First Lady Melania Wows in Captivating Cultural Dress During Japan Visit with President Trump

May 27, 2019May 27, 2019

Over Memorial Day weekend, President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania traveled to Tokyo, Japan to meet with Prime Minister of Japan Shinzō Abe and Japanese first lady Shinzō Abe. During Trump’s visit, the world leaders discussed trade and relations with North Korea among attending several cultural events, reported BBC News.

As per usual, First Lady Melania wowed with her fashionable attire. On Monday, Mrs. Trump looked especially captivating while participating in a cultural experience at Akasaka Palace — wearing the perfect dress for the event.  

While listening to music made from bamboo flutes and admiring a bamboo sculpture, Melania wore a short-sleeved white dress printed with a Japanese floral design. The two first ladies also summoned fish in the garden pond and enjoyed a Japanese dance performance from children, reported ABC News.

Melania was also introduced to the new Emperor and Empress earlier on Monday. A special ceremony took place at the palace during the introductions.

This isn’t the first time America’s First Lady made national headlines over her unique fashion choices. While boarding the plane to Tokyo, Melania stunned in a white, button-up, collared dress that was decorated with photos of various landscapes.

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