Melania Trump is used to making headlines for her stunning outfits, and she’s done it again.
Headlines read: “Melania Trump Soars in a Blue Cocktail Dress and 5-Inch Heels at Medal of Freedom Ceremony“.
Beautiful she was!
Take a look:
The Daily Caller had more:
The first lady looked as impeccable as ever in the 3/4 length sleeve dress with a scoop neck that hit just above her knees as she entered the East Room holding hands with the president.
She completed the gorgeous look with loose hair and matching blue high heels.
FLOTUS also shared a few pictures on Instagram from the visit where the first family thanked the Marines and wished them a Happy Thanksgiving,
“A great visit to the Marine Barracks to thank some of our @USMC. Thank you for celebrating an early Thanksgiving with us. @POTUS & I are so thankful to all those who serve! God Bless the United States,” Melania wrote in the caption of her post.On Thursday, she and Trump traveled to the Marine Barracks in Washington, D.C., where they meet with Marines who had responded to a building fire at the Arthur Capper Public Housing complex in September.
Even places like Footwear News covered it:
Our first lady knows how to make an entrance. All eyes were on Melania Trump today in the East Room of the White House during the Medal of Freedom ceremony, where she cut a striking figure in a bold blue cocktail dress by Roland Mouret with soaring Christian Louboutin patent leather pumps.
The British brand’s fitted sheath dress featured a round neck, cinched waist, a skirt hem that cut just above the knee and a zipper at the back. Of course, one of the former model’s favorite footwear brands was not left behind.Melania Trump wears a Roland Mouret dress with Christian Louboutin pumps.
Melania arrived in Louboutin’s So Kate pumps that feature a low-cut vamp and topline with pointy toes on a 4.7-inch stiletto heel. The pumps are the most flattering footwear silhouettes because it helps lengthen the appearance of legs.
The Medal of Freedom is the country’s highest civilian honor, and awarded at the discretion of President Donald Trump.