Mayor Eric Adams spends Saturday at the Southhampton charity event

Mayor Eric Adams took part in a chic Southampton charity event on Saturday night wearing a bright blue floral outfit that made him look like a ‘Greek Dancing with the Stars’ contestant.

Adams wore a tropical-inspired jacket adorned with vibrant pink and yellow flowers, spaced between green palm fronds, according to photos obtained by The Post.

He also donned powder blue linen pants.

“He was dressed like he was going to the Greek dance with the stars!” a source described at the Post.

“There were more colors on him than on the islands of Greece! It was a success.

Adams briefly spoke onstage at the Dormition of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church which hosted the Blue Dream Summer Gala alongside Kostas Bakoyannis – Mayor of Athens, Greece.

“He spoke for a few minutes with the mayor of Athens. He said it was a great honor to stand alongside the mayor representing the cradle of democracy,” said billionaire radio host John Catsimadities.

Parish leader Father Alex Karlotosos — who recently received President Joe Biden’s Medal of Freedom — told the Post he invited Adams to the party which raised nearly $700,000 on Monday.

Adams was seen at the church in Southhampton wearing a vibrant tropical-inspired jacket.
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“One of his main issues is making sure the city is safe,” Karloutsos said, adding that the pair are good friends.

But sources also said Adams was trying to keep his trip to the Hamptons a secret, as he had several other events he was scheduled to attend that night.

A representative for Adams said he was not aware of any events that weren’t on the mayor’s public calendar, which was empty on Saturday.

The self-proclaimed “nightlife mayor” has now spent several summer weekends in the East.

He gave a June 19 speech at the Hampton Synagogue in Westhampton Beach, led by his longtime friend Marc Schneier, a former vice president of the World Jewish Congress.

The same weekend he attended a fundraiser and frequented hotspots Le Bilboquet in Sag Harbor and 75 Main in Southampton.

He’s also no stranger to the high life.

Adams frequently dines at the Midtown-based Italian restaurant called La Baia, visiting the West 52nd Street restaurant 14 times in June, The New York Times reported.

He also gained de facto membership in the Zero Bond members-only club, where he appears regularly and was spotted hosting another politician in an ultra-luxury private room accessible only by fingerprint.

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