I think Leonoreís coat is the same one that Kate wore a couple of weekís ago, but itís clearly too big for her.
IIRC, Leonor's plaid coat is Letizia's ..... help me confirm?
Kate made a "stylish appearance in a long plaid coat by Massimo Dutti when she traveled to the University of Derby." Similar style, but different make. https://news.yahoo.com/ka...-coat-knit-215900542.html
Letizia has something similar in plaid, but according to Vanitatis
, Leonor's check coat is her own recent purchase:
"For the visit to the Exemplary Town of 2020, which this year fell to Somao, the Princess opted for a sober look wearing a new Springfield coat with a checkered print, a lapel collar, side pockets and button closure. A piece that is for sale on the firm's website for 59.99 euros. The first-born of the Kings combined it with a basic beige sweater, black pants and Carolina Herrera sneakers that she had previously worn.
Here is Leonor's coat: https://myspringfield.com..._8238553_color=96#start=1
(Leonor's coat is a mile too big with sleeves that need shortening. Sofia's pants are too short. Where is the seamstress? What's with the sneakers? Casual doesn't have to mean sloppy. And why the three matching ponytails? Is it the hairdresser's day off?)
I can' think of a single mum I know with teenage children who would think it ok to dress a teen in oversized clothes, clearly meant for an older person, for a public appearance. Is it that difficult to dress teens age appropriately with the resources F&L have access to? Leonor did well. Are cue cards dead?
Itís actually very stylish to ware an oversize coat nowadays. Iím not a seamstress but my grandma always said to me to check the shoulder to see if the jacket really fits. Leonors itís a bit bigger but considering that she still grows itís okay. As for the sleeves as someone that is rather short I always have this problem with fast fashion, excess of fabric on trousers and coats Now days I modify only my work clothes or my formal . I thin its normal for parents to buy a size or to bigger for such a thing so the child will grow in them, at least in Cyprus it is. And yes they are rich and the can buy her one every year but I find it rather sustainable approach on their part