Queen Letizia of Spain just wore a very trendy pair of shoes

She's one of Europe's most stylish royals

Queen Letizia has been wowing royal watchers recently with a series of seriously stunning outfits. And on Monday she gave us all a lesson on how to accessorise in style when she appeared at a special event in Madrid for World Cancer day wearing a pair of oh-so-trendy shoes. The Spanish royal, who was supporting the work of the Spanish Association Against Cancer which funds research projects and supports families, went for a smart combination of a pale pink long-sleeved Karl Lagerfeld blouse and a pair of wide-legged navy trousers in an on-trend cropped style. And to give the looked a fashion-forward edge, she added a pair of eye-catching snakeskin heels.

The shoes elevated an otherwise low-key look

The shoes are by Spanish brand Magrit, which is known for its edgy, embellished styles, and are a classic pointed court design featuring an extra-high heel and are emblazoned in distinctive black, white and grey snakeskin print. The unusual shoes stood out against the rest of her low-key outfit, giving the overall ensemble a bit of an edge. She also added a black leather chain bag and a pair of star-shaped Chanel diamond earrings, and kept her glossy brunette hair loose in a sleek bob. Her subtle makeup look featured lightly shimmering bronzed eyes and glossy brown lips.

It's the latest in a serious of more daring choices from the 46-year-old. Earlier this month she turned heads when she chose an incredible wide-legged navy blue jumpsuit by Pedro del Hierro while attending a night at the Opera with her husband King Felipe. The jumpsuit had an asymmetric neckline and a huge, floor-length bustle at the back. To emphasise the cut of the all-in-one ensemble even more, Letizia wore her locks in a chic chignon, so the back was visible. She accessorised with coordinating high heel shoes by Nina Ricci, a simple navy clutch by Felipe Varela and exquisite sapphire Bulgari diamond drop earrings.

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