As world leaders gathered in Davos for the World Economic Forum, our Queen Máxima stole the show with her stunning outfit. Her choice of a bright orange suit proves once again: no one Rocks Our national color is better than theirs.
Queen Máxima at the World Economic Forum in Davos
The World Economic Forum was founded in Geneva in 1971 and holds its annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland. The 2024 edition will see delegates from 130 countries: from representatives of governments and international organizations to businessmen, scientists and journalists. Queen Máxima traveled to Switzerland yesterday (in these adorable travel outfits) to draw attention to digital inclusion. “This is necessary to give people in disadvantaged situations better opportunities for economic development and financial health,” we read on the ModekoninginMaxima.nl website.
Orange above in Switzerland
She certainly stood out: Queen Máxima made an unforgettable impression in her suit from British fashion brand JOSEPH. She wore a double-breasted cardigan with wide-leg trousers, both in the color Rooibos – also known as the 'orange shirt'. Even the scarf and the suede clutch under her arm were the same bright color. She finished her look with brown ankle boots from Gianvito Rossi, a shoe brand she returns to regularly. An elegant and practical choice; Perfect for the cold and snowy weather in Davos.
We think that Maxima's choice of this stunning orange suit is not only a statement of elegance, but also a beautiful ode to the Netherlands. By wearing this color on the international stage, such as the World Economic Forum, she emphasized her special identity and our country’s presence on the global stage.
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