Queen Letizia sparkles in green during her State Visit to Portugal this
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Three days, six outfits, not one single tiara. Despite high hopes for sparkling dinner during the Spanish State Visit to Portugal, which ran from November 28th to November 30th 2016, Letizia kept it simple and left the diamonds behind. Not to worry, we still got a quintet of looks that are well worth remembering. Here is Letizia's State Visit style in Portugal.
For the first day of the visit, Queen Letizia went for a vision in lilac. The lace coat was purest pale lavender while the darker dress behind added definition.
It's very classy and very classic and just interesting enough for a second look. An updo and some pearl earrings added the finishing touches and made a super start to the State Visit wardrobe.
Hopes were high for a tiara moment at the State Banquet on day one but the Queen of Spain decided against diadems and went for a knockout lace look instead.
There is nothing not to love about this black embellished bonanza with its white underlay. From the neat top to the clever skirt which adds flounce without frills and then on to the slicked back hair and red lips, this is a win, win, win.