All white is definitely the look of the season, but Queen Maxima's statement take has to be one of our favourites so far

We love the unique pop of green that pulls this timeless outfit together

Queen Maxima
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White is undoubtedly the colour of the summer, with countless celebs and royals sporting monochromatic looks in recent weeks - but Queen Maxima's distinctive take on the trend has to be our favourite.

Proving the power of a well-tailored suit, Queen Maxima wore a beautiful all white look for the DelfSail 2024 event in Delfzijl, The Netherlands over the weekend. But what really caught our eye was the subtle pop of green that made this a real standout look.

Greens are a huge fashion colour trend for 2024 and this ensemble has us sold on the timelessly elegant jewel tone. A classically cut blazer with a unique embroidered splash motif on the shoulder, this co-ord proves that the smallest details in your wardrobe can be the ones to make the biggest impact.

Queen Maxima in a white suit

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Her exact suit is from a boutique called Claes Iversen and just the blazer will set you back €1,499. We've done some digging and found similar looks on the high street for a fraction of the price, so you can recreate Queen Maxima's stellar suit on a budget.

Women's trouser suits are also a firm favourite of Kate Middleton's, and were often worn by Princess Diana and even the Queen. A truly timeless purchase that will give your wardrobe a sophisticated and elevated feel, they can be just as easily dressed down as they can up.

Style the suit trousers with a basic black tee and some comfy trainers for days in the office or coffee dates, and pair with some strappy sandals or heels when party season rolls around.

Amelia Yeomans
Senior writer

Amelia joined woman&home in 2022 after graduating with an MA in Magazine Journalism from City University and she is now a senior fashion and beauty writer. She began building her career as a lifestyle journalist after completing a fashion journalism course at the Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design in 2019, writing for a variety of titles including OK!, New!, and Notion on topics such as sustainable fashion and entertainment.