Why Letizia and the German first lady are synchronized in colors: the ‘mirroring effect’

Happy matching colors in dresses Letizia y Every Büdenbender, wife of the German president. A coincidence that has occurred in the official welcoming ceremony of the King and Queen to Germany, where they are on a state trip. It was this Monday the 17th in the morning at the Palace of Bellevue, in the German capital.

The King and Queen have been received with honors by the President of the Federal Republic of Germany, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, and his wife, Elke Büdenbender. It has taken place at Bellevue Palace.

The two first ladies have been found. They greeted each other and had a brief conversation before posing for the official photo. Both have chosen the color Berlin blue. A vibrant shade also known as Prussian blue, which was accidentally discovered by the chemist Heinrich Diesbach in his Berlin laboratory in 1704. A gesture by Letizia with the host country and its capital, and with which she has been synchronized with the first lady, Elke Büdenbender. This curious coincidence of style, or mirroring effect (mirror), promotes connection, trust and enhances the synchrony between the two.

The wife’s dress Philip VI, which is fitted at the waist, has a top with a drop neckline and floral details on the shoulder pads. Also, he wears a skirt with buckets that adds volume. It has been completed with accessories in the exact same tone as the dress: leather bag and classic line pumps.