Queen Letizia rewore a $26 Zara top from 2018 during her royal tour of Spain
- On Tuesday,
Queen Letiziarecycled a summery look from 2018.
- The Spanish royal wore a $26
Zaratop that was sold out at the time of writing.
- She paired it with a floral Sweet Matitos skirt and $74 handmade wedges.
Queen Letizia is back to wearing Zara again.
Just like Kate Middleton and other royals, the Spanish queen loves to wear budget brands from time to time.
Queen Letizia wore her most recent affordable look on Tuesday for a visit to Cieza, Spain. The Spanish royal opted for a summery outfit that included a $26 draped linen Zara top, which was sold out at the time of writing.
She paired the top with a floral Sweet Matitos skirt and $74 handmade pink espadrilles from the Spanish brand Macarena.
King Felipe kept it simple in a blue Chambray shirt, khaki pants, and brown loafers.
This is the second time that Queen Letizia has been photographed in the outfit
In 2018, she wore the same Zara top and Sweet Matitos skirt for a lunch meeting with the President and First Lady of Haiti at the National Palace.
The only difference was that she paired it with pale-pink suede pumps from LODI and a white Felipe Prieto clutch.
Just a few weeks earlier, on June 23, Queen Letizia was photographed wearing another item from Zara.
During a royal tour of the Canary Islands, she was seen in a green sleeveless midi dress that was on sale for $26 at the time of writing.
She wore the textured dress with handmade espadrilles from Macarena, the same Spanish brand she wore on Tuesday.
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