Queen Elisabeth Cello Competition 2017 - Last Semi Final

Queen Mathilde of Belgium attended the last semi final session of the Queen Elisabeth Cello Competition 2017 at the Brussels Flagey Cultural Center on May 20, 2017 in Brussels. (The jury, has announced the 12 candidates who go through to the final)
Queen Mathilde attended the last semi final session of the Queen Elisabeth Cello Competition 2017. Queen Mathilde wore Dries Van Noten  top and pants
Queen Mathilde attended the last semi final session of the Queen Elisabeth Cello Competition 2017. Queen Mathilde wore Dries Van Noten  top and pants
Queen Mathilde attended the last semi final session of the Queen Elisabeth Cello Competition 2017. Queen Mathilde wore Dries Van Noten  top and pants
Queen Mathilde attended the last semi final session of the Queen Elisabeth Cello Competition 2017. Queen Mathilde wore Dries Van Noten  top and pants

10 comments:

  1. When I thought it was a dress I quite liked it and the print but then I saw it's a trouser suit or jumpsuit and I find it too much. I like the top part and the earrings and shoes but as I say, the trousers are a step too far for me.

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    1. Me too, a dress or a top - lovely. A pant suit, no!

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    2. Agree with you. I hope this jumpsuit fashions goes away fast.

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  2. I like Mathilde very much but this outfit ist just NO.

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  3. I hate these jumpsuits/trouser suits with a passion but the fact that Mathilde, from all people, favors them, fills my heart with enormous joy. You go, girl!

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  4. i don t like very much the jump suit, but Mathilde is such a beautiful lady.

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  5. I don't like it - it would have been nice as a knee-length dress - but Mathilde looks good anyway.Her charm and smile overcome her occasional fashion missteps.

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