Melania Trump wears $51K Dolce & Gabbana jacket in Sicily

Ray Weaver
May 28, 2017

Melania Trump's European wardrobe is just as luxurious as the tour she's on.

The first lady has been making a concerted effort wear designs from each region she's visited throughout the trip.

The black midi dress incorporated a crew neckline, short sleeves and decorative buttons at the bodice.

A video shows Trump donning the brightly colored coat while touring Sicily.

The dress retails for $3,995 and is now sold out on Modaoperandi.com.

She also carried a matching clutch to lunch with spouses of the G-7 leaders, held at the historic Elephants Palace and hosted by Catania's mayor.

The mother to Barron, one of Donald's five children, participated in several rallies across the country wearing Louboutin's So Kate style throughout his election bid.

The first lady's attire can also be a big boost for designers.

The fashion choices of first ladies, including Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis' simple style, Nancy Reagan's lavish dresses and Michelle Obama's trending toward younger designers, have always been of intense interest to the public.

At the Holocaust memorial, Melania wore a white and creme-striped sleeveless dress by designer Roksanda, whom the First Lady famously wore for the Republican National Convention. Gabbana tagged the photo with hearts and a Thank You to @flotus #melaniatrump.

Neither Dolce & Gabbana nor the White House have responded to ABC News' request for comment.

Mrs. Trump, a former model, is known for her stylish appearance.

But it was the jacket that everyone noticed; it was breathtaking - and so was the price tag: On the ModaOperandi.com luxury website, interested buyers can see it costs $51,500 (a $25,100 deposit required) and will not be available until July.

As the Trumps traveled through Saudia Arabia, Israel, Italy, Brussels and then back to Italy, the president left it to top aides in Washington to explain the details of his federal budget proposal for 2018.

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