The 45-year-old monarch, who is originally from the south American country, sparkled in the outfit that was matched with a diamond necklace and tiara.
The Dutch royals were there to greet President Marci and First Lady Juliana Awada as part of an official two-day visit.
Queen Maxima at the start of the state dinner
Argentinean dignitaries were welcomed to the Netherlands by Queen Maxima and King Willem Alexander at the start of their visit to the country.
The group later visited the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam and were given a tour by a guide.
Queen Máxima of the Netherlands Mon, February 20, 2017
The ever so stylish Queen Maxima of the Netherlands oozes elegance in this selection of her best photographs.
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Queen Maxima of the Netherlands attends the royal wedding of Prince Carl Philip of Sweden and Sofia Hellqvist at The Royal Palace
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands wore a light pink evening gown
Dutch Queen Maxima (L) and Argentine First Lady Juliana Awada (R)
The Argentine President and his wife appear to be making the rounds of the European countries recently and visited Spain last month where they were welcomed by King Felipe and Queen Letizia, who appeared to strike up quite a friendship with the first lady.
Earlier this month Queen Maxima attended a talk at the University of Amsterdam and was spotted laughing as she listened to a presentation on the effects of music on a child’s brain.
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands host a state banquet
Queen Maxima recently completed a three-day whistle-stop tour of New York and Washington, as part of her work as a special advocate of the Secretary-General of the United Nations for inclusive finance for development.
She met with a group of UN ambassadors from around 37 countries actively working to improve global access to financial services to enable the development of low-income groups.
Dutch Queen Maxima (R) and Argentine First Lady Juliana Awada (L)
Queen Maxima cracks a smile during the photographs
Maxima, who is mother to Princesses Catharina-Amalia, 13, Alexia, 11 and Ariane, nine, was born in Argentina and married into the Dutch royal family in 2002, after meeting her husband-to-be in Seville in 1999.
Despite reportedly having no idea that Willem-Alexander was heir to the throne when the pair first met, she eventually became Queen consort when her husband was crowned in April 2013.