Royals Are Obsessed With This Pretty Spring Print (& It’s Easy To See Why)
It seems as though the Queen of Spain is in fashion cahoots with the Duchess of Cambridge, seeing as they wore almost the same exact outfit on Mon. You'll be doing a double take when you see how similar Queen Letizia's floral dress is to the one Kate Middleton wore to the Chelsea Flower Show. In any case, the royals have made it very clear which print they'll be wearing everywhere this season.
Queen Letizia's outfits are getting springier by the day. Her Majesty kicked off the week with an appearance at an awards ceremony for a Spanish bank and she certainly didn't skimp on the floral print.
Her long-sleeved silk midi featured allover blue botanicals with subtle pops of sunny yellow. The dress — by one of her favorite Paris fashion houses, Sandro — has a pleated neckline and slouchy silhouette, which the Queen altered slightly with the help of a thin white belt.
There must be something in the royals' water because Kate Middleton was out at the same time in a surprisingly similar dress by Erdem. In an even stranger turn of events, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden has Queen Letizia's exact dress and wore it only about a month ago.
The 46-year-old's adoration for a springy floral print has never been a secret. Two weeks ago, she attended a World Red Cross Day event in one of her go-to flowery midis from ASOS. She wore several — by Carolina Herrera and Massimo Dutti — in April, too.
In fact, one of Queen Letizia's recent bold print moments was thanks to another Sandro dress (the green one with a pleated skirt and allover paisley, that is). It's clear, though, that she and the rest of the royals are feeling particularly partial to florals lately.
While Queen Letizia's exact dress is sold out, similar prints are plentiful. Some of the Zoe Report's favorites, ahead.