December 20, 2018

Melania Trump turns heads in green velvet jacket at the now-closed Christmas reception

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On Wednesday, the White House held another Christmas reception. For this occasion, the first lady Melania Trump looked stunning in an elegant ensemble.

Even though the event was closed to the press, some of the guests took footage which they posted on social media. It showed the first lady wearing a festive green jacket.

For Wednesday’s reception, first lady Melania Trump turned heads in a gorgeous green velvet jacket. She wore the jacket with a black top, pants, and some stunning green heels.

The top had a scoop neck which made it simple but elegant. The first lady descended the stairs at the White House with her husband President Donald Trump.

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For more on this story go to our Twitter account @amomama_usa. The crowd that was gathered below couldn’t help but cheer loudly for the beloved presidential couple.

Melania completed her look by styling her hair in a loose style. At the podium, the president greeted the excited crowd and wished them a “Merry Christmas.”

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This festive season has seen the first lady pull out some amazing outfits. On Saturday night, she and the president hosted a White House Congressional Ball.

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At this event, Melania stunned the guests when she showed up in a jaw-dropping full-length white gown. The gown had a sparkling element to it that fits in perfectly with the magical spirit of Christmas.

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At the time, the first lady had styled her hair loose and she wore high heels. She exuded a graceful air and some would even say she looked angelic.

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On Wednesday, Melania tweeted her look as the official Trump Christmas portrait. The image showed her standing beside her husband while they held hands and smiled.

She captioned the post:

“Merry Christmas from President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump. @POTUS & @FLOTUS are seen Saturday, December 15, in their official 2018 Christmas portrait, in the Cross Hall of the White House in Washington, D.C. (Official White House Photo by Andrea Hanks).”

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