Queen Letizia bets everything on orange at Marivent with a 'made in Spain' dress and gui

Queen Letizia bets everything on orange at Marivent with a ‘made in Spain’ dress and nod to Mallorca

There are no two without three, and the third time lucky, they say. This has been shown by the Queen Letizia in the Marivent Palace, where, accompanying the King Philip VI, has received the authorities of the island and a representation of the Balearic society, on the occasion of the summer stay of the Royal Family in Palma, in an event that was tradition until the pandemic arrived. For the occasion she has once again chosen the color orange, which she already wore in the Offering to the Apostle Santiago.

A reception for which has dressed to the height, leaving aside Magrit flat sandals with which they begin their stay on the island, suitable for the closing ceremony of the Atlantida Mallorca Film Fest, but not The espadrilles, footwear to which he has been faithful even in this night event.

This is, then, the third act where the Queen has been seen, this time with the King and Doa Sofa. Because let us remember that ‘to the cinema’, her great passion, she went alone, as she did in 2021, and the tour of the Cartuja was a family event where their Majesties were accompanied by Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofía.

Queen Letizia’s Charo Ruiz print dressGTRES

Queen Letizia and her most folk (and island) night

Let’s call it folk or bohemian, Queen Letizia has not wanted to forget that we are in a summer night and therefore has adapted the styling to the occasion.

She has released a dress with boho airs, long and with great print protagonist, something not very usual in the Queen, who usually has more minimalist details. As a background color, orange that seems to be her new tone from her vacation; as details, the green cacti drawn on the fabric.

The design of the dress, with a pronounced Bardot neckline, is Charo Ruiz, Spanish designer well known for her Ibizan and hippy style. Where did this firm come from that sweeps Hollywood stars and that Doa Letizia has already worn on occasion? Of Es Canar hippy market, in the north of Ibiza, where the designer from Seville began her career.

The dress is about of the ‘Aryana’ model, It is available on the brand’s website and costs 351.20 euros on sale. Its rubberized bodice gathers and becomes a sweetheart neckline that enhances the clavicle. It is fitted in the body and sleeves and expands into a skirt with volume. The power of its movement lies in the cut and its central lined buttons. .

But the thing does not end here. The print on the dress is made, like the entire collection Barbary Paradise of Charo Ruiz to which the model of the Queen belongs, by the Mallorcan artist Sebastian Marc Graham who, according to the firm, has drawn “oval strokes in poppy red that crown the areolas diluted in lime green and moss tones that contrast on three different sky blue, terracotta and black backgrounds.”

The Kings and Do

The King and Queen and Doa Sofía at the reception of the Marivent Palace.GTRES

At night, Letizia also with espadrilles

It seems that The espadrilles they are definitely the real footwear of this summer. This is how we have verified it with the model that the Queen has worn, orange as the base of the dress.

These are wedge espadrilles tied with bows, whose peculiarity lies in the fact that these are somewhat darker than the rest of the footwear.

The final detail, the earrings

The full guide to the islands where she spends her vacations has been given by Queen Letizia with her earrings from the Formentor collection of Isabel Guarch.

The Mallorcan jewelery designer It has been inspired by the pines that survive the wind and the tide in the Sierra de Tramuntana, in addition to the poem ‘Pi de Formentor’ by Costa i Llobera.

When in Rome, do as the Romans

If Queen Letizia’s stay in Mallorca this summer has been characterized in terms of fashion for something, it has been for the choice of pieces of Balearic origin, And we’re not just talking about Charo Ruiz’s dress for this occasion, which doubles as a designer based in Ibiza and a Majorcan artist.

The monarch is not only a great supporter of Spanish fashion, as she demonstrates more and more frequently, but also has guidelines through clothes and details like the one she had last Monday, that is, choose a balearic designer to walk around the island.

And the fact is that the skirt that I wore in the Cartuja de Valldemossa is from Paul Erroz, a Majorcan designer (1989) who founded his own brand in 2010, after passing through Inditex.

According to the brand, it is a made-to-measure skirt made of Majorcan ikat fabric belonging to the latest collection and developed together with the local craft workshop Bujosa textile.

They went the same way flat espadrilles or espadrilles, a flat beige model that the Queen had already premiered in Mallorca in 2021, from the brand Espardenyes Torres, of Ibiza, which perpetuates the artisan tradition.

Source: www.elmundo.es

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