Melania Trump looked chic in a $1,365 nude dress — and unveiled her fifth pair of Louboutins in three days — as she and her husband landed in London on Thursday.
The first lady, 48, and the president, 72, stepped off Air Force One in Stansted Airport during the second stop of their week-long European visit.
Melania picked a dress by Roland Mouret just a day after Meghan Markle wore a dress by the French designer during a stop in Ireland — and made sure she stuck with the French theme with her nude Louboutin heels.
Collection: Melania Trump looked chic in a $1,400 nude dress — and unveiled her fifth pair of Louboutins in three days — as she and her husband landed in London on Thursday
Red bottoms: The first lady’s nude pumps appeared to be very new; the trademark red soles that make the French label easy to spot from afar showed minimal signs of scuffing or wear
Styling: The former model accessorized the midi dress with a tan belt around her waist
Finishing touches: Melania shielded her eyes behind large black sunglasses as she stepped off Air Force One, with her hair down in her usual glossy blowout
The former model accessorized the midi dress with a tan belt around her waist.
She shielded her eyes behind large black sunglasses as she stepped off the plane, with her hair down in her usual glossy blowout.
Her husband, meanwhile, went for a dark suit on top of a white shirt, as well as a striped tie.
After Melania and her husband landed in Stansted Airport, a team of staffers was pictured transporting their luggage on the tarmac.
They had several pieces of pricey Louis Vuitton luggage with them, as well as an Hermes bag.
The pair then went to the US ambassador’s residence, Winfield House, upon their arrival in London, having landed in Regent’s Park on Marine One.
Melania’s nude Louboutin pumps, which feature the red soles that make the label easy to spot, are the fifth design by the French designer she has worn since leaving for her European trip on Tuesday.
While the first lady is usually a fan of Manolo Blahnik’s shoes, she has chosen to remain loyal to the French designer on this visit.
Melania wore two different pairs of Louboutins on Wednesday and on Tuesday respectively.
Duo: The president and his wife held hands as they stepped off the presidential plane
Happy to be here: Melania smiled as she made her way down Air Force One’s steps
New favorite: While Melania is a known fan of Spanish designer Manolo Blahnik’s shoes, she has chosen to remain loyal to the French designer on this visit
Arrival: The first lady and her husband received an an honor guard at Stansted Airport
Minimal: Melania kept her look simple as she made her arrival in the UK
Supplies! A team of assistants was seen carrying the couple’s pricey Louis Vuitton luggage
Matchy matchy: One woman at the back was seen carrying a large Louis Vuitton duffel bag and several handbags, including an Hermes Birkin
On Wednesday, she was first photographed wearing white pumps by the French brand while visiting a music academy in Waterloo, Belgium, near Brussels, while her husband and other leaders met in the capital.
Melania arrived wearing a sleeveless $2,430 Calvin Klein dress with a cinched waist and white and green detail on the lapel, thus paying a tribute to the Nato summit’s host nation.
Designer Raf Simons, a native of Neerpelt, Belgium, is Calvin Klein’s chief creative officer.
The first lady stopped with other spouses at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel, where she was photographed laughing and chatting with French First Lady Brigitte Macron, 65.
The two first ladies, who have met in the past, including when the Trumps hosted the Macrons during a state visit in April this year, seemed thrilled to be in each other’s company again.
Later on Wednesday, Melania unveiled another pair of Louboutins — this time cream-colored pumps, which she paired with a $7,450 white Elie Saab dress.
Visit: The pair then went to the US ambassador’s residence, Winfield House, upon their arrival in London
Transportation: They landed in Regent’s Park, near the residence, in Marine One
Warm: The couple arrived in London during a very warm spell of weather, as evidenced by the brown grass under their feet
Affectionate: Melania held her husband’s hand firmly as they made their way into the residence from the helicopter
Melania joined her husband, other leaders, and their spouses in Brussels on Wednesday evening for a reception and dinner as part of the Nato summit.
She had dressed up for the occasion in her sleeveless, embroidered tulle cocktail dress by Lebanese designer Elie Saab.
Keeping her outfit simple, she went for beige Louboutins, with the French label’s trademark red bottoms bringing a pop of color to her outfit.
The first lady smiled as she and other attendees, including her french counterpart Brigitte and French president Emmanuel Macron, 40, gathered for an evening reception and dinner in the Belgian capital.
President Trump was seen greeting Brigitte as he prepared to pose with other heads of state and their spouses at the Parc du Cinquantenaire in Brussels. Melania kissed Emmanuel on the cheeks, as the president did with Brigitte, as is customary in France.
On Tuesday, Melania unveiled the first of her five pairs of Louboutins when she was photographed leaving Washington, D.C. wearing $795 beige and red pumps by the French designer.
Outfit: On Wednesday, Melania wore a $2,430 sleeveless navy dress by Calvin Klein, whose chief creative officer is none other than Belgian designer Raf Simons
Red bottoms: The first lady wore white Louboutins featuring the French designer’s red soles
Design: Melania donned a $7,450 white Elie Saab dress on Wednesday as she attended a reception and dinner in Brussels, Belgium as part of Nato
Series: She paired them with cream-colored Louboutins — the fourth pair by the French designer that Melania wore publicly over the course of 48 hours
She walked across the South Lawn of the White House to board Marine One in the high heels, which she paired with a $975 long, beige safari skirt by Martin Grant tied at the waist by a belt, and a quarter-sleeved red sweater with a round neckline.
Melania’s red soles were in full view as she climbed the steps to Marine One.
Louboutin’s name is also scribbled on the top of the pumps, which, according to the brand’s website, are inspired by Paris’ neighborhood of Pigalle and places such as the Moulin Rouge cabaret and the Divan du Monde concert hall.
They are made with Kraft paper, which itself comes from Louboutin’s shopping bags and shoe boxes, and is hand-torn before being placed under PVC.
Each piece, the website states, is ‘unique’ and has an ‘audacious new trash flair’.
By the time she landed in Belgium, later on Tuesday, she had changed on the plane and unveiled another pair of Louboutins as she stepped off Air Force One, this time having opted for classic black pumps.
She paired the vertiginous pumps with a beige Burberry trench coat featuring a plaid lining, which she buttoned all the way to the top.
Classic, double-breasted trench coats from Burberry range from $1,990 and $2,090.
PresidentTrump began a protest-laden trip to Britain on Thursday by questioning whether Prime Minister Theresa May will deliver on UK voters’ intentions when they decided to quit the European Union.
Traveling: On Tuesday, Melania went for a beige and red look as she and her husband left for Europe from the White House
French touch: Melania wore $795 Louboutin pumps featuring the designer’s trademark red soles and his name in full view on top of the shoes
Label: Later on Tuesday, Melania Trump stepped off Air Force One in Melsbroek, Belgium, wearing her second pair of Louboutin pumps of the day
Signature: Melania’s classic black pumps feature the trademark red soles that make Louboutin shoes easily recognizable
Ignoring all diplomatic niceties, the convention-shredding president set up the four-day visit with a rebuke of his beleaguered host as she battles to stop her government falling apart over Brexit.
Shrugging off the plans for mass protests, which on Friday will include a giant baby-shaped blimp bearing Trump’s features, he said in Brussels: ‘They like me a lot in the UK. I think they agree with me on immigration.
‘I think that’s why Brexit happened,’ he told a news conference before flying to Stansted Airport north of London.
He said Britain was ‘a pretty hot spot right now with a lot of resignations’.
‘The people voted to break it up (Britain’s ties with the EU),’ Trump said.
‘So I would imagine that’s what they will do, but maybe they will take a little bit of a different route. I don’t know (if) that is what they voted for,’ he added.
‘I’d like to see them be able to work it out so it could go quickly.’
When asked about Trump’s remarks, May said in Brussels: ‘What we are doing is delivering on the vote of the British people… that’s what our proposal does’
Trump is doing his best to avoid the mass protests planned for his controversial trip, which will include talks with May, tea with Queen Elizabeth II and a private weekend in Scotland.
Some 77 per cent of Britons have an unfavorable view of Trump, according to a poll by YouGov with 1,648 respondents.
The poll conducted this week said 63 per cent found Trump racist, and 74 per cent said he was sexist.