The Queen of Spain often sports high-street fashion on her trips and visits. Whether she opts for a dress or a smart look with trousers, Queen Letizia mixes affordable brands from Zara to Massimo Dutti. She has also been spotted re-wearing dresses on numerous occasions, showing that she is isn’t one to waste a nice outfit. With most of the world being in lockdown this year due to the coronavirus outbreak, the Spainsh royal family started to visit countries to see how they were recovering.
Back in June, the Spainsh royal family visited the Canary Islands as the country started recovering from the coronavirus crisis.
They began their tour in Gran Canaria where Queen Letizia stunned fans in an expensive looking dress from one of her favourite high-street brands, Zara.
The sage green maxi number featured buttons down the middle as well as a loose fitting top which she tied at the waist.
The pale dress featured a beaded and embroidered design with a floral-style pattern and white dots.
The dress cinched in at the waist and dropped down into a dipped hemline where the front was slightly shorter than the back.
It was from a high-street brand she is often pictured wearing, Spanish brand Massimo Dutti.
Whilst this particular dress is no longer for sale, similar styles on the website are retailing for just £50.
Again, she opted for her cream espadrille sandals which tied up around her ankle.
In August, Queen Letizia was seen sporting a white maxi summer dress with an embroided design and delicate drills on the straps.
This was in Menorca where she was enjoying her summer holiday with her husband King Felipe of Spain.
The gorgeous dress featured buttons down the middle with a scalloped hem which has an A-line style skirt.
The dress was selling for £150 from a Uterque, a Spanish label that’s from the same group as high-street retailer Zara.
It sold out instantly but has been stocked up several times since Queen Letizia was pictured wearing the summer dress.
Although Massimo Dutti is classed as a high-street brand, it is on the more expensive side compared to other brands like Zara.
However Queen Letizia often sports this brand including her most recent visit being one to a meeting with the Spanish Association Against Cancer.
The dress, which costs around £100, has been out of stock in over a year since Letizia first wore it back in 2019.
Letizia often shows her thrifty side as she has been seen recycling outfits on numerous occasions.
The stylish navy floral midi number featured a shirt top with buttons up the middle and long sleeves which cuff at the wrists.
The dress has a loosely pleated skirt with light peach flowers covering it from top to bottom.
Queen Letizia often opts for natural makeup, keeping her eyeshadow simple with minimalistic jewellery.