Melania Trump Wears Six Stellar Outfits Worth about a Whopping $20,000 in Just Four Days in Japan
The First Lady of the United States is widely known for her elegant and expensive fashion choices but she managed to break a new record by wearing six different outfits in a single trip.
Melania Trump followed her husband, President Donald Trump, all the way to Japan for a four-day trip, where she shined bright by displaying a collection of expensive ensembles,
In total, the dresses worn by Melania amounted to $19,250, a number that greatly surpasses the $20,000 mark after including the cost of her shoes, belts and jewelry.
The first dress was created by Calvin Klein and cost $3,900. Melania displayed it upon their arrival at the Haneda International Airport in Tokyo, on May 25, 2019.
The second one was a pajama-style silk jumpsuit by Loro Piana, which cost $3,450. The 49-year-old rocked the design while visiting the Mori Building Digital Art Museum with Akie Abe, the wife of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
Next came a very bright and pink $2,020 Roland Mouret dress that Melania donned while attending the Tokyo Grand Sumo Tournament at Ryogoku Kokugikan Stadium.
Being a big fan of Carolina Herrera, the First Lady opted to wear a $4,290 white embroidered frock, which was both light and airy, for a welcome ceremony at the Imperial Palace where she met Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako.
Melania's fifth dress was arguably the most beautiful one in the collection. It was a plain pink gown designed by J. Mendel with a matching cape with a sparkly leaf print. For those interested in acquiring the same dress, let it be known that is costs $4,490.
DRIE VAN NOTEN
Finally, during the last day of the trip to Japan, Melania wore a Drie Van Noten white coat with an orange floral pattern, giving her a warm look. The outfit was the cheapest of them all, costing only $1,100.
But despite all the expensive dresses, it has been previously reported that the First Lady pays for all of her own clothes, a claim made by her spokesperson, Stephanie Grisham.