Melania Trump, 48, was pictured in view of the world’s media a number of times last week, as she attended the G20 Summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
As well as being spotted with her husband, Donald Trump, 72, the First Lady also posed for photos with a number of other internationally-known figures - such as the First Lady of Argentina, Juliana Awada.
During her time in the country, Melania and Juliana took a guided visit to MALBA - the Latin American Museum of Arts.
While on their tour on Saturday, the pair paused for some pictures.
The former model, who often makes headlines for her stylish wardrobe choices, opted for a pale-toned ensemble for the event.
Melania sported a mid-length cream dress, which had a grey polkadot print.
The dress also featured a thin, matching grey belt which was tied around her waist.
According to the MailOnline, the garment was a custom-made design by Christian Dior.
The publication also reported that the dress could cost $9,800 - which is around £7,695.
She teamed the look with a plain cream cape coat, and let it hang over her shoulders.
The First Lady finished her outfit with a pair of grey suede high heels which had a pointed toe.
For her make-up, the mother-of-one framed her eyes with mascara and eyeliner, and added a slick of pale pink lipstick.
She wore her sleek blonde locks in loose curls around her shoulders.
The evening before, Melania had stepped out in a stunning purple dress, which had a beige buckle belt.
Attending a reception at the Colon Theatre in Buenos Aires, Melania teamed the glamorous gown with some killer high heels.
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The 37-year-old teamed the look with a black clutch bag and stilettos which had been embellished with jewels.
CNN reporter Kate Bennett later took to Twitter to reveal the suit had been designed by Gabriela Hearst - a designer who is a vocal critic of Trump administration policies.
The journalist penned in view of her 41,900 followers: “@IvankaTrump is wearing this @gabrielahearst suit. Hearst is a vocal critic of Trump administration policies.
“Her 2017 collection was actually inspired by female Democrat Senators, including @KamalaHarris @SenDuckworth. Hi, I'm Kate. Here for your fashion q’s.”