Melania Trump has had a few packed days overseas in Poland and Hamburg, Germany. Now, the first lady, along with President Trump and Ivanka Trump, has headed home to Washington, D.C.
Melania took to her official Twitter account on Saturday and tweeted about her journey back to the States.
Aside from angry protesters barring her from leaving her residence home for a few hours, Melania Trump had an overall successful trip overseas. Several outlets have reported that the first lady made a great first impression with several key world leaders.
As usual, Melania Trump has also garnered much attention for her varying wardrobe choices over the past few days. During the four days, the first lady wore a host of different pieces which have gotten rave reviews online. Just yesterday, Melania Trump wore a white fringe dress by designer Michael Kors to the G20 Summit concert.
According to Vogue’s style editor, Edward Barsamian, the first lady chose to boldly close out her trip by wearing a gray, patterned Jil Sander PR Dress which she paired with a red belt and red Bottega Veneta coat.
— Edward Barsamian (@edwardbarsamian) July 8, 2017
The dress, described as a silk midi tulip dress, can be purchased from 24 Sevres for $2,269. The website describes the dress, which was a part of Jil Sander’s 2017 Cruise collection, as ethereal with poetic charm. As stated up above, Melania Trump paired the dress with a red Herve Pierre belt — price unknown.
The focal point of Melania’s look was definitely her red Bottega Veneta coat. The coat retails for $5,400 and can be purchased from Bottega Veneta’s official website. Described as a “contemporary twist on a classic design,” the double cashmere wrap-over coat is knee-length and comes with a half-belt which can be tied into a bow.
Melania, once again, wore her signature style of long, face-framing beach waves and natural-looking makeup.
What do you think of Melania Trump’s $5,400 Bottega Veneta Coat? Do you think it was a fitting ensemble to cap off her European trip? You can sound off in the comment section below.
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