Melania Trump dons expensive white outfit for official state meeting
She was about to meet and greet the French leader with her bold Parisian fashion statement.
As reported by New York Post, First Lady Melania sported an all-white dress as she and her husband, President Donald Trump, hosted French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte on Tuesday for a White House state visit.
Melania gathered a lot of attention when she sported an oversized dramatic hat along with her classic outfit. Netizens took to social media to drop in their comments on the unusual choice of accessory.
Melania has been under the public eye for her interesting wardrobe choices ever since her husband took office in January 2017. A headpiece has not been trending in the news since Pharell Williams wore a massive hat at the 2014 Grammys.
One social media user, Michia B, compared Melania's look with to pop icon Beyonce's oversized hat from her hit song Formation. She said that maybe Melania was about to drop her own rendition of Lemonade.
Another user, K Olive, compared her look to the television character Olivia Pope from the American political thriller television series, Scandal. Pope is a character with blurred morals that fixes unusual situations in a fictional White House.
The belted asymmetrical blazer was designed by Michael Kors. It cost over $2,000. Melania also wore 5-inch heels designed by French shoe designer Christian Louboutin that cost around $750.
The FLOTUS had her impeccably set golden hair let loose behind her back and wore minimal makeup.
Her French counterpart, Brigitte Macron, was also dressed in an all-white ensemble.
However, the French first lady opted for a simpler fashion statement and donned a white dress along with a smart jacket with black highlights.
Emmanuel Macron's visit to Washington has been an eventful one. Macron addressed the Congress and criticized Trump's policies of isolation and nationalism without mentioning his name.
Macron also reaffirmed his strong stance on the Iran deal and assured the public that France will not pull out from the deal, as reported by Global Times.