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dazzling 07-27-2008 06:41 AM

Princess Letizia's Eveningwear Part 2: July 2008 - February 2009
 
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Camarina 07-27-2008 06:43 AM

Madeleine victoria I have noticed the same too .Although she still being thin,her face looks more rounded (than usual)and different in the lasts weeks. Maybe we have news soon........


Black is not the best choice for summer but the nights are not as warm as the days and I think it's a good option without abusing.The brooch puts the summer touch.

beanfoster 07-27-2008 11:25 AM

Does anyone know if designers give clothes to the princesses as gifts or do they purchase them all of them? I remember reading that somewhere I think.

dazzling 07-27-2008 11:37 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by beanfoster (Post 804006)
Does anyone know if designers give clothes to the princesses as gifts or do they purchase them all of them? I remember reading that somewhere I think.

I have read that about Queen Rania but havent come across an article that says Letizia gets things. Im pretty sure she does get a few

Duke of Marmalade 07-27-2008 02:28 PM

Looking at her face she looks much better than lately as already in vacation mood ... but then ... black potatoe-sack dress with ugly SM-stripper shoes ... they might suit Victoria Beckham but look cheap and out of place on a future Queen.

auntie 07-27-2008 03:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Duke of Marmalade (Post 804081)
Looking at her face she looks much better than lately as already in vacation mood ... but then ... black potatoe-sack dress with ugly SM-stripper shoes ... they might suit Victoria Beckham but look cheap and out of place on a future Queen.

Oh I got bashed for saying something similar! I couldn't agree with you more...:whistling:

RaniaRocks 07-27-2008 03:27 PM

Her face is rounded because it looks like she put some botox or restylane on.
One day she was tired looking and the other was refreshed.
Look at the pictures.
She also did something on her lips.

Odette 07-27-2008 03:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Duke of Marmalade (Post 804081)
Looking at her face she looks much better than lately as already in vacation mood ... but then ... black potatoe-sack dress with ugly SM-stripper shoes ... they might suit Victoria Beckham but look cheap and out of place on a future Queen.

I so hoping none of the royals adopt these Louboutin shoes!!!!!!!!!

Al_bina 07-27-2008 03:40 PM

I have an ambiguous attitude toward the black bubble dress (I hope I am correct in the definition).
Crown Princess Letizia looked happy, unconventional. In other words, she finally dared to wear something, let us say, bold. On the other hand, I tend to agree with Duke of Marmalade that this dress is more appropriate for celebrities. I like the brooch and hairstyle. Gladiator-themed sandals looked a bit heavy on her feet though.

GlitteringTiaras 07-27-2008 03:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RaniaRocks (Post 804109)
Her face is rounded because it looks like she put some botox or restylane on.
One day she was tired looking and the other was refreshed.
Look at the pictures.
She also did something on her lips.



She looks far from one who has stuffed Restalyne into her lips and injected Botox all over her face. Why is it when someone looks relaxed one immediately suspects fillers and injections as the overall cause? Come on, people... I mean really.

Quote:

black potatoe-sack dress with ugly SM-stripper shoes
And you would know what the lastest shoes strippers are wearing, how?:biggrin:

DoM, her shoes do not look like stripper shoes and you know it.;)

catango 07-27-2008 04:02 PM

She looks spectacular, other princesses have worn many times dresses similar like this one, and nobody said a word, but, ufffffffffffffff, Princess Letizia FOR SOME PEOPLE always goes wrong, no matter what she could be wearing, always there is something negative about her and her wardrobe.

I know EVERYBODY has the freedom for its own opinion, but come on, there are people that alway is in a annoying mood with princess Letizia, her thin body, her attitude, her, her and her.

I don't know it is what I have noticed some time ago.
And I'm not carzy, well, I think.:cool::ermm::smile:

LadyFinn 07-28-2008 02:42 AM

Adjustment to the designer of the dress. It was from the first collection that designer Markus Lupfer has done for Armand Basi.
El Mundo/Tacones de vértigo, charol negro y la piel blanca

asturiana 07-28-2008 03:56 AM

The shoes are so ugly :sick: and are not appropriate for a princess.

giov 07-28-2008 04:34 AM

Letizia looks beautiful and relaxed, the dress suits her very well but I don't like that outfit for a princess on a public event. It is perfect for a private party!

carlota 07-28-2008 05:22 AM

i liked the outfit and she looks happy and comfortable in it. the shoes are lovely, although i wouldn't combine them with that dress. i would certainly disapprove it if she wore it in madrid for an official evening event, but since it's in palma (one can see in felipe's or juan carlos' outfits that even theirs are informal), i believe it's appropriate.

this article was a nice read. it mentions letizia's comments (rather than thoughts of the journalists) from a private (informal) conversation between the princess and the journalist. she said that 'a few minutes before (the photoshoot) she was talking to the queen about the shoes and that a photo of herself falling would certainly outshine any other of the event'. she also said her wardrobe for the summer is by adolfo dominguez (who she seems to like for a long time ago, from her journalist times), armand basi and spanish high-street retailer mango (she was seen not long ago in a top by them). she refused to say where the yellow brooche came from and said that she doesn't sunbathe - nor do leonor and sofia. very wise choice, in my opinion, considering the high percentages of people with skin cancer. i believe mary doesn't sunbathe either and has taken an active role in campaigns of sun awareness.

Duke of Marmalade 08-15-2008 05:24 AM

A gallery of stunning pictures of outfits Letizia wore when she was guest at weddings:

IDEAS PARA INVITADAS: EL ESTILO NUPCIAL DE DOÑA LETIZIA

Seraphine 08-15-2008 08:51 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by asturiana (Post 804295)
The shoes are so ugly :sick: and are not appropriate for a princess.

I like the shoes AND they looked good on her, but you are right, they look a bit like "domina". They are okay for younger girls/ women ( for ex. Zara Phillips ) or rock stars, but not for princess eventhough it's a summerparty in her free time.

Parrothead 08-16-2008 06:48 PM

I loved the shoes. They are great for "off duty" occasions, fun, funky and with a little pizazz in them. I think many women (myself included) have shoes that we only wear when we work and then certain shoes when we go out with our spouses and want to add a little sexiness to our wardrobe. She has great legs so why not showcase them with a cool pair of shoes while on vacation? I'd much rather wear a pair of spectacular high heels than a blouse cut "down to here" or a skirt that shows my underwear when I get out of a car.

marmi 08-16-2008 09:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Parrothead (Post 812366)
I loved the shoes. They are great for "off duty" occasions, fun, funky and with a little pizazz in them. I think many women (myself included) have shoes that we only wear when we work and then certain shoes when we go out with our spouses and want to add a little sexiness to our wardrobe. She has great legs so why not showcase them with a cool pair of shoes while on vacation? I'd much rather wear a pair of spectacular high heels than a blouse cut "down to here" or a skirt that shows my underwear when I get out of a car.

Oh thank goodness I thought that I was just about the only one who 'approved' of the shoes! :smile:

kelly64465 08-17-2008 12:40 AM

Those shoes are fantastic.


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