Queen Mathilde attended the opening of the new Wikifin Lab

Queen Mathilde wore a blue-green printed shirt dress from Natan. Queen visited Wikifin Lab together with young people. Natan pumps and earrings
On September 8, 2020, Queen Mathilde of Belgium attended the opening of the new Wikifin Lab in Brussels. After attending an academic session on the importance of financial literacy, the Queen visited the lab together with young people. In the Wikifin Lab, secondary school students can experience various financial situations of everyday life.
Queen Mathilde wore a blue-green printed shirt dress from Natan. Queen visited Wikifin Lab together with young people. Natan pumps and earrings
Queen Mathilde wore a blue-green printed shirt dress from Natan. Queen visited Wikifin Lab together with young people. Natan pumps and earrings
This digital and interactive center for financial education was established by the Belgian Financial Services and Markets Authority (FSMA). Contributing to the financial education of the population is one of the FSMA's legal objectives. To that end, the FSMA has set up a financial education programme known as Wikifin. The programme develops initiatives aimed at improving the population's financial literacy. The Queen wore a shirt dress from Natan.
Queen Mathilde wore a blue-green printed shirt dress from Natan. Queen visited Wikifin Lab together with young people. Natan pumps and earrings
Queen Mathilde wore a blue-green printed shirt dress from Natan. Queen visited Wikifin Lab together with young people. Natan pumps and earrings
Queen Mathilde wore a blue-green printed shirt dress from Natan. Queen visited Wikifin Lab together with young people. Natan pumps and earrings
Queen Mathilde wore a blue-green printed shirt dress from Natan. Queen visited Wikifin Lab together with young people. Natan pumps and earrings
Queen Mathilde wore a blue-green printed shirt dress from Natan. Queen visited Wikifin Lab together with young people. Natan pumps and earrings
Queen Mathilde wore a blue-green printed shirt dress from Natan. Queen visited Wikifin Lab together with young people. Natan pumps and earrings

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  1. Queen Mathilde 's coordinated look, with the mask and earrings which mimic the print of her dress, is very effective. Her shoes and clutch complete the look. I particularly like the picture of her in profile as it accentuates her slim body line. As always, she is lovely.

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  2. Everything ok for me, not sure about the shoes.

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  3. Bel imprimé de la robe dont les motifs bleu et blanc vont très bien à la reine ; dans une coupe plus droite, elle aurait plus d'allure. Riche idée que d'avoir le masque assorti ainsi que les boucles d'oreilles blanches du même style moderne !

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  4. A typical Mathilde dress: well done!

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  5. She can surely do better.

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  6. I like the dress. The pattern of the fabric is pretty. It works in a larger piece of clothing like the dress but the scale of the print isn’t as successful in a mask. I like her white accessories. Her hair is nicely styled.

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  7. I love everything here - the shirtwaist dress is so flattering, and the print is striking without being garish. A beautiful look overall (V.M.)

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    1. Totally agree with you Anonymous 7:25 PM.

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  8. I always likes the way Mathilde dressed: less is more. Elegant and chique.
    Lately she has a number of dresses in the above style. For me too much print, too long, belt too high up. It makes her so much older.

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  9. The Queen looks lovely in this simple but stylish dress. I love the colour and pattern, it suits her perfectly. Her colour choice of shoes and clutch is great.

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    1. Agree. Also like the way that she is coordinating the masks with her dress. It's a requirement but she makes it into an accessory. Good look altogether.

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  10. I like the dress but I never like where she wears belts. Much too high and unflattering.

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