I can’t believe Leonor is in heels, she’s really an adolescent and a young lady. Her beige/gold outfit and shoes look like something grandma Sofia would wear
Little Sofia, why did they put her in that green monstrosity???! She looks like a little girl going to a princess party.
Leti, marvelous as usual
The white/floral dress and red dress worn by Leonor and Sofia are thoroughly more modern than were used to seeing. Cute. Finally.
I thought the same of Sofia and her dress - what an awful monstrosity. I think both girls are at a very difficult age, they are teenagers, not yet young women but still having clear ideas what they want to wear and probably saying so. Early teens and formal cocktail dresses do not mix well.
Same as Leonor. She may be almost 15 but she's flat chested and hasn't yet developed curves. She probably wants to look older but her lack of "curves" places her in a difficult position.
We need to be a bit gracious, royal or not, they are very young girls listening to their parents and family advice while still trying to make their own choices as teens.
I usually like the way they dress, I feel like that’s not common here, I’ve often read complaints that they are dressed too young for their age.
I think the two dresses were uncharacteristic for them, Leonor is definitely trying to look mature, which is understandable in her position.
I wouldn’t mind seeing them in conservative outfits like they’ve worn in the past. It’s difficult enough to find appropriate formal choices for teens/preteens. I tried to find my niece a nice dress (she’s 12) and half the choices were bodycon
and the other half would have looked better on someone half her age.
I think something like what Sofia wore to the awards ceremony last year (beige tweed dress) would look great on them, conservative but streamlined and modern.
They are still finding their own personal styles, there are bound to be bad choices.
The only thing I feel comfortable discussing about them are their clothing choices, and even so, respectfully. They are still kids, IMO commenting about any child’s perceived personality/attitude/attributes, royal or not, should be off limits or left to the professionals/adults in their lives.