Don Felipe VI and Mrs. Letizia have started the framework of activities surrounding the delivery of the 2021 Princess of Asturias Awards with the traditional pre-concert, an event that could not be held last year due to sanitary restrictions due to the pandemic. Tonight we have witnessed the musical prelude that lets us see the entire Royal Family for the first time since Eleanor’s departure for Wales at the end of August, an appointment in which the Queen has once again opted for the elegant feathers that also starred in her look two years ago.
– From the most daring to the most classic: Queen Letizia’s looks at the Princess of Asturias Awards
Green dress with a spectacular twist
As is customary for her in this event prior to the delivery of the awards, the Queen has put aside ostentation in favor of a simple bet with special details that make a difference. We had already seen her opt in Asturias for black designs with subtle appliques of rhinestones or jewel buttons, for example, and tonight her choice has been a dress midi green with a boat neckline and short flared sleeves that hid a slight slit at the back delimited by a mini-frill effect. However, the real impact blow is on the front of the suit: an eye-catching tonal feather appliqué that runs up her skirt in free fall up to a crossover slit at the hem and inevitably recalls the style with which he surprised at the concert two years ago.
Golden accessories and trick shoes
To counteract the dull hue of the dress, she has chosen metallic accessories that seal the look impeccably. It is a fashion tandem made up of salons slingback golden, by Magrit, and an envelope-type handbag in the same color, also from this Spanish brand. He has finished them off with gold hoop earrings, visible as she has worn her hair in a low ponytail, and her trusty geometric Karen Hallam ring.
– The daughters of the Kings recover their customs: same hairstyle and complementary looks
Her delicate feather corset in 2019
In view of the cancellation of this same musical encounter in 2020, the queen’s last look dates from two years ago, one that marked a before and after in her dressing room. meant the breakdown of two traditions: that of wearing a dress by Felipe Varela, its head designer, and that of leaning towards classic cut designs. The firm in charge of this spectacular two-piece set with pastel pink feather embellished corset, black ankle-length trousers and embellished ribbon at the waist was The 2nd Skin Co. As a result of this unexpected style choice, it was iIt is impossible to predict whether the Queen would return to her sober origins and minimalists by the hand of Varela or if he would definitively seal this new trend in fashion at the concert prior to the Princess of Asturias Awards.
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The Queen winks at her 2019 look with a feather dress and gold accessories