Pink mini dress? Too short and girlish - queens don't wear that. Especially, a month before the 50th anniversary. And even more so if you are recognized as a model of taste and elegant style. Why dress like a teenage girl? You are already a mother of teenagers. And the queen!
This hot summer, we are only talking about the mini, which certain celebrities who have crossed a certain age limit decide on. But ordinary stars can shock freely, and the royals have a hard time, because they have a completely different responsibility and reputation of a different order on their shoulders.
Spanish Queen Letizia has long been impressing fashionistas all over the world with her elegant outfits that amazingly fit her slender figure. And she herself is a real beauty with the facial features of a supermodel. It is easy for such women to wear anything.
But if ordinary people's desires do not always coincide with opportunities (financial and "curly"), then the first ladies, princesses and queens of desire must adapt to a certain dress code that will not disgrace the honor of the country (or kingdoms).
Photos from the summer holidays of the Spanish royal family in Mallorca evoke warm feelings. They depict Queen Sofia, Queen Letizia, Princesses Leonor (in a blue dress, 16 years old) and Sofia (in a white dress, 15 years old). It is noteworthy that both queens have outfits in similar colors, while Letizia and her daughters have dresses and sandals that are absolutely identical.
The entire image of the queen and princesses is "made in Spain". Dresses - Zara, espadrilles - Clooui, mint&rose, Macarena Shoes. But this fact did not calm the temperamental commentators who came to pour out their emotions on the page of the fashion expert under these summer looks.
Letizia was criticized to the nines. Why did she dress up like her daughter? Why does a woman on the threshold of her 50th birthday show so many legs? Why does such an elegant queen always look like an ordinary resort girl on the Spanish coast?
Fortunately, there were also kind comments supporting the images of Letizia and shaming opponents. They recalled that we live in the 21st century, and the royal family is on summer vacation. Therefore, there is nothing wrong with the open knees of the queen, who will turn 50 on September 15, no.
And the Zara brand is probably only happy with such loud advertising. Now these dresses, if they remain on sale, will definitely be swept away from everywhere.
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