Brigitte Macron, 65, embraced the summer weather in Paris this evening as she strolled by herself along the street.
The First Lady was en route to attending the Italian designer Giambattista Valli’s Haute Couture Fall Winter 2018/2019 Show, whih took place today in Paris.
Brigitte looked radiant and relaxed, wearing skin-tight blue jeans and a casual jersey-style top.
Matching the sunny day and her big grin, Brigitte’s top was bright orange in colour.
The jersey-style top hung loosely on the 65-year-old’s tiny frame, featuring a high crew-neck.
The vibrant jumper was cut off at Brigitte’s elbows ad featured gold stud detailing around the edges.
Showing off her tiny legs, she matched the jumper with a skin-tight dark blue jeans.
On her feet she wore a pair of beige suede ankle boots, with a high block heel, an unusual choice for the hot weather.
Matching her bright orange top, Brigitte wore a bracelet on her left arm in the exact shade.
She clasped tightly onto her phone as she made her way to the venue.
Making the classic look a little more edgy, the wife of Emmanuel Macron rocked a huge silver and blue ring on her right third finger.
The ring was long in length and featured an unusual pattern and shape, cut away in the middle to give the appearance of two rings.
Her usually perfectly blow-dried blonde locks looked a little lack lustre, but added to the more casual look.
She wore a pair of black sunglasses to hide her eyes from the sun, and from photographers.
Giambattista Valli is beloved by celebrities the world over, with Amal Clooney and Kendall Jenner being fans of the brand.
Brigitte’s vibrant look is very different to the outfit she wore yesterday for a burial ceremony in Paris.
The 65-year-old joined her husband for the funeral of Simone Veil, a former French political and survivor of the Holocaust.
Simone Veil passed away on the 30th June 2017, with a special burial service to commemorate her taking place in Paris.
Befitting of the occasion Brigitte stepped out in a black and navy shift dress.
Showing a lot of leg the dress came to above the knee, drawing attention to the First Lady’s tanned, toned limbs.