Melania Trump Dons Stylish White Sleeveless Dress as She Receives Woman of Distinction Award from PBA University
Melania Trump showed off her fashion style again as she received the Woman of Distinction Award from PBA University.
When Melania Trump isn't overseeing issues with her husband, Donald, she is out on the streets showing off her fashion style.
The First Lady recently reminded her followers of her style when she shared a series of pictures from her visit to an event at the Palm Beach Atlantic University.
"...PBA's website revealed that the Woman of Distinction award was only given to women who held their community and family in high esteem."
The images showed the 49-year-old in a white sleeveless gown, which seemed appropriate for the event that saw her receive the 2020 Woman of Distinction award.
Melania had paired her dress with a pair of nude pumps and some subtle makeup.
Her comment section quickly got flooded with compliments from her followers with one person stating that the award was well deserved.
A sixth person said that she was made of a 100% class while others recalled her famous fashion moments.
One of those moments, according to Town and Country Living, occurred in January when she rocked a belted patent leather trench coat – which was designed by the Australian label Scanlan Theodore.
Most of her fashion highs, however, occurred in 2019 during special events.
For example, in December 2019, the First Lady turned heads with a Givenchy gown that she wore for a New Year's Eve celebration at Mar-a-Lago.
As regards the award she took home, PBA's website revealed that the Woman of Distinction award was only given to women who held their community and family in high esteem.
Additionally, these women also had a desire to preserve these ideals for others.
The event has been a PBA tradition for over 25 years with proceeds from the luncheon going towards a scholarship fund for deserving female students.
In 2019, the event honored Audrey Gruss, who is president of the Audrey and Martin Gruss Foundation.
It also honored Laurie S. Silvers, who was a law practitioner over a decade before she began a career as a media entrepreneur.