At the opening of a museum, Queen Máxima of the Netherlands proved that a face mask can become a stylish accessory.
Queen Máxima of the Netherlands (49) visited the National Psychiatry Museum in Haarlem near Amsterdam this Tuesday (November 24th), which has reopened after a renovation. During her appearance, she combined a protective mask against the spread of the corona virus perfectly with her outfit.
The queen wore a dark gray, knee-length dress with a boat neckline and half-length sleeves, which was adorned with a mustard-colored lace from the waist. She also chose black lace pumps and used shades of gray for accessories to match the dress.
An expansive hat, a wide pearl bracelet, hanging statement pearl earrings, gloves and the face mask, which was set off in a slightly lighter shade, completed the look. The wife of King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands (53) has also followed an important rule in the current make-up tables: she used dark eyeshadows and black mascara to emphasize her eyes, which come into focus when wearing a face mask.