Queen Maxima of the Netherlands attended the opening of the parliamentary year Prinsjesdag in the Grote Kerk on Tuesday (September 15) in The Hague, Netherlands.
The royal was in scene stealing mode – when is she not? – wearing a beautiful floor length ruffled Claes Iversen Spring 2017 Couture gown which perfectly complemented the yellow tones of her royal sash.
This isn’t the first time she has opted for the Danish designer. He is one of her go-to’s much like Jan Taminiau.
In fact this is the second time she has worn this gown…I think.
When she wore the same design back in 2018 for the visit of the King and Queen of Jordan, the shade of yellow appears more daffodil in tone, whereas on this occasion it appears more mustard with the tiers and ruffles remaining the same.
I found this very interesting, as over the years I have seen in the comments that some of you don’t believe that royals re-wear dresses.
Instead the belief is that they are simply remade or it’s a newer version of the same dress.
This gives a lot of weight to that recurring point that has been made.
The look was styled with a Bottega Veneta clutch, matching mustard gloves and a floral hair accessory.
Credit: Getty & Claes Iversen Couture