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VOTE! Melania Trump's best look during visit to India

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February 26, 2020 11:28 IST
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IMAGE: US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump at the Taj Mahal in AgraPhotograph: Al Drago/Reuters

During her two-day visit to India, Melania Trump made sure that her style was a step up from the rest.

On her arrival to India, she looked chic in a custom white jumpsuit by Atelier Caito For Herve Pierre.

Adding a touch of desi inspiration to her look, she rounded it off with a green silk sash cut in early XX Century Indian documents.

 

IMAGE: Melania Trump walks outside the Sarvodaya Co-Education Senior Secondary School in Moti Bagh in New Delhi. Photograph: Anushree Fadnavis/Reuters

For Day Two, the First Lady chose a white shirt dress by Venezuelan fashion designer Carolina Herrera.

The cotton-poplin dress featured a collar, and Melania added a pop of colour to the outfit with a red belt cinched around her waist.

Wearing her signature smokey eye make up, she rounded off the look with pink lips.

 

IMAGE: Indian President Ram Nath Kovind and wife Savita Kovind stand with Donald Trump and Melania Trump as they arrive for a state banquet at Rashtrapati BhavanPhotograph: Alex Brandon/Pool via REUTERS

Later, when she attended the state dinner at the presidential palace in New Delhi, Melania opted for a show-stopping pink flowing silhouette by the same designer.

She styled the $3,000 (approximately ₹2,15,302) pink Carolina Herrera dress with chandelier earrings by Amrapali Jewels and mojari-inspired flats.

IMAGE: Donald Trump and Melania Trump wave as they board Air Force One as they conclude their two day visit to India, at Air Force Station Palam in New Delhi. To the right: The shoes of the First Lady seen at the state banquet at Rashtrapati Bhavan. Photographs: Al Drago and Alex Brandon/Reuters

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