Combat Boots Can Be Professional Too According to Queen Letizia’s Look

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Looking through Queen Letizia ‘s style file, you’ll easily come across loads of cool, polished pieces for example, suede pumps, belted pencil skirts, and plaid blazers all of which are primed for fashion. That said, there are few times where the Queen of Spain prefers somewhat more relaxed clothes, the latest of which included a shocking pair of casual, chic girl-approved shoes. Queen Letizia’s combat boots are a casual contrast to her go-to pumps, and they’re ticking a box for the main theme in fall accessories.

On Nov. 5 the queen was spotted in Madrid, where she was heading to the headquarters of the FAD in heavy rain. Although she was attending a conference, the look she had gone with was especially stripped of the normal makings of a royal outfit.  Letizia opted for an ankle-length, single-breasted trench coat, which shed woody tones in favour of traditional black. Below, she put on a plain knit long-sleeve in the same black hue, matching it with pressed jeans in traditional glen plaid. Then came the accessories a wide-profile purse and a pair of black combat boots, which celebrities have hit in record numbers since late. To complete the outfit, she went for the classic, functional accessories the enormous umbrella, the rainy weather braving, and the necessary face covering. Overall, the whole look is the ultimate understated wardrobe for a day of meetings, whether over Zoom or IRL and you can possibly replicate it with items that are already in your wardrobe.

If you’re going to need a few new looks to pull it off, there are plenty of ways to get her look including The Row’s Adonide Coat, which is almost a dupe of Letizia’s. For her pants, Joie‘s got a version that’s on offer for 70% off and they’re incredibly stylish. As with her cult-loved combat boots, there are plenty of brands putting their own twist on it like the Parisian shoe brand Clergerie, whose slightly heeled design helps to get the same look that Letizia nailed.

Recreate the whole outfit with the styles ahead:

Adonide Single-Breasted Coat $1,590 | The Row

You Got This Mock Neck Top $39 | Modcloth

Abony High Rise Pant $74 | Joie

Convertible Clutch $145 | Cuyana


Ankle Boots Eden, Black $795 | Clergerie

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