Sofía Palazuelo captures all eyes at the Teatro Real with a two-piece floral embroidery

There is no bad look or questionable taste in the history of Sofia Palazuelo. The Duchess of Huéscar is one of those ladies who manages to defend any garment she wears. This Thursday, the Teatro Real in Madrid experienced another of its great premieres: the Medea by Charpentier, a baroque work of French origin. A premiere for which the future lady of the House of Alba has chosen a fantastic two-piece floral ensemble.

Together with her husband, Fernando Fitz-James Stuart, the duchess arrived smiling at the appointment and captured everyone’s attention, as is usually the case. She wore a floral two-piece outfit from the Bilbao brand Leyre Doueil. It is a design made of georgette with a semi-square neckline and puffed sleeves finished in cuffs, with a midi-length skirt full of delicate embroidery. She has combined it with an earth tone clutch that she paired perfectly with the gold accessories.

Sofía and her husband arriving at the Teatro Real in Madrid

She was not, however, the only spectator to stand out at the entrance to the Teatro Real. Victoria López-Quesada came with her fiancé, Enrique Moreno de la Cova, and wore a passion red halter-neck dress with a teardrop opening at the neckline and front details. The goddaughter of King Felipe VI combined her look with black crossed sandals and a mini bag in military green.

Victoria López-Quesada and her husband in the vicinity of the Teatro Real