Melania Trump has criticized a number of things from the moment
Donald Trump announced his intention to become president. From her accent to her rumors about her husband, the 49-year-old has been the target of many jokes. However, if there is one thing that no one can blame the First Lady, it is her impeccable sense of fashion (except for the controversial “I really don’t care, does it?” Of course, Zara jacket). The former model brought her A-game in style during the four-day visit of Japan to the first couple, shaking one beautiful outfit after the other during the many events she attended.
The last Japanese visit of the Trumps was quite a historic event, as they had the honor of being the first foreign leaders to visit Emperor Naruhito and his wife Empress Masako since he ascended the throne earlier this month. Bearing in mind the importance of the visit, it seemed that Melania took the utmost care to ensure that she properly dressed the role. The First Lady practically caught her breath during her visit to the Japanese Akasaka Palace Annex on Monday morning, dressed in a flowing white Carolina Herrera dress. The $ 4,290 outfit had beautiful floral decorations and she completed her look with red stiletto pumps. The sailor of the Trump looked extremely elegant when she spent the day watching traditional cultural performances in the Akasaka Palace Annex in Tokyo according to Express.co.uk.
The dress that is offered for sale on the online luxury fashion retail platform Farfetch, fell on its middle calves and had a high neckline and short sleeves. The product description on the website reads: “The distinctive aesthetic of House Herrera lies in the unique combination of timeless elegance and modern sophistication. This embroidered white Carolina Herrera white dress has a round neck, short sleeves, a button closure at the back, a detail to the back of the keyhole, a zipper at the back, a flared style, a medium length and an embroidered floral pattern. “
After an extravagant welcome ceremony, Melania joined Akie Abe, the wife of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, to enjoy a series of performances with rich Japanese culture. The two women smiled as they walked side by side to view the performances that ranged from traditional dances and music to flower-arranging demonstrations. The beautiful Carolina Herrera dress was not the only outfit that left a mark on us during the visit of Melania’s Japan. During her visit to the interactive Mori Building Digital Art Museum on Sunday, she looked very slim in a ‘sapphire’ jumpsuit from Loro Piana.
The $ 3,450 jumpsuit consisted of three-quarter sleeves and a full-length leg, with the lapel and cuffs trimmed with white. Melania Trump also made a cinched waist with a sturdy belt with an oversized buckle. In addition, while she is usually seen in high heels, the First Lady opted for comfortable navy blue flats while mixing with children in the museum. She spoke to the assembled young students and even signed them.
She got a remarkable look on Monday evening when she and her husband attended a six-course dinner in the Imperial Palace. For their dinner with the Japanese emperor and empress, the First Lady was blinded in a $ 4,490 juvenile cover coat, J. Mendel, Daily Mail reports. The pale pink dress had silver embroidered feathers and a cape that hung elegantly over her shoulders. Melania completed her look with a pair of diamond stud earrings and silver pumps that matched the embroidery on her dress and wore her brown hair in loose waves.
During his visit, President Trump presented Emperor Naruhito with a 1938 viola, handmade in West Virginia, and a signed photo of the American composer Aaron Copland, along with a signed photo of himself as usual when state guests visit the Emperor and Empress. In the meantime the First Lady Empress Masako presented a tailor-made desk set for the White House. According to PEOPLE, the office included a pen made from a living red oak tree at Harvard University, where the empress was previously an economics student.