Brigitte Macron, first lady of France, looked stylish in a bluish purple ensemble at the Elysee Palace in Paris yesterday to meet the Argentinian first lady Fabiola Yanez.
Macron, who often wears styles from Louis Vuitton, made a case for bare legs in winter in a knee-length dress worn under a collared coat with black-and-white buttons and a midi hemline. The look adhered to the first lady’s typical styling ethos: Classic, sophisticated and understated.
On her feet, Macron wore a pair of black pumps with a high-cut topline, a slim stiletto heel and a pointed toe. The shoes appeared to be fabricated from suede. It looked as if the former schoolteacher went bare-legged underneath, a risky choice in the cooler weather.
When it comes to fashion, each season brings its own challenges — and for winter, the question is: How can an outfit be stylish while also providing the necessary warmth? Maybe, the answer is all in the outerwear, and Macron just needed a coat, not a pair of tights, to withstand the chill.
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Macron seemed to have the right idea with her classic black pumps, as Yanez was clad in a similar style. Hers appeared to be made from patent leather.
Below, shop pointed-toe black pumps to get a similar look to Macron.
To Buy: Franco Sarto Bellini Pump, $90.
To Buy: Louise et Cie Teela Pump, $130.
To Buy: Sam Edelman Margie Pump, $84.
Click through the gallery to see Brigitte Macron’s shoe style over the years.
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