Melania Trump Shows off Slim Waist in Bespoke Navy Belted Dress with White Detail at the DOJ
The First Lady of America, Melania Trump, gave another nod to sustainable fashion after she wore a bespoke outfit she had previously worn during an engagement with her husband, President Donald Trump.
Over the weekend, Melania Trump addressed the Department of Justice at its National Opioid Summit in Washington, DC.
[Melania Trump] had shown up at the State Department to congratulate beneficiaries of the "International Women of Courage" award.
For the event, the current FLOTUS opted to re-wear a bespoke outfit that she had previously worn while on her husband, President Donald Trump’s arm in 2018, per an Express report.
According to Express, the First Lady had worn the same midi dress with patent navy heels when she paid her tribute to the lives lost during 9/11 at the Flight 93 memorial in Shanksville, Pennsylvania.
The former model showed off the bespoke navy and white-trimmed collared dress on her Instagram page with the caption:
“Your leadership on this vital topic has made a real impact in our nation’s communities & by working together, I know we will create a safer world for our children.”
As expected, her followers ensured that they liked the post almost a 100,000 times before taking to the comment section to praise the mother-of-one for a job well done.
Meanwhile, Melania’s dress, which fell just below her knees, featured a similar colored belt adorning her midriff which highlighted her tiny waist.
The First Lady combined the dress with a pair of black classic high-heeled pumps that were patent with pointed toes.
The mother-of-one’s appearance at the DOJ would be her second public engagement this week as she had shown up at the State Department to congratulate beneficiaries of the "International Women of Courage" award.
As regards her time at the DOJ, the 49-year-old had been joined by Attorney General William Barr as she discussed her “Be Best Initiative.”
According to Footwear News, the organization was driven towards addressing the significant issues facing children today.
With that in mind, Melania’s “Be Best Initiative” has made its three pillars to be: well-being, online safety, and opioid abuse.