Brigitte Macron has fall fashion figured out.
For a visit to Shanghai with husband French president Emmanuel Macron today, the first lady showed off a look perfect for cooling temperatures.
She sported a cream and navy chevron-print coat over a white blouse with gold detailing and skinny trousers as she and her husband embarked on historic cultural diplomacy in China with a visit to the Centre Pompidou’s first venue in China, located in a wing of the vast West Bund Museum. Macron completed the look with pumps that matched her pants, choosing a suede pair with a pointed toe and a low-cut topline.
The smart look was replaced by a more evening-appropriate ensemble as the first lady headed to dinner with Chinese President Xi Jinping and his wife, Peng Liyuan. Macron wore a pink scarf, a little black dress and a buttoned coat for the meal. The former schoolteacher completed the look with graphic-print, block-heel pumps from Louis Vuitton, her go-to label.
Both men wore suits, while Peng Liyuan looked chic in a lattice-print dress with a silky blue coat on top. She accessorized the outfit with sparkly silver, pointed-toe pumps and a black clutch.
When it comes to footwear, Macron tends to favor pointed-toe pumps set on a stiletto or block heel, such as the two styles she chose today. In addition to the simpler pieces, she has also worked more trend-forward styles into her wardrobe, with fun details like PVC or snake print.
Click through the gallery for more of Brigitte Macron’s style.
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