Princess Letizia at the British Royal Wedding, May 2011
The Princess is the fashionable face of the Spanish Royals, she appeared in the Vanity Fair Best Dressed List 2009 and is a regular in different style sections, especially in her native country of Spain, but also on the international press. Most of her clothes and accessories are Spanish, thus becoming the best ambassador of Spain’s fashion industry.
In the last months she’s worn plenty of Spanish fashion and brands, most notably at the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, where she was a smashing success in two outfits by Felipe Varela, her favourite couturier, shoes by Magrit and a Pablo y Mayaya hat.
Princess Letizia at a pre-wedding dinner for royals, April 2011
Princess Letizia at Prince William's wedding, April 2011
Since the wedding the Princess of Asturias has been mixing Felipe Varela with different, affordable Spanish brands. On May 31 she sported a new Felipe Varela outfit with colourful shoes by Paco Gil:
Prince Felipe and Princess Letizia, Navarra 2011
Another brand she likes is Ailanto, she’s been spotted wearing their clothes frequently. On June she visited the Senate and delivered journalism awards wearing this dress with a Malababa bag.
Princess Letizia wearing Ailanto, June 2011
Princess Letizia with a Malababa bag named Pocahontas
A couple days later, the Princess wore an Uterqüe dress for a Skin Cancer Prevention event in Barcelona:
Princess Letizia and Uterqüe(Photo from myroyals)
During the first day of their Girona trip(covered on the blog), Doña Letizia wore a Zara dress and another Malababa bag:
Princess Letizia wearing Zara
At the Princess last public engagement, at the closure of the Impulsa Forum last week, she chose another Spanish brand, this time a repeated pink Mango dress:
Princess Letizia and Mango
Photos: Getty Images, Daylife, DiarioFemenino, Zara, Ailanto, Malababa, Terra, Uterqüe, MyRoyal’s, Felipe Varela.