Queen Maxima visited Make-A-Wish Netherlands in Hilversum

On May 8, Queen Maxima visited the Foundation "Make a Wish Netherlands" on the occasion of their 30th anniversary in Hilversum. Make-A-Wish Netherlands fulfills the wishes of children with a life threatening illness, who are at the ages of 3 to 18 years. Make-A-Wish Nederland fulfills the wishes of nearly six hundred children each year. During her visit to the Foundation, Queen Maxima wore a Zara yellow double-breasted jacket and Zara yellow trousers. The Queen carried a clutch by Carlend Copenhagen.
Queen Maxima wore a Zara yellow double-breasted blazer and Zara yellow trousers
Queen Maxima wore a Zara yellow double-breasted blazer and Zara yellow trousers
Queen Maxima wore a Zara yellow double-breasted blazer and Zara yellow trousers
Queen Maxima wore a Zara yellow double-breasted blazer and Zara yellow trousers
Queen Maxima wore a Zara yellow double-breasted blazer and Zara yellow trousers
Queen Maxima wore a Zara yellow double-breasted blazer and Zara yellow trousers
Queen Maxima wore a Zara yellow double-breasted blazer and Zara yellow trousers
Queen Maxima wore a Zara yellow double-breasted blazer and Zara yellow trousers
Queen Maxima wore Zara double breasted blazer and trousers
ZARA Double-breasted Blazer and Trousers

15 comments:

  1. I think a short hair style would suit her

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  2. very bright yellow yes, not sure that is what I prefer

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  3. This Outfit looks good on the Queen. The only thing is her hair....

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  4. I must say the Q really looks good in this color,the black top shoes and bag give a great contrast. Her hair is very thin or it just may look this way?. For anyone else wearing this color I would say no, but Maxima can pull it off.

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  5. She looks so good. These Zara pieces look far more expensive than the very pricey Nathan ones.

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  6. Back on stage for imho, today I like everything about her outfit.

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  7. Very nice - love the sunny colour of the suit.

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  8. Yellow looks good on Máxima, love this bright and happy outfit, low cost, contemporary, and surprisingly well fitting.
    This suit can be combined with lilac, moss green , white, even a very pale yellow for a monochromatic look... she went with the safe black, and made it work.
    Lovely!!!

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  9. Happens to be one of my favourite colours, nice and fun to look at. And the colour seems to suit Maxima, too.

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  10. I like the yellow for the jacket but find it a bit overpowering as suit. Perhaps the bright jacket with black trousers would have been less overwhelming. I feel sorry for her trying to control her fine hair. Perhaps, as Anon 3:05 suggests, she needs to cut it shorter, even for a while to allow the straggly ends to recover. However, she is so lovely, enthusiastic and smiling in all her engagements that it's not the most important thing about her.

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  11. Best day outing of Máxima in months. She looks young, fresh and stylish in a modern, unpretentious way. The beautiful earrings tie the look together.

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  12. It's just too bad about her hair. The outfit - I love it! She wears it well.

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  13. The color is way too bright and loud. The suit altogether makes her look bigger than she is and the hair is just bad. Where is that beautiful hair we saw recently?

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  14. Ooo please I'm sorry but my first thought was: A canary!
    But indeed, if anyone could pull this off, it'd be Maxima. She can have it.

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