Melania Trump Turns Heads in a Tight Black Dress at a Reception for Black History Month
On Thursday, First Lady Melania Trump attended a reception with her husband President Donald Trump at the White House. For this occasion, she wore a black tight sleeveless black dress that complemented her body.
The first lady wore black heels to complete her look for the National African American History Month event.
First Lady Melania Trump turned heads this week while attending a reception in honor of National African American History Month. The black sheath dress she wore went down just past her knees.
Her hair was styled loosely and she wore black high heels. At the event, she was joined by her husband President Donald Trump.
The first lady took to her official Instagram and Twitter accounts to share images from the evening. She captioned her post, “Wonderful evening at @WhiteHouse celebrating #AfricanAmericanHistoryMonth!”
At the event, the president pledged to expand opportunities for Americans of every race, religion, and creed. Hundreds of people attended the reception.
The politician also boasted about the economy and claimed that the unemployment rate for African-Americans was at its “lowest ever.” In May last year, the black unemployment rate reached a low 5.9 percent.
However, the number changes monthly and it had increased to 6.8 percent by January. The president also praised the passage of a criminal justice reform bill which came into power in December.
The politician also noted that the nation's sentencing laws disproportionately “harm African-American communities far, far greater than anybody else.” One of the first inmates released through the bill's approval, Catherine Toney, thanked the president and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, for her freedom.
Not everyone likes the outfits that the first lady wears. On President’s Day, Melania visited Miami's Nicklaus Children's Hospital wearing a $2,500 Gabriela Hearst floral dress.
However, some Twitter users criticized it calling it “hideous” and “ugliest dress ever.” Goes to show, we all have different tastes in clothing.