Melania Trump channels Jackie O. as she lands in Scotland




 

After a whirlwind trip through Great Britain that included meeting the Queen, and a dinner hosted by Prime Minister Theresa May, President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump landed in Scotland on the next step of their latest trip abroad.

While the president was clad in his usual suit and tie, the first lady wore chic neutrals that seemed a sartorial nod to former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, from the oversized sunglasses to the Hermes scarf and bag.

She looked effortlessly chic in an olive green Burberry jacket, cropped khaki trousers, sky high taupe Manolo Blahniks, and the aforementioned Hermes scarf and iconic Birkin bag.

Birkin bags start at about $8,500 and go up to over $300,000. Studies have shown rare versions of the bags have averaged a 14.2% annual return over the past few decades - an average return that beats out both the S&P 500 index and the price of gold. Melania obviously knows a good investment bag when she sees it.

The first lady has been pulled out all the stops and truly dressing to impress on this trip. On Thursday evening she and President Trump made their way to a black-tie dinner hosted by Prime Minister Theresa May at Blenheim Palace.

Melania wore a stunning pale yellow off-the shoulder gown, with ruched detailing across the bodice creating a corset effect, a full skirt, and a dramatic cape overlay.

She also chose to pay tribute to a former Spice Girl-turned-designer, choosing a navy, beige, burgundy, and orange color-blocked dress designed by none other than Victoria Beckham. Mrs. Trump sported the colorful look, which she paired with taupe Christian Louboutin heels, as she joined the husband of British Prime Minister Theresa May, Philip May, for a visit to the Royal Hospital Chelsea on Friday morning.


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