During a four-day historic visit to Japan, First Lady Melania Trump was seen taking part in several traditional activities and events, including a welcome ceremony followed by state dinner banquet with Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako, a ‘Be Best’ event at a digital art museum, a sumo wrestling tournament and visiting US troops in Yokosuka.
Over the course of the trip, Melania was photographed wearing six different outfits, all designer including Calvin Klein, Roland Mouret, Carolina Herrera, and pairs of Christian Louboutin pumps.
Here is a recap of all the glamorous outfits Melania wore during her Japan visit.
On Saturday, Melania arrived at Haneda International Airport wearing a postcard-print silk midi dress by Calvin Klein that she wore leaving Washington for the 16-hour flight. The long-sleeved dress retailed for $3900 and was on sale for 1/2 off for $1,950 on matchesfashion.com, but it is now sold out. She completed the look with a thin belt that clinched her waist and a pair of navy blue Christian Louboutin Agneska pumps. The pumps retails for $695 on Nordstrom.com.
For the visit to the Digital Art Museum on Sunday with the Japan Prime Minister’s wife Akie Abe, Melania donned a casual yet stylish pajama-style sapphire jumpsuit by Loro Piana. The jumpsuit retails for $3,450 on Loro Piano website. She paired the jumpsuit with a chunky belt cinched in at the waist and navy flats.
At night, Melania changed into a fuchsia asymmetric wool dress by Roland Mouret to attend the Tokyo Grand Sumo Tournament. The midi dress is from the designer’s Resort 2018 collection and currently retails for $2,020 in Bergdorf Goodman.
Attending a welcome ceremony at the Imperial Palace on Monday, Melania donned the perfect springtime simple white Carolina Herrera midi dress embroidered with florals. The short-sleeve floral midi dress retailed for $4,290, but it currently on sale for $2,145 at Farfetch.com. To complete the look, Melania paired the floral embroidered dress with Fuchsia suede pumps by Manolo Blahnik. The ‘BB’ Pointy Toe pump retails for $625, but it is on sale at Nordstrom for $375.
Later that night, Melania attended a state banquet at the Imperial Palace with Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako. Looking elegant for the black-tie event, she wore a pale pink chiffon gown by J. Mendel. The caftan floor-length dress included embroidered feathers throughout with an embellished neckline with a cape like-sleeves and a slit on the side of the skirt. This beautiful silk maxi gown retailed for $4,490 on Moda Operandi, but it is currently sold out. Melania paired the J. Mendel gown with silver Christian Louboutin pumps. The silver Pigalle Follie retails for $745 at Barneys.
For her final look in Japan, Melania chose a vibrant orange floral print trench coat by designer Dries van Noten. The coat reportedly retails for $1,100, but it is not available to purchase online. As for footwear, Melania paired the bright coat with her go-to pumps — Christian Louboutin in bright yellow. The So-Kate Yellow Patent Leather retails for $600, but is currently sold out in this color.
With Melania set to go to London with her husband, President Trump for a state visit next week, be prepare to see plenty of brand new eye-catching wardrobe ensemble.Calvin KleinCarolina HerreraChristian LouboutinDries van NotenFashionJ.MendelJapanLoro PianoManolo BlahnikMelania TrumpPolitical FashionRoland MouretWhat Melania Wore