Letizia Ortiz opts for a Spanish design shirt to preside over the Military Easter
As every year, The Kings have presided over the traditional Military Easter on January 6, an event marked by the masks, the safety distance and the absence of crowds have marked this event presided over by the Kings, Felipe and Letizia. For this cold morning throughout Spain, and where temperatures below zero have been recorded in Madrid, Letizia Ortiz has chosen a black cape to protect her from the cold that hid almost all of her styling, where we could see a flowing black skirt that wore a very high-heeled shoe and no stockings, as required by the rules of fashion experts.
Later, at the reception with the civil and military authorities, we were able to see Letizia Ortiz’s styling without the cape, with a flowing ecru blouse decorated with striking black buttons to match the Maksu signature skirt.
Maksu is an international brand, with a Spanish creative team although with the headquarters outside of Spain and, as they themselves explain on their website, enrich their collections “looking for the best of each origin: Spanish tailoring, the ancestral techniques of Indian embroidery, Italian fabrics, silks, and hand-embroidered knit in China. ”
A mix that has not gone unnoticed by Queen Letizia, who has chosen one of her pieces for this occasion, a white silk blouse with a closed box collar and asymmetric placket with contrasting decorative buttons. A piece that is currently out of stock and that has a price of 154 euros. Can see the rest of your collection through the web or, if you live in Madrid, in their store located on Lagasca Street.