Queen Maxima of the Netherlands recycles her favorite plaid dress

Check buddy! Queen Maxima of the Netherlands recycles favorite plaid dress for third time to attend small business presentation in The Hague

  • The Dutch queen, 51, attended a small business presentation in The Hague
  • Wore a plaid dress which she has worn on at least three other recent occasions
  • Pair it with brown boots, dangling earrings and burgundy nail polish
  • The mother-of-three seemed cheerful despite the gray and wet weather

Queen Maxima brought some of her usual cheerfulness to a presentation on small and medium enterprises in The Hague.

The Dutch queen, 51, was attending the event, organized by the Dutch Committee for Entrepreneurship, at Secrid, a company that designs wallets.

Showing off her own thrifty side, the mother-of-three wore a dress that is set to become a favorite of hers.

She has been seen wearing the plaid dress at least three other times in recent years.

The mother-of-three put on a lively display as she arrived at the presentation. Known for her attention to detail, she had burgundy nail polish

Queen Maxima sported a touch of bronzer and a dash of eyeliner that accentuated her hazel eyes as she arrived in the wet weather

Queen Maxima sported a touch of bronzer and a dash of eyeliner that accentuated her hazel eyes as she arrived in the wet weather

The elegant Maxima wore the dress – a Natan Couture Franka plaid dress – which is cinched at the waist with a wide belt.

The midi dress features long sleeves and an oversized bow at the collar.

The Queen paired it with subtle brown boots and a small clutch, while adding dangling earrings for a little fun.

Her shoulder-length windswept locks were styled in a straight blow-dry, and she wore natural makeup and burgundy nail polish.

The mother-of-three was attending a presentation on the role of small and medium-sized businesses

The mother-of-three was attending a presentation on the role of small and medium-sized businesses

The Dutch monarch dressed in an old favorite and looked in good spirits despite the gray and wet day in the <a class=Netherlands” class=”blkBorder img-share” style=”max-width:100%” />

The Dutch monarch dressed in an old favorite and looked in good spirits despite the gray and wet day in the Netherlands

Known for her love of color-coordinated looks, she wore matching boots and a small clutch as she dashed forward to dodge the rain

Known for her love of color-coordinated looks, she wore matching boots and a small clutch as she dashed forward to dodge the rain

The midi dress is cinched at the waist and was matched with tall brown boots and a clutch

The midi dress is cinched at the waist and was matched with tall brown boots and a clutch

She looked cheerful throughout the event at Secrid, a company that designs wallets while putting social responsibility first.

The Queen is known to have worn the outfit at least three other times.

The first time was in November 2020, when she visited BovenIJ Hospital in Amsterdam to catch up on the impact of the covid pandemic.

She also wore it in February this year during a visit to the !Woon Foundation which advises tenants and landlords.

Queen Maxima - this time in high heels - visited BovenIJ Hospital to learn about the impact of the corona pandemic in November 2020

Queen Maxima – this time in high heels – visited BovenIJ Hospital to learn about the impact of the corona pandemic in November 2020

Queen Maxima of the Netherlands found herself struggling with an unruly umbrella as she was hit by high winds in Amsterdam in February this year

Queen Maxima of the Netherlands found herself struggling with an unruly umbrella as she was hit by high winds in Amsterdam in February this year

During this event, strong gusts of wind blew her hair all over the place and flipped her umbrella – but she always kept her good humor and composure.

She also wore the dress in March 2022 during a digital keynote at the launch of Women, Business and the Law 2022 in her role as Special Advocate to the United Nations Secretary-General for Financial Inclusion for Development.

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