Queen Maxima visited 5th Teachers Congress in Amersfoort

On October 6, 2017, Queen Maxima of the Netherlands visited 5th Teachers Congress held in Amersfoort. The two days conference is for the teachers working at primary schools, secondary schools, private schools and vocational schools. The conference held by Education Cooperative (Onderwijscoöperatie) took place in ROC Midden Nederland (Central Netherlands Regional Education and Training Centre).
The conference Education Cooperative (Onderwijscoöperatie) in ROC Midden Nederland. Queen wore Natan dress
The conference Education Cooperative (Onderwijscoöperatie) in ROC Midden Nederland. Queen wore Natan dress
The conference Education Cooperative (Onderwijscoöperatie) in ROC Midden Nederland. Queen wore Natan dress
The conference Education Cooperative (Onderwijscoöperatie) in ROC Midden Nederland. Queen wore Natan dress
The conference Education Cooperative (Onderwijscoöperatie) in ROC Midden Nederland. Queen wore Natan dress
The conference Education Cooperative (Onderwijscoöperatie) in ROC Midden Nederland. Queen wore Natan dress
The conference Education Cooperative (Onderwijscoöperatie) in ROC Midden Nederland. Queen wore Natan dress
The conference Education Cooperative (Onderwijscoöperatie) in ROC Midden Nederland. Queen wore Natan dress
The conference Education Cooperative (Onderwijscoöperatie) in ROC Midden Nederland. Queen wore Natan dress
The conference Education Cooperative (Onderwijscoöperatie) in ROC Midden Nederland. Queen wore Natan dress
Queen maxima wore Natan dress and jacket
NATAN Dress and Jacket

12 comments:

  1. For once that her hair seems tidy, she hides it under an hideous hat, which makes it difficult for people to see her face. Reminds me of Grace Kelly when she arrived in Monaco for her wedding, in 1956.

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    1. You are 100% right. People congregate to see her face, not a witch's hat. Natan dress is improved with jacket but still is too short for a 45+ woman - my opinion.

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    2. It is a bit short but I'll give her a pass for that, she's had worse clothes.

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  2. Grateful that she pulled her hair back.

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  3. Ich mag die Kleider aus dem Hause Natan nicht besonders. Aber ich mag die holländische Königin. Das letzte Bild ist doch einfach nur bezaubernd. Zur Mode: Nummer sicher Etuikleid und Jäckchen. Der Hut ist dann wieder very Maxima. Das ist völlig in Ordnung.

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  4. I don't think that hat is so hideous, it sure doesn't go with this autfit and I agree with some of the comments before noticing that you can't see her face at all; the whole point is for people to see her and she hides under a hat, and for once she did something for her damaged hair like a ponytail at least she looks more refine.

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  5. How beautiful she can be when her hair isn't droping on her shoulders! Natan creats mostly the same shapes of dresses and that becomes a little bit boring. Nevertheles Maxima looks great.

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  6. I'm not keen - the dress is OK and the jacket breaks up its impact but my eyes keep being drawn to the hat. And I don't like the hat... not with this outfit anyway.

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  7. Some of you are way too hard on her. She looks great. I don't think the dress is too short...its at her knee. 45 is not ancient and I think she is dressed appropriately for her age.

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    1. Speaking for myself, I just expect so much from Maxima. She is beautiful, intelligent and has probably one the best interactions with people. She has also shown us fashion at its best but not on this occasion.

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  8. This a good outfit, although perhaps a bit over the top with the big hat and large earrings. She has a lovely strong face which stands out when her hair is tied up.

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