First Lady Melania Trump arrived at the clubhouse of the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, but Melania wasn’t wearing one of her fabulous designer dresses on Friday, July 14. Instead, when Melania arrived with President Donald Trump for the 72nd U.S. Women’s Open Golf Championship, Melania chose to wear a more casual but still dressy outfit. Melania donned a long-sleeved cream sweater and olive tinged cropped pants, that were flared at the hems – pants short enough for Melania to show off her red-bottomed Christian Louboutin heels.
Melania and Mr. Trump got plenty of attention when the duo showed up after play ended for the U.S. Women’s Open Golf tournament, as seen in some of the below photos and videos taken by social media users, which were uploaded to Instagram. It was a rainy day when Melania and President Trump returned to the U.S. after their short trip to Paris, and the duo returned to rainy weather.
Melania completed her outfit with a small yellowish gold belt to cinch her waist. Melania also wore her hair down in the rainy weather. As seen in the following photo, Melania walked ahead of President Trump as she clutched a phone in her right hand.
As reported by the Daily Mail, the 47-year-old Melania eloquently channeled former First Lady Jackie Kennedy when Melania arrived in Paris wearing a bold red Christian Dior Bar suit. As reported by the Inquisitr, Melania finished off that look with her hair in an updo style.
French First Lady Brigitte Trogneux – or Brigitte Marie-Claude Macron – has been getting attention for rocking mini dresses at 64 years of age.
For Melania’s dinner out at Le Jules Verne, a restaurant on the second floor of the Eiffel Tower, she chose an entirely different look, with her dress made up of patriotic red, white, and blue colors.
Meanwhile, videos like the next one are flowing into Instagram under the geo-location tag “Trump National Golf Club Bedminster.”
Melania’s pant outfit can be seen in action, in the following CNN video.
Photos of Eric Trump are also making their way onto social media from Friday.
However, most photos, such as those below, feature President Trump at or inside the clubhouse as he waved and pointed and fist-pumped the crowd.
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