Melania Trump wore a colorful outfit as she arrived today for a reception at Buckingham Palace in London.
Melania went for a bold look in a mustard yellow cape dress from Valentino ($7,700 on Matchesfashion.com) with a lively long-sleeved violet dress underneath.
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For shoes, the former model went with suede Christian Louboutin So Kate pumps that matched her dress. The shoes featured a 4.8-inch stiletto heel, a pointed toe and a low-cut topline, a flattering feature meant to extend the line of the leg.
The Italian-made pumps are a go-to for the first lady, who also is a big fan of Manolo Blahnik’s BB pumps.
Meanwhile, President Trump sported his usual uniform: a black suit and matching dress shoes.
President Donald Trump and the first lady are in London for a NATO summit, and today’s reception commemorated the 70th anniversary of the treaty organization.
Queen Elizabeth II co-hosted the reception, joined by other royals such as Kate Middleton, Prince Charles and his wife the Duchess of Cornwall. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were not in attendance in order to take time off from royal duties to spent time with family. Prince William, currently on a tour of Kuwait and Oman, was also not present.
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