia’s slim waistline. She accessorized with a mix of high street and high end accessories.
Queen Letizia opted for Zara drop earrings, a pink Adolfo Dominguez clutch bag and Prada nude court shoes. Her long blonde highlighted locks were worn down in a straight style, and kept in a side part. The Spanish royal’s makeup consisted of smoky eyes and a slick of pink lipstick.
Felipe looked dapper in a sleek navy suit paired with a white shirt and striped tie. The father-of-two completed his look in a pair of black lace-up shoes. Meanwhile, Letizia went for a date night with her husband to watch the concert of Rod Stewart at Teatro Real in Madrid on Tuesday.
The Spanish royals enjoyed the concert sitting with other attendees instead of opting for the royal box, Hello reports. Here too, Letizia’s style game was on-point in a stunning black dress while her husband was dressed in a navy suit and maroon tie. The pair was pictured singing along in the concert and at one point Queen Letizia was even seen clicking pictures from her mobile phone.
Queen Letizia mostly champions Spanish designer Felipe Varela during official engagements. The Spanish royal is known for her flawless style and is often compared to Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge for recycling dresses as well as mixing designer and high-street.