Melania Trump Dazzles in Bright Yellow Denim Dress Paired with Extra-High Pink Shoes
On Saturday, First Lady Melania Trump landed in France with her husband US President Donald Trump. For the occasion, the first lady chose one of her brightest outfits.
The 45th summit included other world leaders. The US first lady looked prepared for a sunny day in one of her brightest outfits – a tie-dye midi dress from Calvin Klein.
The $530.16 canary yellow dress was made from denim. It was designed to feature white and pink scalloped patterns that resembled flowers in bloom.
The dress featured a skirt that fell just below her knees all the way down to her shins. Melania looked like she was on vacation by adding oversized sunglasses.
She completed her look with what appeared to be bright pink Christian Louboutin heels. Her hair was worn down in soft waves plus her trademark middle parting.
The meeting was held at the Hotel du Palais. Speaking to the press, the president said:
"So far, so good. The weather is perfect."
He added: "Everybody is getting along. And I think we'll accomplish a lot this weekend, and I look forward to it. And thank you for having us." Melania’s husband joined French President Emanuel Macron at the event.
Donald hopes to impose new tariffs on the country but Macron was in opposition to the choice. The G7 (or Group of Seven) is an organization that is made up of the world's seven largest advanced economies.
The countries are Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The group states that it is "a community of values."
It claims to have freedom and human rights, democracy and the rule of law, and prosperity and sustainable development as its key principles.
For a reception and banquet dinner later in the evening, Melania chose to change her outfit. She turned heads once again in a gorgeous vanilla gown.
The sleeveless dress went down past her knees and featured a silver chain design. She and her husband were joined by Macron and his wife Brigitte Macron.
The summit will last until Monday.