Letizia has broken with the tradition of wearing a Felipe Varela design for the 2020 Princess of Asturias Awards and, as she has been doing since the pandemic began, she has decided to repeat styling. On this occasion, the Queen has opted for a navy blue dress, with a bateau neckline and an applique on the right shoulder in the shape of a Delpozo flower. A suit that he already wore in December 2017, at the AS sports awards, and repeated it months later at a meeting in Paris with President Emmanuel Macron and his wife, Brigitte.
The Queen has completed her look with blue suede pumps by Nina Ricci and a clutch by Magrit. As has been customary in her latest appearances, Mrs Letizia has worn a low ponytail that reveals Elena C.’s earrings made of white gold and butterfly-shaped diamonds.
A review of Queen Letizia’s wardrobe at the Princess of Asturias Awards in recent years.
Princess of Asturias Awards 2019
For the 2019 awards ceremony, Queen Letizia opted for a red short-sleeved mid-calf dress with a pleated waist, designed by Felipe Varela, as is tradition. Also, she has worn shoes with a matching bracelet and a bag in silver.
2018 Princess of Asturias Awards
In 2018, Queen Letizia once again bet on Felipe Varela for the Princess of Asturias Awards ceremony, where she wore her loose hair and large diamond earrings, the so-called chat ones.
2017 Princess of Asturias Awards
For that year, Doña Letizia looked very elegant with her hair gathered in a very elaborate dress with a full-length skirt signed by her head designer, Felipe Varela, in black and white tones.
2016 Princess of Asturias Awards
This year, Mrs Letizia wore a nude cocktail dress with a flared skirt with hand embroidery on invisible tulle with black metal thread and crystal tears from Swarovski, again by Felipe Varela.
Princess of Asturias Awards 2015
In this edition, the Queen wore a black cady silk dress with an asymmetrical skirt cut into ruffles. He finished off his style with a satin handbag by the same designer, Felipe Varela, and black patent leather shoes from Magrit.
Princess of Asturias Awards 2014
For her first Prince of Asturias Awards as Queen, in 2014, Doña Letizia chose a sapphire blue lace dress, with embroidered black crystals and signed by Felipe Varela. The Queen completed her look with a satin clutch and pumps from Magrit. Also, she wore white gold, diamond and aquamarine earrings from Bvlgari.
2013 Prince of Asturias Awards
In 2013, Doña Letizia opted for green and transparencies.
2012 Prince of Asturias Awards
With wavy hair and a black and white two-piece ensemble, Dona Letizia attended the awards in 2012.
2011 Prince of Asturias Awards
In 2011, Doña Letizia opted for a tan dress with floral embroidery and veiled with tulle, again from her fetish designer Felipe Varela. She also wore nude, and patent leather pumps from Magrit.
2010 Prince of Asturias Awards
In the 2010 edition of the Prince of Asturias Awards, Doña Letizia once again opted for black with bright touches on her suit and wore her hair in a ponytail.
2009 Princess of Asturias Awards
Black and rhinestones were predominant in the costume chosen by the Princess of Asturias for the 2009 edition of the awards.
2008 Prince of Asturias Awards
This year, the then Princess Letizia attended the 2008 Prince of Asturias Awards in a light blue lace dress.
2007 Prince of Asturias Awards
In 2007, Doña Letizia also wore a lace dress with silver crystal embroidery and a matching crepe bolero, by Felipe Varela, which she covered with a jacket of the same colour.
2006 Prince of Asturias Awards
After her absence in 2005 due to the imminent birth of her first daughter, Leonor, Doña Letizia wore a maternity dress in pastel pink in the 2006 edition, as she was already pregnant with the Infanta Sofía. The then Princess of Asturias covered herself with a long sequined tweed coat, also by Varela.
2004 Prince of Asturias Awards
2004 was the year in which Doña Letizia attended the ceremony for the first time as Princess of Asturias and for her debut she opted for a set in ecru shades of the skirt to the knee, blouse with tie at the neck and matching coat, all of her Fetish designer for these awards, Felipe Varela, in whom he has entrusted his styling every year until 2020, who has chosen to repeat a Delpozo dress.