Melania Trump spent more than £1million on clothing during her time as First Lady

Melania Trump, 50, wife to current US President Donald Trump, has access to some of the most stylish pieces of clothing with some of them coming with a huge price tag. With her time as First Lady drawing to an end, looks back on some of the most expensive pieces of clothing she has worn during her time in the White House.

Melania has been known for her love of designer labels, well before becoming First Lady due to her previous job as model.

Since entering the White House in 2017, the former model has been seen wearing some of the world’s most expensive fashion pieces.

From her £37,500 Dolce & Gabbana jacket which she wore to meet with spouses of world leaders at the G-summit in Italy three two years ago to her Ralph Lauren powder blue inauguration look, Melania has pulled off some of the most stylish looks.

As well as buying her own clothing, it is also very likely Melania has been gifted a lot of pieces in her wardrobe.

When President Donald Trump and Melania welcomed trick-or-treaters to the White House back in October 2018, Melania stunned in a plaid brushed wool coat by Bottega Veneta.

It retails on high-end fashion site Net-A-Porter for £3,000.

Even though Melania has an extensive wardrobe, she can also be seen re-wearing clothing on several occasions.

This tends to be in the form of accessories, with her Christian Louboutin black heels which retail for £600.

She also has the same design in various different colours.

For the unveiling of the White House’s Christmas decor, Melania opted for a metallic blouse with her beloved sky-high Louboutins.

The Dries Van Noten 3/4 length gold shirt retails for a whopping £1,000.

Alexander McQueen is also a favourite brand of Melania’s with her rocking it on numerous occasions.

One of those was when she sported her military style jacket for her speech on night two of the Republican National Convention last year.

The jacket costs a staggering £1,413 while the matching midi skirt is priced at £516.

Melania can be seen wearing an almost identical outfit back in 2017 when she welcomed the Argentine president.

She sported an olive green, military-inspired look from Altuzarra.

Her jacket, which featured python-print piping, retails for £2,280 while her skirt is priced at £852.

Melania has a wardrobe worth a fortune with designer brands including Gucci, Karl Lagerfield, Burberry and Dior.

One of her Gucci pieces in her wardrobe is her hot pink pussy bow blouse which she saw on the second presidential debate back in 2016, proving she was well into her expensive pieces before she became First Lady.

Michael Kors is also another brand favoured by Melania with one of her stunning black suits costing more than £10,000.

She wore the embroided jacket and skirt ensemble for a joint session of Congress in 2017.

She also sported a Ralph Lauren Pea Coat when she stepped out in Washington last year where she helped sort out toys for children.

Her ivory roll neck jumper underneath the coat was also from Ralph Lauren although probably one of the more affordable pieces in her wardrobe costing £99.

She added her £795 tartan high heels shoes to complete the look.

For an event on the White House South Lawn in 2017, Melania welcomed the Boys and Girls Club of Washington into the garden wearing a tartan cotton shirt.

It retails at a whopping £600 and is still available to buy on Net-A-Porter.

Another stunning piece that Melania wore was her pale yellow pleated chiffon gown from J.Mendel on her and President Trump’s first official visit to the UK in 2018.

The stunning gown is no longer available to buy but retailed for £6,000.

It’s fair to say that Melania has one of the impressive wardrobes, with endless designer brands and luxury clothing pieces as well as accessories including handbags.

Some of her favourite handbag designers include her Hermes Birkin collection which can cost up to £50,000.

It was thought that Melania spent over £250,000 on her wardrobe in 2019.

Now she has been First Lady for four years, she could have spent upwards of £1million.