The first lady, who is expected to join President Trump for his July 13 visit with Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle, on Sunday wore a dress designed by one of the Duchess of Cambridge’s favorite designers, Erdem.
Given his popularity with Kate, the London-based designer was rumored to be making Meghan Markle’s wedding dress — though that honor ultimately fell to Givenchy’s Clare Waight Keller. But Erdem did get some love from FLOTUS, who went summer-chic in his Kasia paisley parrot-print cotton sundress. The dress is on sale for $456, down from its original price of $1,288.
Trump paired the dress with bold orange accessories as she held hands with her husband on the lawn of the White House, just back from a weekend stay at the president’s New Jersey golf resort. The first lady wore orange Manolo Blahnik BB heels as well as a coordinating leather belt.
The Trumps are unlikely to meet with Kate during their U.K. trip, as the duchess is on maternity leave and reportedly avoiding London, where large anti-Trump protests are planned.
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