Melania Trump Stuns in Olive Dress before Turning 49, Helping Kids Write Letters to the US Military
Melania Trump turns heads in an olive green dress which she wore to the Bring Your Daughters and Sons to Work Day at the White House, before her birthday celebration.
America’s First Lady, Melania Trump, never fails to stun people in her elegant yet straightforward attire which complements her great physique. On Thursday, she once again turned heads in her choice of clothing at the Bring Your Daughters and Sons to Work Day at the White House.
Trump wore an army-green ¾ sleeve dress which ended right below her knees as she interacted with the different children who came and participated in the various activities lined up for the day's festivity.
Stephanie Grisham, the first lady’s spokesperson, tweeted photos of the activities, which included Trump helping the kids in a hall as they wrote on cards, and another on the South Lawn for photography lessons.
Among the activities were the writing of letters and coloring pictures of the kids to be sent to members of the military through a mailbox designed by the first lady herself.
The event was incorporated with Trump’s “Be Best” program, focusing on aiding kids to become “happy and productive adults who contribute positively to society and to their global communities,” which was launched last year.
Once the children are done writing letters/coloring pictures for members of the military, they will be mailed using this #BeBest mailbox designed by @flotus. Thank you to all who serve!! 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/aEerebCJx5— Stephanie Grisham 45 Archived (@StephGrisham45) April 25, 2019
Trump always had a passion for fashion, even before she married Donald Trump and became “FLOTUS,” given that she was a Slovenian model. Her wedding gown in 2005 was by Dior and landed her a “Vogue” cover, which she prepared for by going to Paris Fashion Week with Anna Wintour, “Vogue’s” editor-in-chief and Andre Leon Talley, then an editor at large, to pick out the dress.
Another event which Trump will dress up for is her 49th birthday on Friday, which she will be celebrating at the White House, together with Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, and his wife, Akie Abe.
Like Trump, Tiffany, her step-daughter, is also one who dresses well, although rarely seen in public. Last Easter Sunday, the mother-daughter duo were spotted in matching floral dresses before attending church service at Mar-a-Lago.