After a busy day, the attendees at this year’s G7 Summit met for an evening barbecue last night at the beach near Carbis Bay Hotel. For the occasion, Brigitte Macron opted for a long-sleeved printed dress in dark colours.
Mrs Macron’s dress had a high ruched neck and long sleeves.
The sleeves billowed a little at the elbows and tightened at the wrists.
Three gold buttons acted as cufflinks, lining the wrists.
The dress was long, reaching Brigitte’s shins, which made it much longer than the royal blue dress Mrs Macron wore on the first day of the G7 Summit.
Brigitte paired the dress with a pair of patent black stilettos.
Carrie opted for a more summery look in slightly heeled sandals and a flowing dress that reached her feet.
Although the prime minister’s wife wore a printed dress too, her gown was covered in medium-sized and tiny flowers in bright colours including purple and orange.
Even Carrie’s hair gave off a summer vibe as her strawberry blonde locks flowed past her shoulders in natural waves.
Brigitte, however, opted for an updo – her blonde hair was tied up in a tidy bun.
As for jewellery, Mrs Macron kept her look simple, wearing only two silver rings and a silver diamanté writswatch.
She accessorised her outfit further with a black clutch bag.
This was Brigitte’s second look of the day after changing from a trouser suit she had donned earlier that afternoon.
To attend a performance at the Minack Theatre in Cornwall with Carrie and Jill, Brigitte wore an elegant fawn suit and pearl espadrilles.
Mrs Macron paired the beige suit with a plain white blouse that featured tiny cut-out squares and flowers.
Her block-heeled espadrilles matched the colour of the suit and were tied with cream ribbons around her ankles.
The espadrilles are from Spanish fashion designer Castañer.
Interestingly, this brand is one of Kate Middleton’s favourites too, as she has been seen wearing similar shoes in the past.