Melania Trump, whether she likes the title or not, is a fashion barometer in her own right and knows how to turn heads with her wardrobe selection. Over the weekend, First Lady Trump wowed the public when she stepped out for an event with the president wearing a form-fitting little black dress, according to an AOL Style report.
Melania Trump was seen leaving the White House with President Trump to take a short drive over to Trump International Hotel for dinner and a "night out on the town." Melania looked dazzling in a figure-hugging LBD that featured a low-cut neckline. The Dolce & Gabbana number stopped right below her knees. Mrs. Trump paired the dress with a matching coat wrapped gingerly about her shoulders.
The 47-year-old mother to one son, Barron, coordinated her look with silver Christian Louboutin patent leather heels. The FLOTUS appeared comfortable in the stylish look, and little black dresses are apparently her go-to frocks. Sources said she wore a similar look weeks ago when she and Barron spent some quality time together.
Melania Trump's all-black attire is being described as the perfect way to usher in the holiday season. The first lady is hosting a Halloween party in the late afternoon on Monday at the White House. She posted a picture on Instagram of the hard work she and her staff put in to decorate the "People's House" for the spooky bash.
Here are more images of Melania Trump wearing a little black dress.The party is open for trick-or-treaters of all ages, according to a press release from the Office of the First Lady. Melania extended invitations to nearly two-dozen schools across Virginia, the District of Columbia, and Maryland. Community organizations and Armed Forces families also made her list of invitees. According to a Yahoo report, "haters" are attacking Melania Trump for hosting the White House Halloween party. Anti-Donald Trump critics assailed the first lady after she posted her tweet about the event. Some of the tweets focused on the Trump administration ongoing battle with the press and alleged collusion with Russia in the recent election. Supporters came to her defense, stating their approval for the holiday decorations.
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