Summer style: Princess Letizia's warm weather wardrobe

Dressing smart in soaring temperatures can be quite the challenge, but Princess Letizia of Spain has it down to a tee

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Dressing smart in soaring temperatures can be quite the challenge, but Princess Letizia of Spain has it down to a tee.

The elegant royal has wowed with her effortless summer style, giving us all a masterclass in the art of warm weather dressing.

On an official visit to the Marin Navy Academy in Pontevedra earlier this month, Letizia was the epitome of laidback chic in pink structured trousers and a loose white blouse.



 


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Perhaps taking tips from her contemporary Kate Middleton, the Spanish princess is also a fan of recycling items from her wardrobe. The coral dress she wore to visit the Institute of Cervantes Directors this month was an old number – she had worn it twice before in 2011.

Heading to the 'Luis Carandell' Journalism awards on Wednesday, Letizia stunned in a cream shift dress that showed off her toned physique.

Her evening wear is also spot on trend – she welcomed Japan's Crown Prince Naruhito in front of the Royal Theatre in Madrid sporting a sleek white skirt and a striped sequin skirt.



 



A green pussy bow blouse paired with matching-coloured shoes ensured a fashionable appearance at Zarzuela Place, along with the rest of the royals.

Another official engagement saw her in a simple yet elegant ensemble of a pink cardigan and white floral skirt.

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