We love it when royalty dresses (and shops) just like us! This chic olive green jumpsuit on Queen Letizia is actually from Mango and costs just $99! The stunning queen shows us how to style a simple muted-tone jumpsuit with gorgeous textured accessories to create this chic and pulled-together neutral look. She certainly has the concept of high-low styling down. No one would think her jumpsuit is from Mango because of her accessories. Well, we found accessories for less and a few more jumpsuit options that will save you even more cash. Here’s how you can get this Queen Letizia jumpsuit look for less.
Letizia Ortiz Rocasolano is the current Queen of Spain as the wife of King Felipe VI. At age 46, she is a wonderful example of “growing younger” and we have taken note of her celebrity style. Her background was journalism and she then became a news anchor in Spain before marrying into royalty. We have spotted her usually wearing clean designs and bold solid colors, perhaps this is something she learned from television. This works perfectly on her petite frame and definitely makes her a standout. You can be a standout, too, when you steal her style!
Queen Letizia Jumpsuit Look for Less
The Olive Green Jumpsuit
At this price, you can totally steal Queen Letizia’s causal jumpsuit look and get her Mango Long Linen-blend Jumpsuit. The easy styling is sleeveless, but not too bare, and the lapel gives it a bit if a business-like edge. We love the pockets, too! You can count on Mango to find fashionable pieces that are quality-made at affordable prices.
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This olive jumpsuit by Wild Fable from Target is an option so you save even more money on this look. You do give up the well-fitted styling of the Mango jumpsuit, but can save about $65! This jumpsuit is a bit more casual and loosely fitted, too, but you just might like that better!
So here is another option for this Queen Letizia jumpsuit look for less that is much much less! This JDY wrap Front Jumpsuit from ASOS is on sale now for only $16. It comes in sizes XS to XL. But these sizes run small, so follow their sizing chart.
The Wedge Espadrille
Queen Letizia’s wedge espadrilles are amazing. My guess is she went designer here, because Valentino and other designers are showing similar styles. These Bettye Muller Concepts Reba Espadrille Wedges give you quality and comfort on a slightly lower heel and come in neutral shades including Niccolia, which is a lighter tan and Salsa, pictured above.
The Straw and Leather Tote
This Helen Kaminski Small Raffia Tote is not super inexpensive, but since you saved so much on the jumpsuit, you can afford a better quality straw tote. This one comes with a snap-out, top-zip lining for extra security. Besides, the size of this bag is perfect (11 ½”W x 10″H x 4″D) because it is not too big and you can carry it comfortably over your shoulder.
I didn’t notice any jewelry on Queen Letizia but she does appear to be wearing a big gold wedding band. There is a lot of going on with her woven summer accessories, so a simple piece of gold jewelry is all you need to complete the look. This Ann Taylor Basketweave Ring in gold will do the trick! Ann Taylor is a fantastic place to find affordable accessories that will add the right touch to your outfit.
Styling Tips for this Queen Letizia Jumpsuit Look for Less
1. Jumpsuits can be your friend! We are big fans of jumpsuits because they are a more covered-up version of a dress. You can wear a jumpsuit almost everywhere you can wear a dress, such as to work, for cocktails, or to a wedding. OK, so you have to get the fit just right, but designers know that, so many are more forgiving in the legs and seat. Try them on, perhaps order up a size and try a few sizes to get the best fit.
2. Take it from TV news anchors and Queen Letizia and wear solid colors. Her solid colored jumpsuit works as a blank canvas for more detailed and textured accessories. Prints are fun, but you will probably wear a solid jumpsuit more often because you can change up the look with accessories. For example, her Mango jumpsuit can have an entirely different look when paired with a metallic gold pair of shoes and and a clutch, or a bright shot of color shoes, like yellow, pink or blue with a colorful floral or geometric print handbag. Or picture the olive jumpsuit with black booties and a jacket for cooler weather and to transition it into fall.
3. Olive green is a fantastic neutral color. Olive is a good option because it is a medium dark color that works surprisingly well on most skin tones, and works from spring to summer to fall. I often look at green colors like they are leaves. Since flowers of every color go with green, you can wear just about any color with an olive jumpsuit.
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