After months of anticipation and controversy, Donald and Melania Trump have officially touched down in the UK for the Presidential State visit. While Donald’s outfit so far has been a boxy navy suit paired with a cobalt blue tie – Melania’s fashion choices for the London trip have been far more assorted.
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Outfit one: Gucci
For her departure from Washington DC on Sunday, the first lady paid homage to her destination by wearing a colorful shirt dress covered in prints depicting the British capital's landmarks such as Big Ben and Houses of Parliament.
Meanwhile the US president, Donald Trump, wore a dark navy suit, white shirt and blue tie, along with a small pin of the United States Flag.
Outfit two: Burberry and Michael Kors
When she arrived at London's Stansted airport on Monday morning, Melania stepped off the Air Force One jet sporting a navy pencil skirt suit from Michael Kors and a Burberry pussy-bow blouse. She paired the dress with a navy jacket, thrown over her shoulders.
Outfit three: Dolce & Gabbana and Hervé Pierre
Melania changed into her third ensemble for the day ahead of visiting Buckingham Palace to meet the Queen alongside her husband, choosing a Dolce & Gabbana white two-piece suit with a navy trim on the collar and belt. Marking the sense of occasion, she accessorised the look with a wide-brimmed boater hat by Hervé Pierre, that completely matched her dress.
Outfit four: Dior
At the state banquet, Melania looked glamorous wearing a custom Dior haute couture dress complete with a jagged neckline and a contemporary mesh panel.
The Queen too wore a gown in a similar color.
Outfit five: Celine and Hermès
Melania kicked off the next day of the state visit wearing a Celine trench coat, which she paired with black leather gloves and a black crocodile Hermès bag for her meeting with Prime Minister Theresa May and her husband Philip May.
Outfit six: Givenchy
The first lady chose a vibrant red cape dress by Givenchy with a pair of pearl earrings for the second state banquet.