Melania Trump rewears old Erdem shirt dress as she continues Africa tour in Kenya


Melania Trump, 48, stood out against the night sky in the white floral printed Erdem shirt dress.

The First Lady has already worn the dress before, stepping out in it as she returned to The White House after a weekend away in July.

It is the Kasia Paisley Parrot print cotton shirtdress, and was originally £965 ($1,288) on Matchesfashion.com but was on sale for just £341.74 ($456) at the time of Melania first wearing it.

Switching up her look from last time, the mum-of-one paired the dress with a vibrant yellow snakeskin belt.

She wore her caramel coloured hair down loose over her shoulders, and she appears to have had it trimmed ahead of the tour, as it is several inches shorter than in recent months.

After a long day, it is no surprise Melania kept her makeup simple, opting for heavy mascara and a nude lipstick.

As always, her nails were perfectly manicured in a French tip style.

Her engagement ring could be seen twinkling on her left hand, but no other jewellery was visible.

Melania has been in Africa since Monday, and has visited Ghana and Malawi already.

She is set to head to Eygpt later this week before returning back the Washington.

Earlier today, Melania risked a wardrobe malfunction in Malawi, wearing a light dress which battled with the wind on the airfield.

To protect her modesty, Melania was forced to hold the dress down with one hand as she walked along.

For her day in Cape Coast, on the Ivory Coast, Donald Trump’s wife chose a safari inspired outfit.

She opted for a brown blouse which featured mid-length sleeves and teamed her top with a pair of paler, beige cigarette trousers.

For her first day in Africa, Melania pulled out all the stops with an outfit costing over £2000.

She wore a Celine dress worth £1,541.08 and Manolo Blahnik shoes costing £481.59.

This was a change of outfit from what she wore as she boarded the plane in America.

Melania is in Africa as part of her Be Best initiative, funded by the US government foreign aid fund US Aid, which educates against the dangers of drug abuse and cyber-bullying.

It has not been announced exactly when she will return to the USA, but it is expected to be Friday evening.



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