March 18, 2019
President Donald Trump and his wife Melania were decked out in their best clothing as they attended a church service on St. Patrick's Day on Sunday.
The two made the short trip to the St. John's Episcopal Church, a yellow building located just across from the White House.
The first lady looked stunning in a gorgeous white ensemble while Donald wore a long navy coat, a white undershirt, and a red and white striped tie.
Melania, 48, wore a knee-length, long-sleeved coat paired with nude Christian Louboutin pumps. The double-breasted dress was all white. Neither Melania or Donald spotted any green.
The five-inch heels were made of snakeskin and have been seen on the first lady before. She wore them in March 2018 during the International Women of Courage Awards.
Reverend Bruce McPherson greeted the first couple as they entered the property. During the service, the choir treated attendees to performances of "Be Thou My Vision" and "Kyrie Eleison."
Later in the day, Melania went off to expand on her "Be Best" anti-bullying campaign through agreements with government agencies. She spoke to the Interagency Working Group on Youth Programs.
Giving a speech about the accomplishments of the campaign so far, Melania spoke about the need go on enhancing "the lives of children everywhere." The interagency group is made out of 18 agencies.
A few days before her church outing, Melania stunned in a green and blue knee-length dress for a reception at the White House. The patterned ensemble fitted the St. Patrick's celebration.
Buttons fell down the middle of the dress. A matching belt also complemented the piece. The first lady wore a pair of mint green heels to finish off the look.
She joined her husband who introduced the Shamrock Bowl presentation from Ireland's Prime Minister, Leo Varadkar. Melania did not disappoint with her selections for the green weekend.