Queen Letizia, wife of King Felipe VI of Spain, is known for her stylish and sophisticated fashion choices. The Queen usually opts for suits and dresses in block colours, such as white, green, red, or black.
For her latest visit to Oliva, near Valenica in southern Spain, Letizia opted for a bright red suit.
A fan of high street retailers, the Queen’s suit was from Spanish brand Zara.
Many of Letizia’s clothes are from more affordable designers, suggesting that she is mindful of budgets and perhaps prefers to spend money on other things.
She also often rewears garments from her wardrobe, which demonstrates she may be environmentally conscious and aware of the issues surrounding fast fashion.
Both the Queen and King of Spain had a conversation with Mr Brines in his garden, and King Felipe placed the prize – which was in the form of a gold medal – around the poet’s neck.
Letizia stole the show during the visit in her eye-catching blood-orange two-piece suit from Zara.
The outfit featured a long asymmetric top with long sleeves and wide-legged trousers in the same bright, red-orange colour.
The Queen paired the ensemble with nude slingback heels, made of patent leather and by Venezuelan-American designer Carolina Herrera.
As for jewellery, Letizia wore small gold hoops and her favourite gold ring on Wednesday.
On Tuesday this week, the Queen wowed royal fans again when she stepped out in a green dress to attend the Children and Youth Literary Awards Ceremony in Madrid.
The dress was from Spanish brand Sandro and featured long sleeves, a low neckline, and a pleated skirt, all covered in a white paisley print.
Letizia paired the dress with black crocodile-print embossed stilettos and a matching black bag with a gold chain.