Queen Maxima Opens EAN2017 Congress in Amsterdam

On June 26, 2017, Queen Maxima attended the opening of the European Academy of Neurology (EAN2017) congress in Amsterdam. The EAN Congress include all subjects of neurology such as stroke, epilepsy, (head) pain, movement disorders, multiple sclerosis, dementia, neuromuscular disorders. Queen wore a printed dress by NATAN
Queen Maxima attended the opening of the European Academy of Neurology congress. Queen wore Natan dress
Queen Maxima attended the opening of the European Academy of Neurology congress. Queen wore Natan dress
Queen Maxima attended the opening of the European Academy of Neurology congress. Queen wore Natan dress
Queen Maxima attended the opening of the European Academy of Neurology congress. Queen wore Natan dress
Queen Maxima attended the opening of the European Academy of Neurology congress. Queen wore Natan dress

24 comments:

  1. The complicated sandals with the pattern on the dress are too much for me. The result is an unflattering outfit

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  2. Maxima looks great, even if you don't like it....it's never dull!

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  3. I like it, i know it looks too much but i think she could only wear something so bright and all at once; on others it would look awful

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    1. This is a case of looking at the speck in someone else's eye and failing to see the plank in our own eye

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    2. Sorry there is nothing nice about this. I'm over the saying only Max could pull this off. It's not a nice outfit period. Just my opinion

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  4. Un style jamais banal mais celui-ci, il est un peu too much pour moi!

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    1. C'est pas parce qu'on a du fric qu'on a du gout

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  5. I like the dress, I can live with the hat picking up the colour of the belt but then she adds the shawl, the earrings, the clutch and those shoes that my eyes can't unsee in that radioactive alien puke shade of green... Just no, Maxima! I like you, I like your bold choice in clothes but I can't get on board here!

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  6. If she ditched the shawl, the gross earrings and the ugly poultice-like thing on her head she would look very good. I love the sandals.

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    1. Sakurihame, I think the same: could look nice, but it is just too much :(

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  7. I wish someone would tell her not everything has to be the same color.

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  8. The dress is nice...but all the green stuff should have been left at home, including those red-light district shoes.

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    1. She is really beginning to go overboard with her outfits, hats, shoes, Ole Ole Carnival

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  9. The print of the too short dress, all the fluorescent green accessories. She looks like a clown.

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  10. Too busy! Sandals are too much for such a busy print dress, although I love the colour.

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  11. She needs to dress more like a Queen and less like a celebrity. The skirt looks pitifully short for a lady her age.

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  12. Maxima again waay too much! I can't focus with the black and white pattern, and Kermit the Frog accessories. One thing at a time and that too not in your face Dear!

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  13. There is so much going on here (in her outfit) that I don't even know where to look first. It truly hurts my eyes (not to mention my brain). Can't believe she can even look in the mirror and not get a headache. One green accessory would have been plenty with a dress that has already a busy pattern. Definitely the cage sandals should never come in that colour (unless you pair them up with a simple white dress, they are already too much noise on their own). And I don't understand what she is wearing on her head. What exactly is that please?

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  14. This green colour seems to be the colour of the summer. News presenter on Sky News was wearing exactly the same colour green high heel shoes on 27 June. The Queen seems to be free spirit choosing her garments and accessories. All her dresses and accessories will look silly on other Princesses, but my opinion once again it just suits the Queen.

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