4 Monochrome Red Outfit Ideas Inspired By Queen Letizia
Alongside slime green and vibrant orange, red is shaping up to be one of the biggest colors of the season, and the ever-stylish Queen Letizia hasn't wasted anytime trying it. Between the leather skirt, Zara jumpsuit, and leopard-print coat she's sported within the past month, this royal is proving that 2019 could possibly be her most fashionable year yet. The Queen's latest outfit may just inspire you to wear a monochrome red outfit this weekend.
Her Majesty was apparently feeling the Valentine's Day vibe during her royal visit to Morocco on Thurs. She wore the most romantic Carolina Herrera dress with matching accessories to her most recent appearance at the National Library in Rabat. The dress, from the designer's Fall-Winter 2017 collection, has a mid-length A-line skirt that's embellished with charming tulle flowers and velvet long sleeves.
The bodice, cinched at the waist with a matching velvet belt, features sequins in a geometric design. The royal accessorized the dress with her beloved red suede heels by Lodi, which she's worn before, as well as an envelope-style clutch by Spanish brand Reliquiae.
A pair of diamond- and ruby-encrusted drop earrings peaked through her loose chestnut curls. The 46-year-old pulled off her monochrome crimson ensemble seamlessly. But then again, Queen Letizia always does.
Red is clearly having a moment, according style role models like Victoria Beckham and Priyanka Chopra, who have both reached for the hue this season. A rich burgundy like Queen Letizia chose is the perfect cold-weather hue.
It's so easy to get into a fashion rut mid-winter — by the time Feb. rolls around, the theme of your look is probably just all-black-everything — but monochromatic maroon will breathe life back into your wardrobe.
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Copy the Queen's aesthetic with this floral embroidered, wrap-front mini with long sleeves.
These slip-on kitten heels feature the sweetest bow to add a bit more oomph to your romantic red dress.
Winter weather calls for a cozy ribbed sweater dress like this. Its puffy sleeves and pleated hem add charisma to the look.
Opt for this mock-neck number instead. It's simple enough to be subtle, but the flowy sleeves keep it fun.
Experiment with two trends at once with these Western-inspired boots.
There's hardly a more romantic look than this satiny, strappy slip dress. Pair it over a basic white tee to dress it down casually.