Melania Trump made her third outfit change in less than 24 hours as she stepped out in a $3,800 Gucci dress ahead of a working dinner during the G7 summit on Saturday.
The first lady joined her husband, French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte in the tailored cream outfit, which features a pleated front and jeweled detail.
FLOTUS swapped her towering pink patent leather Louboutin heels for silver ones as the two wives both opted for cream dresses.
Melania had earlier honored French fashion house Chanel by wearing one of their black and white tweed jackets as she left for Biarritz and the G7 summit Friday.
The first lady left Washington wearing the classic piece and teamed it with white white J Brand pants, a black top and a classic white Chanel handbag.
By the time she had arrived in Biarritz – home to one of the first couture houses – FLOTUS had swapped her jacket and jeans for a $530 flowery Calvin Klein dress, pink patent leather Louboutin heels and sunglasses.
Melania beamed as she stepped off Air Force One on Saturday alongside her husband, President Donald Trump.
French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte welcome President Donald Trump and his wife first lady Melania Trump, ahead of a working dinner during the G7 summit
Melania made her third outfit change of the trip after leaving Washington in a Chanel jacket and arriving in a yellow Calvin Klein dress
Emmanuel Macron’s wife Brigitte holds Melania’s hand as she welcomes the first lady to France
The couple are in France for the G7 summit Saturday, with the president taking a swipe at fellow leaders, calling them ‘friends of mine, for the most part’ but not in ‘100 percent of the cases’.
Melania looked radiant as she arrived in the yellow midi dress which featured a tie dye style pink and white flower design.
The dress is sold out but had retailed for $530. A version of her pink Louboutin heels sell for $725.
And the white Chanel handbag she carried onto Air Force One on Friday night retails at $5,000.
The white ballet pumps she wore to board the aircraft are Christian Louboutin and sell for $575.
Brigitte appeared to be having some difficulties with her own fashion choices, reaching down to check on the heel of her stiletto
The two wives both opted for cream dresses ahead of the working dinner in Biarritz
FLOTUS arrived in a $530 Calvin Klein dress, pink leather Louboutin heels and sunglasses
The first lady left Washington wearing the classic piece teamed with white J Brand pants, a black top and a classic white Chanel handbag as she headed to France with the president
Trump has already been for lunch with Emmanuel Macron on Saturday afternoon, breaking bread with him at the posh Hotel du Palais in Biarritz.
The president threatened to tax French wine and disparaged fellow leaders outside the White House. He offered a detente at Hotel du Palais, however, as he held emergency talks with his host.
He said the pair had been ‘friends for a long time’ and ‘have a lot in common’ with one another.
‘And every once in a while, we go at it just a little bit, not very much,’ he acknowledged. ‘But we get along very well. We have a very good relationship.’
He had been in Biarritz for less an hour, but he assessed, ‘So far, so good. The weather is perfect.
‘Everybody is getting along. And I think we’ll accomplish a lot this weekend, and I look forward to it. And thank you for having us.’
The couple are in France for the G7 summit Saturday. Melania looked radiant as she arrived in the yellow midi dress which featured a tie dye style pink and white flower design
Melania’s dress is sold out but had retailed at $530. Trump has already been for lunch with Emmanuel Macron, breaking bread with him at the posh Hotel du Palais in Biarritz
Melania beamed as she stepped off Air Force One on Saturday alongside her President Trump
A version of her pink Louboutin heels sell for $725. The president threw shade at some of America’s closest partners on Friday evening, mere hours before he’d see them in Biarritz at the Group of Seven summit
Donald and Melania Trump depart from Joint Base Andrews in Maryland on Friday
The president threw shade at some of America’s closest partners on Friday evening, mere hours before he’d see them in Biarritz at the Group of Seven summit.
He threatened to tax French ‘like they’ve never seen before’ and characterized world leaders attending the event as ‘friends for the most part’ in front of Marine One.
‘We’re going to France. We’ll have a good few days. I think it will be very productive, seeing a lot of leaders who are friends of mine, for the most part,’ he said of his trip, smirking as he added, ‘Wouldn’t say in 100 percent of the cases, but for the most part.’
He did not say which leaders were getting under his skin, but Trump offered several hints in the comments he delivered outside the White House before he left for Europe with first lady Melania.
Trump has a kinship with UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson but their relationship will also be put to test this weekend when leaders of the world’s most affluent countries convene in France.
Leaders of the world’s most affluent countries are in Biarritz after Trump, pictured with Melanie, threw shade at several of them
The president threw shade at some of America’s closest partners on Friday evening, mere hours before he’d see them in Biarritz at the Group of Seven summit
Donald Trump sits for a surprise lunch with Emmanuel Macron, right, at the Hotel du Palais
Trumpt is coming in hot on the economy and trade and plans to lobby fellow leaders to readmit Russia to the exclusive group that Trump will have his turn at running next year.
Macron is pushing a climate change agenda that Trump has vociferously opposed and rejected a U.S.-circulated claim this week that he wants to include Vladimir Putin in future summits.
Trump’s only natural ally among G7 nations – a group comprised of Germany, France, Italy, Canada, the US, the UK and Japan – Johnson will be caught in the crossfire.
The G7 began as a response to the 1970s oil crisis but it has evolved to include, and has in many ways been overtaken, by foreign policy crises.