Investing in printed garments that can be kept in the back of the wardrobe and do not go out of style over the years is often not an easy task. Floral, geometric or even 'animal print' prints are often difficult to combine, but there are options that can become great timeless classics, as is the case with one of the latest dresses worn by Queen Letizia. Once again, in her firm commitment to her sustainability, this Tuesday, Doña Letizia Ortiz opened her official agenda by recycling her dress with the 'animal print' that already set a trend on her day.
The Queen debuted this flattering design with a black and white print reminiscent of zebra print back in 2019, during an official trip to Cuba.
On this occasion, she has used it to attend the annual meeting with the patron members of the Princess of Asturias Foundation at the Royal Palace in Madrid, where she has opted for this design, which has become an ideal piece for this season of the year. The Hugo Boss Danimala model is a midi shirt dress, a light, practical and very comfortable design for any office day.
As in Havana, Queen Letizia has complemented the dress with pink undercut pumps by Carolina Herrera. A clear example that timeless pieces are essential to create a good wardrobe that three years later could perfectly pass for a new season.