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Queen Letizia has presided over the main event of the World Day of the Red Cross and Red Crescent that on this occasion has been celebrated in Madrid and that serves to highlight the importance of its staff and volunteers, who save lives and assist vulnerable communities around the world.

For this she has attended the Círculo de Bellas Artes, where she has been accompanied by the new president of the Spanish Red Cross, María del Mar Pageo. On this occasion, and in a style choice very far from last year (when the Queen surprised by betting on a design of full trend, a fuchsia cut out dress by Cayro Woman that left her abs exposed), she has opted for an ikat print shirt dress that we had not yet seen.

Queen Letizia's printed shirt dress

If something coincides with the look of Queen Letizia from last year to today, it is in the length of the dress. And little else. Perhaps because of the element of surprise, although that of 2023 differs greatly from that teaching abs of 2022.


Because if a peculiarity can be granted to today's dress is its unexpected print, a classic ethnic ikat in tye-dye colors, somewhat degraded and as faded.

In origin, the ikat print is common in the cultures of South America, but also in countries such as India, Thailand, Indonesia ...

It is not the first time that the Queen bets on this print, since, for example, last summer she opted for a handbag 'illustrated' with this technique for an informal outing in Mallorca with her daughters and Doña Sofía.

If we delve into the dress chosen today by the Queen, we highlight its long midi and low ruffles. It is shirt style, fastened with buttons. The waist is marked with a matching bow and the monarch has chosen to wear the long sleeves rolled up.

Queen Letizia's complements

Again Queen Letizia has chosen to rest from the very high heel. If in the confirmation of the Infanta Sofia were her faithful espadrilles the footwear chosen, this time they have been sensible and comfortable heeled salons the alternative.


It is a slingback model, to which the monarch is so faithful, in black, finished in point and square neckline.

The color, in addition to the dress, has been given by one of her Carolina Herrera bags, another constant in the Queen's wardrobe. This is in fuchsia, the color that the monarch loves, and is valued at just over 800 euros.

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