Queen Letizia has once again set an example of knowing how to be with the choice of her dress for the National Holiday and the October 12 parade in Madrid.
It was a plain model in sky blue, asymmetrical cut with French sleeves and a matching belt as a complement.
The moment was solemn and Doña Leticia wanted to be up to par with this model from María Barragán, a Spanish firm that makes its garments in workshops in Almería and Madrid and specializes in both wedding dresses and haute couture clothing.
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The dress is made to measure for the queen and has been totally made and designed in Spain by the aforementioned firm, founded in 1992.
The brand itself describes the design as follows: “On this occasion, SS MM Doña Letizia wears a dress in a powdery blue tone. It is characterized by its midi cut with a double skirt gathered at the waist as a drape and sleeves with slight volume. In addition, as the main detail, it has a belt finished with a double buckle “.
Leticia completed her look with her hair collected, aquamarine earrings and metallic brown shoes.