Mrs. Leizia she always makes an impact with her outfit at the journalism awards that ABC awards each year. And this happened this Tuesday, because to lead the delivery of the Mariano de Cavia, Luca de Tena and Mingote awards together with the King, the Queen decided to repeat – as usual – one of her most praised and stylish models. Is about a white satin dress, shirt style and ‘oversize’, with a crossed closure and draped at the hip.
The garment is the work of the brand Lola Li, created by Amparo Utrilla and Miguel Reveriego with the idea of making elegant, feminine and cosmopolitan fashion, but with a Spanish character. Mrs. Letizia it premiered in 2019 at the Teatro Real. Then he did it with a pair of transparencies and black leather by Manolo Blahnik, but this time he opted for some metallic undercuts, from the Magrit firm, which he accompanied by a silver envelope.
The Queen was left this time the loose mane parted in the middle and wore hoop earrings like any jewel. The King also followed protocol by wearing a bow tie (for them it was a cocktail). Both led, as every year, the delivery of the most prestigious journalism awards in Spain awarded by ABC and this time they were at the hands of Javier Cercas, José María Carrascal and Ricardo.
On Lola Li’s website there are several similar dresses in white matte satin, all with midi length, side drape, neckline and a tuxedo look. The most similar to that of the Queen is the Carli model (€ 300).