Melania Trump Flaunts Her Model Legs in Navy Blue Dress during 'Be Best' Tour in Las Vegas
Melania Trump looked stunning as she gave a speech in Las Vegas on Tuesday wearing a navy blue ensemble.
The First Lady of the United States returned to the stage as she continued her "Be Best" anti-bullying campaign tour in Las Vegas. She first arrived in a chic plaid coat but what was underneath it was show-stopping.
Fans on Twitter admired the First Lady's speech which called for the improvement of children's emotional and physical well-being. Many quoted her as she spoke against the opioid crisis.
Wearing a button-down navy dress that came down to her knees, Trump's form-fitting piece was elegant but gorgeous and showed off her amazing figure.
Set in a town hall, the 48-year-old sat down with former Fox News host Eric Bolling for the last leg of her three-state tour. She opted for minimal makeup and only wore her wedding bands on her fingers.
She wore her hair in her signature look with her brunette locks let out and straight. The top of her dress was tied in a bow at her neck.
Trump paired the outfit with a pair of matching Christian Louboutin pumps and accessorized with a blue belt which had a gold buckle. The first lady's favorite shoes go for about $675 according to one report.
On Monday, the first lady again turned heads as she visited Tulsa, Oklahoma for the first stop of her tour. Making her first public appearance in two weeks, she wore a $6,680 belted coat from Bottega Veneta.
To combat the cold weather, she also had on a yellow turtleneck sweater underneath. Her purple skirt went well with the colors above. Of course, Trump did not hold back on her shoe selection.
She adorned a $695 yellow multicolored plaid stiletto heels from Manolo Blahnik's fall '18 collection. The bold look was first seen as Trump made her way down the tarmac at Andrews Air Force Base.
She started off her campaign by going to the DOVE School of Discovery. The next day, Trump went to Washington State to continue the tour.
.@FLOTUS is taking "Be Best" on the road! Her three-state tour began at Dove School of Discovery today in Tulsa, where the First Lady praised educators for "sculpting our next generation" with a focus on building strong character.— The White House 45 Archived (@WhiteHouse45) March 5, 2019
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She closed it off on Tuesday by denouncing the media for "idle gossip and trivial stories." She said, ""I wish the media would talk about more and educate more children, also adults, parents, about the opioid crisis that we have in the United States." Trump admitted that they "do it already, but not enough."