Dutch Queen Maxima visited the Enik Recovery College in Utrecht

Queen Maxima wore a short sleeve red midi dress from Natan Edouard Vermeulen Fall-Winter 2016 collection

On October 14, Queen Maxima of The Netherlands visited Lister at the Enik Recovery College in Utrecht. Queen Maxima received information about the "mental health care team" of Lister and mental health care organization Altrecht. The visit was with the network cooperation 'gebiedsteam ggz' in which Lister, together with mental health care institution Altrecht, offers guidance and treatment close to home.

Queen Maxima wore a short sleeve red midi dress from Natan Edouard Vermeulen Fall-Winter 2016 collection
Queen Maxima wore a short sleeve red midi dress from Natan Edouard Vermeulen Fall-Winter 2016 collection

Altrecht is an agency for mental healthcare with various branches in the center of the country. With a great variety of healthcare workers and types of treatment, Altrecht endeavors to help and counsel people with psychological and psychiatric problems. Altrecht provides clinical and ambulatory mental health care in the central and western part of the region of Utrecht.

Queen Maxima wore a short sleeve red midi dress from Natan Edouard Vermeulen Fall-Winter 2016 collection
Queen Maxima wore a short sleeve red midi dress from Natan Edouard Vermeulen Fall-Winter 2016 collection
Queen Maxima wore a short sleeve red midi dress from Natan Edouard Vermeulen Fall-Winter 2016 collection
Queen Maxima wore a short sleeve red midi dress from Natan Edouard Vermeulen Fall-Winter 2016 collection
Queen Maxima wore a short sleeve red midi dress from Natan Edouard Vermeulen Fall-Winter 2016 collection
Queen Maxima wore Natan Dress Edouard Vermeulen Fall-Winter 2016
Natan Dress - Fall-Winter 2016 Collection

18 Comments

  1. Even though the patent leather shoes probably cost a lot years ago they look rather cheap.....The dress looked better on her when she wore it in 2016!

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    1. How do the shoes look cheap?

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    2. Yes, the dress looked better on her in 2016...

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  2. Maria from Italy10/14/20, 8:34 PM

    I guess Maxima has decided to go the sexy way or something of this kind...
    Well, Maxima is no Marilyn, she is beautiful but not a vamp.
    First of all, tight dresses can even look good on her , but they must follow her body lines without making wrinkles nd squuezing her everywhere.
    She could go a size up and get a flattering effect.
    Then, why that jacket on her shoulders again?
    And is it black just to match her stockings or is it the other way round?
    Is she always hot?
    Mumble...
    I omit to tell something about her hair.
    I miss her gorgeous purple look and " healthy " hair!

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  3. Love this dress and don’t like criticising but have to concede it’s on the short and tight side for Queen Maxima. Good for her for rewearing a dress from 2016 but even us lesser mortals have people who can adjust favourite outfits to suit our current shape. She must have access to seamstresses etc who can do the same.

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  4. Waaaaay too tight!! That is not how the designed envisioned the dress. ~Laurel~

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  5. The word ‘horrible’ comes to mind.... who dreams up a sleeveless summer dress with opaque black pantyhose..... and again....too short, too tight. The hair is beyond words.
    Lily T.

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  6. Hair, such a disaster, the other parts of any comment would be fruitless, she is the Queen, act like it!

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  7. Ooh no, black tights dont go with the dress. Put the cardigan on!

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  8. Well , no for this look . Tight dress , black cardigan and tights and un brushed hair . Iam sorry.

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  9. I am going to repeat this...there is nothing wrong with wearing a sweater, a jacket or a coat over her shoulders. This is commonly done and has been done for years. Princess Grace wore coats over her shoulders, including fur.

    There is something terribly wrong with this dress. It is very tight. If she isn't going to let it out, she needs to retire it. In no way do black pantyhose belong with this dress. This is a terrible look. She needs to be bare legged or in a nude hose. I have a personal issue with this color combination. Orange and black remind me of Halloween, so I never pair them. That being said, I would have chosen a different color cardigan. Again, it is just me. I understand her hair is a big issue, but I don't see the point in repeating the same criticisms every time. It is like reading the sun is hot and water is wet every time I read Maxima has bad hair. I would rather reserve comment for the rare times when it actually looks good. Over all, a total fail.

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  10. En 2016, Maxima portait ce modèle Natan à merveille. Sa silhouette a changé et la robe est trop serrée ; je ne trouve pas qu'elle est courte ; la longueur est juste au dessus du genou. La couleur noire du cardigan et des collants s'harmonisent bien avec le rouge de sa toilette !

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  11. A vibrant dynamic woman, but if your hair looks like this, then there is a medical reason behind (maybe).
    Fashionwise I am not a fan of this red-black mix, the dress fits not well, jewels doesn´t help either. We saw better outfits, I guess. :(

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  12. Nothing about this works. First, the red dress looks too tight. The little black sweater is too short, and she needs to actually put it on instead of throwing it over her shoulders. The patent leather shoes along with the black tights and red dress make this outfit seem like an evening outfit, not a day event dress. And for the love of Pete, brush that rat's nest of hair. (OK, that last comment was harsh, lol).
    Chel

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  13. This is a lovely dress, but very ill fitting.

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  14. Foro me a summer dress with black tights don't match.

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  15. Agree with the others, this is too short and too tight. I admire her choice to recycle an older piece, but this just isn’t very flattering any more. (V.M.)

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