Since Doña Letizia became Queen in 2014, there are many traditions and rules of protocol and clothing that have been changing and changing over the years. One of those protocol rules when it comes to dressing that changed with Letizia is that women wear black and with mantillas and a comb in the flag delivery acts. This is how Doña Sofía and the infantas Elena and Cristina did it for years, and even her own Queen in the first years of her reign.
Over the years, Doña Letizia decided to change this name to dress in black, no long suits and goodbye to the mantilla and that is how she was seen this Tuesday during a delivery of the flag held in Cartagena, an act that she has presided over and where The National Flag has been delivered to the Special Naval Warfare Force (FGNE) of the Marine Infantry, based in La Algameca.
For the occasion, Doña Letizia has chosen a short white dress ideal for this time of year. It is a midi dress, with details of guipure lace flower motifs, round neck and sleeveless. With a tight waist and some flare in the skirt, in this part of the dress a semi-transparency effect was appreciated that allowed the legs to be sensed in a subtle and elegant way.
As accessories and adding a note of color, she has added the sky blue slingback pumps with thin heels from Magrit and as jewels her diamond and blue topaz earrings from Bvlgari together with her inseparable ring from Karem Hallan. While in the 'beauty' style, a ballerina bun and flattering natural makeup have complemented the look perfectly.