Queen Letizia's Pink Dress Makes The Color Office-Approved
If there's one color Queen Letizia can't get enough of lately, it's pink. Her summer wardrobe is overflowing with feminine florals and flowy frocks in pretty blush hues ... *swoon*. The royal somehow makes this girlish shade seem so professional and that pink pencil dress Queen Letizia just wore is proof.
If you're familiar with Her Majesty's style, then you know just how chicly she dresses. Her closet is full of Hugo Boss, Carolina Herrera, Magrit, and more. She can make a $25 dress from Zara look like a thousand bucks and has before (just recently, by the way, with a tweed midi).
Despite her sleek and professional aesthetic, the Queen is still uber feminine at heart. Rather than sport full-on ruffles to her business meetings, though, she incorporates girly elements in the subtlest way.
Queen Letizia loves a floral — example: that $100 ASOS dress she constantly wears — but hardly more than she loves the color pink. The feminine hue is proving to be a recurring theme in the royal's summer outfits and it's all the workwear inspiration you'll ever need.
On Tues., she and King Felipe VI visited Zarzuela Palace in Madrid and Queen Letizia wore a palace-worthy pink dress that could have very well been inspired by Mean Girls.
Her blush-colored boucle-crepe sheath dress hales from Michael Kors Collection and it's the most elevated take on pink you'll see all week. The sleeveless number is mid-length and form-fitting, featuring monochromatic buttons on the pockets and a metallic silver belt. She paired it with a bouncy ponytail and matching pink pumps.
It's not the first time she's worn pink this month, either. Earlier in July, Queen Letizia debuted a fuchsia fit-and-flare by Carolina Herrera and, before that, a coral Adolfo Dominguez wrap dress with a botanical print.
Her exact midi is sold out, sadly, but you can recreate the look with these office-ready pink outfits, ahead.
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Copy Queen Letizia's latest pink dress moment with this work-appropriate mini.
A shirt dress will never do your office wardrobe wrong. This one even features fun (but subtle) polka-dot print.
Queen Letizia would absolutely approve of this simple pencil-cut midi in hot pink.