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Auto Shows Autumn trend: Queen Letizia inspires in a stylish pleated skirt

18:25  26 october  2020
18:25  26 october  2020 Source:   freundin.de

Audi begins participating in our least favorite automotive trend

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How can you spice up a black outfit? Queen Letizia knows the ideal styling trick that we immediately copy from her

Die spanische Königin Letizia ist immer top gestylt ddp images © ddp images The Spanish Queen Letizia is always perfectly styled ddp images

Letizia, Queen of Spain, has once again lived up to her reputation as a style icon. When visiting the "National Fashion Industry Awards" in Madrid, she made a fashion statement and drew everyone's attention with an gold pleated skirt from the brand "Massimo Dutti" (like Zara belongs to the Spanish "Inditex" group).


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Letizia mixt gern teure Designerlabels mit erschwinglichen Marken ddp images © ddp images Letizia likes to mix expensive designer labels with affordable brands ddp images

The rest of the outfit was kept in plain black so that nothing distracted from her skirt. She wore a blouse with a keyhole neckline and an elegant Carolina Herrera coat that she wore loosely over her shoulders. The glamor look was completed by a simple clutch and black, pointed pumps by Manolo Blahnik.

A coat in moss green is a fashion trend for subtle elegance .
Don't you think moss is wonderful too? It creates this mystical, but also particularly homely atmosphere in forests. And it looks so cozy that you would love to just let yourself fall into it while walking. In general, it has been scientifically proven that a stay in nature works like medicine on the soul - the corresponding trend is called Forest Bathing and originally comes from Japan. Sounds just right for the current circumstances.

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