October 11, 2019
Melania Trump lead the 'Be Best' Vaping panel at the White house in a classy ensemble. The First Lady paired her outfit with trendy shoes.
First Lady Melania Trump, knows how to dress for any occasion. Recently, the former model successfully balanced the line between casual and sophisticated at the "Be Best" panel event. In a caption she writes:
"Thank you to the @truthinitiative teens for joining me today & sharing your experiences w/ vaping. It exposed just how invasive these dangerous products have become in our schools & communities. I'm listening & will continue tackling this important issue. #BeBest"
Wearing a charcoal dress by "The Row," The she had all eyes on her while sitting in the middle of a group circle.
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fashion label established by Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen. Previously Melania wore a coat by “The Row” at D-Day75 National Commemorative Event, in England.
WDD has described "The Row," fashion saying:
"The designers are masters of proportion, as with the considered length of a black blazer over a pleated white poplin skirt, worn with haute Tevas and socks. Or the oversized lavender oxford shirt that fell just so over rolled-up khaki pants that Miss Hepburn would love."
Trump kept her look very simple, with clear nails and no jewellery. However, she did wear her most important accessory; her $3 million, 25 carat wedding ring.
Since taking office, the First Lady has always kept her jewellery to minimum. As they say less is more and considering her jewellery collection is worth millions Melania's less is definitely worth more.
Adding a bit of flare to her look, she wore a pair of snakeskin Manolo Blahnik BB pumps. It is reported, animal prints are a major trend for fall 2019 and into spring 2020. Snakeskins are currently topping the animal print trends, Aldo shoe says:
"You've probably noticed that snakeskin has been one emerging trend that can't be stopped."
The event was part of Melania's "Be Best" campaign, which focus on the welfare of young Americans. She hosted teenagers from the Truth Initiative to discuss the issues around vaping. The organization she met with focusing on educating people on the dangers of tobacco use.