Queen Letizia's Mango Jumpsuit Is the Perfect Work Outfit, and Totally Shoppable

Queen Letizia of Spain was spotted out and about yesterday in an outfit that's perfect for workwear. The khaki linen blend jumpsuit is from Mango, and less than $100.

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Queen Letizia of Spain was spotted out and about yesterday in an outfit that's so perfect for a semi-professional workwear look in the middle of a super-hot August that I'm adding it to my dream board immediately. The khaki linen blend jumpsuit is from Spanish brand Mango, and even better, it's less than $100.

According to HELLO!: "On Thursday, Letizia was joined by her daughters, and her mother-in-law Queen Sofia, for a day out in Mallorca (they reportedly went to watch The Lion King at the cinema)." What did you think of Beyonce, Letizia??

She paired the look with espadrilles and a matching, summer-friendly straw bag. Letizia does accessible fashion so well that a recent Zara dress that she wore was on sale for $30. This isn't quite that affordable, but it's still very accessible considering Letizia can also wear outfits that routinely run into the thousands of dollars.

Soooo I'm pretty sure I "need" this, right? I only have one jumpsuit and it's black and for the winter! A summer linen version would absolutely help beat the heat in style.

Here's the full outfit:

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I love it. Perfect for the weather, doesn't look too casual or undone, and totally breathable.

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