Like women in power, lately members of the royal family have become new fashion icons. Trend that starts with Grace Kelly, Lady Di or Carolina from MonacoToday continues with a new generation of "royal fashionistas" where they emerge from Charlotte Casiraghi to Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton.
Máxima Zorreguieta from Argentina, Queen of the Netherlands, is part of the chosen team.
Photo courtesy of the Argentine Presidency which shows Argentine President Mauricio Macri accompanied by his wife Juliana Awad and Secretary General of the President Fernando de Andreis (d) when addressing Ratu Máxima from the Netherlands
And by the way, that's the most prominent. In each appearance it eclipses social networks and parazzis who don't lose track of their appearance. Enough to see how the picture went viral with a checkered blouse and pants when a few days ago he continued his official agenda in the Netherlands after a short period of sick leave. Or how many people talk about the long one shoulder dress she wore at Buckingham Palace during her last tour in London.
King Guillermo's wife has the style of a woman of character, who has a personality, knows what she wants and tramples on. He prefers strong colors like red (it's his fetish, especially in costume), green or yellow and has created a very feminine style where body dresses and pencil skirts play a major role. Pants choose them for more executive activities. And hats and headdresses of all kinds are extraordinary fetishes, almost the same as the crown of the Dutch royal house.
Sandleris met with Queen Maxima from the Netherlands
The print is no stranger. In one of his visits to Buenos Aires he hit with a short dress in green animal print. A few weeks ago he was also seen in Den Haag with a jumpsuit outfit from the Italian brand Etro.
Haute couture forms a large part of your dressing room as befits a queen (Don't forget that he married Valentino). However, he usually chooses new talents to take his model as well as Claes Iversen, one of his favorites.
The Queen of the Netherlands will be in Buenos Aires until Saturday. No one doubts that he will once again dictate the style class at every appearance.