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.
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