Melania Trump wears custom $9,800 Dior dress for art museum visit during G20 summit
The First Lady of the United States of America lived up to her glamorous reputation in a $9,800 Dior dress as she attended this year’s G20 summit over the weekend.
Melania Trump accompanied her husband, President Donald Trump to the 2018 G20 summit in Argentina and as usual, looked stunning in various designer outfits.
The two-day international event saw world leaders discussing issues relating to the global economy, and their partners also made time for various activities.
On Saturday, the First Lady of Argentina, Juliana Awada, teamed up with Melania to lead other partners of world leaders on a guided tour of the Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires (MALBA).
Melania looked resplendent in a custom polka dot Christian Dior dress that stopped just below her knees. According to Daily Mail, the outfit retails for $9,800.
The First Lady paired her gown with a cream-colored coat draped over her shoulders and a tiny gray belt to accentuate her waist. Matching gray suede pumps, blown-out hair, and minimal makeup finished the look.
Melania and her Argentinian counterpart joined other partners like Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's spouse Sophie Trudeau, Turkish First Lady Emine Erdogan, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's spouse Akie Abe, and South Korean First Lady Kim Jung-sook among others
They visited the not-for-profit museum and cultural center where Juliana delivered a presentation on Argentina’s Early Childhood programs.
A day before, Melania turned heads in a floral Gucci dress that reportedly goes for $4900. She completed that look with oversized sunglasses, burgundy waist-belt, and green heels.
Later that evening, Melania and President Trump attended the Opera Gala with Argentina's President Mauricio Macri and his wife, Juliana.
The event was held at the Colón Theater in Buenos Aires, and the American First Lady did not disappoint with her sleeveless purple dress. Again, she wore a gold metallic belt and matching shoes that worked wonders in highlighting the ensemble.
The Summit ended on Saturday, and in a statement on the White House website, Melania had kind words for their Argentinian hosts.
“Thank you to the First Lady of Argentina for hosting a wonderful weekend of events and a chance for many of us to come together in appreciation of Argentina’s history and culture,” she said, adding:
“I very much enjoyed visiting the historic Villa Ocampo as well as meeting with some of Argentina’s most prominent artists. Thank you to Mrs. Awada, for sharing more about your platform – early childhood. Thank you to both President Macri and Ms. Awada for the wonderful hospitality.”
Recently, the American First Lady caught a lot of criticism for the $9,000 Dior coat she wore at the Thanksgiving Turkey Pardoning ceremony.