King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia have inaugurated their March agenda by traveling to Alicante. There have taken place this morning the National Research Awards 2022, which are “the most important recognition in Spain in the field of scientific research”, as reported by the Royal House. In addition, they have also taken place for the first time the National Youth Research Awards 2022“to distinguish the merit of researchers in Spain who have achieved significant achievements in the early stages of their careers”.
Throughout the act, the kings have been accompanied by the president of the Generalitat Valenciana, Ximo Puig; the Minister of Science and Innovation, Diana Morant; the mayor of Alicante, Luis Barcala; and the General Secretary for Research, Rachel Yottiwho presented the 2022 National Research Awards and Young Research Awards.
For the occasion, Doña Letizia has once again hit the mark with her stylistic choicebecause she has worn a very elegant midi dress that inspires for a guest look (now that the season of events such as baptisms and communions officially begins).
It is a dress that the queen has just signed in her closet: a design in crepe in a maroon tone with a classic collar, slightly puffed sleeves closed with buttoned cuffs, with draping at the neckline, a high-waisted skirt and gathers on the side, which undoubtedly flatters any figure.
It is a creation that It has been designed and made entirely in Spain.because it belongs to the firm LolaLi, specialized in wedding, cocktail and event designs. Likewise, the piece, which receives the name of Talïa, belongs to the 2022 winter collection, and is priced at 260 euros. The dress, as confirmed by the firm’s website, can be purchased with a custom order.
Queen Letizia has taken it with matching salons and long earrings from the Coolook firm that combine stones in tone with the dress and in green, and which already premiered in 2018, although we had not seen them since then.
It is not the first time that Doña Letizia has worn a dress by the firm Lola Li, since it was last 2019, during the inauguration of the 2019-2020 season of the Teatro Real, at that time she chose a white crossover design. In addition, she would also take it in June 2021 for the Mariano de Cavia, Luca de Tena and Mingote Journalistic Awards.
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