April 18, 2018

Melania Trump looks dazzling as she wears a $3,000 black and white dress

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Melania Trump stunned fans and critics alike when she stepped out in a beautiful black-and-white striped dress during the Japanese Prime Minister's visit.

President Doland Trump and Melania are hosting the Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, and his wife Akie Abe, from April 17 until April 20, 2018, at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida. 

Trump tweeted that he was looking forward to meeting with the Prime Minister, and said their main topics of discussion would be North Korea, as well as trade and military security. 

As reported by IBT Times, Melania chose a $3,000 Carolina Herrera dress for the occasion. She paired the dress with white Christian Louboutin stilettos. 


The off-the-shoulder neckline and cap-sleeved bodice complimented Melania's figure, and the trumpet skirt accentuated her shapely legs. 


President Trump, who wore a striped tie to match his wife's outfit, was dressed in a navy tuxedo, with a lapel pin of the American flag. 

The first couple appeared cheerful as they held hands before giving Prime Minister Abe and his wife a tour of the estate. 

According to Palm Beach Post, the Prime Minister arrived at 3 pm. Photographers were allowed to snap photos of the meeting at 7 pm, and dinner was held at 7:30 pm.


Melania laughed and smiled alongside her husband, seemingly unfazed by recent allegations of infidelity involving the porn star, Stormy Daniels. 

Their relationship appears stronger than ever, and Trump referred to Melania as his 'better half' in an email sent to his supporters on April 15, 2018. 

As reported by Newsweek, he asked his supporters to 'join in celebrating' her birthday, by signing her card. Melania will celebrate her 48th birthday on April 26, 2018. 

'Melania is my rock and foundation, and I wouldn’t be the man I am today without her by my side. She’s the cornerstone of our family, and an incredible mother to our son, Barron. I’m so proud of her accomplishments.'

President Trump, Newsweek, April 16, 2018.