Throughout her entire trip to England, Melania Trump has stunned in a series of gorgeous outfits. Her D-Day outfit was no different.
For the final day of their three-day state visit, Melania wore a white suit to an event to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day. The event was also attended by the Queen and Theresa May, along with other world leaders including Emmanuel Macron.
The President and First Lady arrive by helicopter. She wore a neutral vintage-inspired coat dress and hat.
Her outfit reflected the multinational, diplomatic nature of the event. The ivory coat was by New York-based brand The Row, which was founded by actresses Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, She first wore the designer at the International Women of Courage Awards in 2017.
ired her ivory cute with nude pumps by French fashion house Dior. Her wide-brimmed hat round out the American, French, and British outfit, It was made for Melania by British milliner Philip Treacy. Treacy is renowned for creating hats for the British royals, including the Duchess of Cambridge, Duchess of Sussex, and Princess Beatrice.
The mixture of British, French and American labels was a poignant diplomatic choice for the occasion. It's also reflected her outfit choices throughout the trip.
Melania has favored neutral tones for the three-day state visit. She wore a white Dolce & Gabbana design and matching hat to meet the Queen on Monday, a Dior evening gown to the state banquet, and a Celine trench coat to visit Downing Street. She broke that tradition to wear a red Givenchy gown for the dinner at Winfield House.
Melania is so lovely! Do you love her outfit?