Queen Maxima visits Regionale Groeikamer in Rotterdam

Dutch Queen Maxima visited the 1st Growth Chamber (Regionale Groeikamer) Initiative organized by NLgroeit and Innovation Quarter at the KvK on October 26, 2016 in Rotterdam. Groeikamer is a mulit annual program and aims to increase the growth potential by coaching and training of finding the perfect match for Dutch entrepreneurs. The Queen wore Natan Dress.
Queen Maxima in Rotterdam. Queen wore Natan Dress, Christian Louboutin pumps, diamond gold earrings, new winter dress
Queen Maxima in Rotterdam. Queen wore Natan Dress, Christian Louboutin pumps, diamond gold earrings, new winter dress
Queen Maxima in Rotterdam. Queen wore Natan Dress, Christian Louboutin pumps, diamond gold earrings, new winter dress
Dutch Queen Maxima wore NATAN Dress
NATAN Dress

9 comments:

  1. That is the perfect hairdo for Queen Maxima, it shows her beautiful face.

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  2. This is a gorgeous dress, quite atypical for Natan featuring none of the usual flaws associated with the brand (ill fit, stiff shiny materials, outward darts, bulky cuts, awkward necklines...). Unfortunately, one can see very little of it because of the massive cape thrown over. I don´t have an issue with the cape as such but with the wall of black both cape and dress create together (and tights as well). The cape in a brighter colour would have made the whole look fresher and lighter.
    I am not impressed by Máxima´s hair here. It´s a mess both in terms of colouring and styling.

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  3. This is a beautiful ensemble! I bet Maxima looks amazing in the dress. Too bad we cannot see it without the coat .

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  4. Best I've seen her. Dress, coat, shoes, hair, jewelry...not overdoing it for a change.

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    1. Agree, sometimes no matter how beautiful is her jewelry it is too much on her.

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  5. The first 2 photos are not from this event in Rotterdam :) I was in Rotterdam you can find my photos here: www.royalphoto.nl/portfolio

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