Queen Letizia has been in Buenos Aires visiting with the royals of Argentina for a few days now and boy is she absolutely killing in the style department. She's worn a custom cocktail dress by Carolina Herrera and a dreamy mint-green midi by Hugo Boss, but her latest is something you can actually afford. You'll find Queen Letizia's orange top and pants in your favorite store.
Her Royal Highness got all dressed up in a red strapless dress for a reception at the Four Seasons Hotel on Tues. night, but before that, she spent her afternoon mingling with the Spanish community in perhaps her boldest daytime look yet.
When it comes to fashion, Queen Letizia is clearly not shy, nor is she too rich to wear the same brands as the rest of us. The fierce tangerine set she sported on the second day of her royal visit is from Zara, and it's still in stock.
The ever-stylish monarch opted for bright-orange separates, which included an extra-long, open-back, asymmetric top and corresponding trousers with trend-forward front vents on the hems. Queen Letizia paired her daring monochromatic outfit with navy-blue pumps and a cute little bee broach. How could she possibly get any cooler?
Bold isn't synonymous with expensive in this royal's case. Altogether, her Zara co-ords only cost $160. And it isn't the first time she's worn something this affordable, nor is it rare for her to shop at Zara. Her Majesty loves this budget-friendly brand just as much as every other fashion girl, it seems.
The last time Queen Letizia wore Zara was in Jan., when her blue jumpsuit had everyone fooled that it was a dress. Only about a week before that, she sported a pleated snakeskin button-up skirt by the brand. In fact, there's one dress in particular — a long-sleeved floral midi — that she loved so much she bought it in several colors.
Zara seems to be the super-attainable liaison between royal fashion and the everyday girl. Kate Middleton and Queen Rania of Jordan are both big fans of the brand, too, but there's hardly a more dedicated Zara shopper than Queen Letizia. Cop her look with the same set and other tangerine separates like it, ahead.