Queen Letizia wore the Ralph Lauren Dakota Crepe shirt dress to attend a World Cancer Research Day event in New York with Jill Biden. Here’s how to shop the look.
If you thought Queen Letizia was done with her coveted summer outfits this year, you’d be wrong. The Spanish royal stepped out in New York on Wednesday looking stunning in a white Ralph Lauren shirt dress.
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The mum-of-two was joined by First Lady Jill Biden for an event in support of World Cancer Research Day, highlighting the importance of fighting the disease. We don’t know if it was intentional, but the two women seemed to coordinate in their white dresses and nude heeled ensembles.
Queen Letizia and Jill Biden on World Cancer Research Day in New York
Queen Letizia wore Ralph Lauren’s Dakota crepe shirt dress, which features a blouse bodice, belted waist and pleated midi skirt. She accessorized with nude Magrit heeled pumps, gold earrings and a gold ring.
Sadly, the Dakota dress is now sold out, but Ralph Lauren has a very similar style that’s still available in all sizes.
Cady midi shirt dress, £265, Ralph Lauren
The Cady Midi Shirt Dress sells for £265 and you’ll find it in UK sizes 2-20. It’s made from a stretch wool-blend and has utility-inspired chest pockets, a waist-defining belt and textured pleats at the hem.
Pleated belted dress in structured crepe£175.20, Karen Millen
Karen Millen also has a lookalike dress. The gorgeous midi is made from structured crepe with a looped waist and pressed pleats.
Polo Ralph Lauren Belted puff-sleeve cotton-jersey dress£265, Selfridges
For a more fall-appropriate piece, we love this Polo Ralph Lauren shirt dress in Madison Tan. Available from Selfridges, the soft cotton jersey dress has a full-skirted, midi silhouette that cinches with a sleek belt. It’s perfect for pairing with sneakers for transitional seasons, but be quick, it sells out fast.
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