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Queen Mathilde of Belgium shines with a maxi sequin bow

There Queen Mathilde of Belgium literally lit up the scene last November 14th at the Bozar, the Center for Fine Arts in Brussels.

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On the occasion of the gala concert to celebrate the ten years of King Philip’s reign, the sovereign consort showed off a rigorous black long dress designed Armani Priveembellished with a maxi sequin bow tone upon tone that radiated light.

Queen Mathilde and King Philippe of Belgium

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A detail that certainly did not go unnoticed. Tied just below the neck, the large bow immediately changed the look of the outfit, a very modest black dress with long sleeves and a straight line, which, thanks to the cascade of sparkling sequins, was transformed into a potential party look. festive season.

Queen Mathilde of Belgium

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After all, it’s not the first royal for anticipating the end-of-year party season by dressing in sequins and sparkles. Queen Letizia of Spain already gave a taste of it last week, showing off the sparkling version of the little black dress. After all, the holidays are upon us, and these seem to all intents and purposes like dress rehearsals in fashion style.

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If the sparkle of the maxi bow wasn’t enough, Queen Mathilde of Belgium then completed the look with a black clutch also sparklingclutched in his hands, and a pair of very precious ones pendants covered with diamonds to give light to the face. On her feet, a great classic, a pair of extra black patent pumps with vertiginous heels. And that’s it, sorry, the look is done.

Queen Mathilde of Belgium

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Queen Mathilde and King Philippe of Belgium

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Queen Mathilde of Belgium

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