Queen Maxima of the Netherlands is known for her bold fashion style, whether wearing bright red with purple, shimmering gold or statement hats, she is one of the most fashion-daring royals.
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The Argentina-born met her husband during the Seville Spring Fair. She was working at a bank in New York at that time. After that, she worked in Brussels and they were married three years later, the bride looking stunning in a Valentino gown.
Bold and bright
Since she became a public figure, she’s been drawing everyone’s attention with her bright coloured looks and open smile. Actually, vibrant colours are a perfect choice to stand out from the crowd. We’ve seen this in other Royals like Queen Elisabeth.
Queen Maxima is not loved only for her fun style and joie de vivre, she is also admired for being a hard-working member of the royal family.
In fact, the mother-of-three has a full agenda. Among the many causes Queen Maxima champions, education, coaching, social welfare and inclusion are her particular concerns. And let’s not forget that the Queen also represents the Netherlands in conferences around the world.
Each and every royal appearance is a feast of colours. Queen Maxima has a special predilection to red hues, we often see her in burgundy, bright red and also pink. To balance the bubbly colours, the silhouettes are structured and modern.
But when wearing a more discreet outfit, the stylish queen adds some oomph with statement necklaces and earrings or wide-brimmed hats. Above all, I especially love this stunning flower-embellished hat she wore at Ascot.
The Dutch queen knows how to use fashion to make her mark and has become a trendsetter. Therefore, a legion of fans awaits eagerly her outings to see what she will wear next. Although a colour fan, Queen Maxima wears beige and neutral quite often. The stylish queen likes statement sleeves. And because she loves fashion, she can surprise us in the latest trends as well, as for example, the black leather dress she wore, very rock-chic.