Melania Trump took Hawaii by storm on Friday wearing a stunning summery dress and stylish shoes. First Lady Trump's chic look reminded style critics that she's able to go from a cobalt blue dress to a vanilla frock without batting an eye.
President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump landed in Hawaii at Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam ahead of their 12-day tour of Asia. At the Pacific Command installation, Hawaii's Governor David Ige and his first lady, Dawn, welcomed the pair. They were given traditional leis: Melania received one made with jasmine and rose flowers. The president's arrangement consisted of ilima and maile clusters, according to VOA News.
Melania Trump donned a lavish vanilla dress by designer Christian Dior for the visit, according to Daily Mail. The first lady joined the president for a wreath-laying ceremony and the tossing of white pikake flower petals at the USS Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbor to remember those killed in the 1941 attack that ushered American into World War II.
Melania looked like a runway model as she accompanied her husband around the island. The striking sleeveless dress featured a shallow belt snug about her trim waistline. Her choices in fashion have often been loosely compared to the styling favorites of former First Lady Jacqueline Lee Kennedy.
Mrs. Trump arranged her poised look with a pair of oversized sunglasses to hide her eyes from the Hawaii sun. The smartly dressed Melania Trump paired her dress with a pair of Manolo Blahnik snakeskin heels, reportedly the same kind worn by Sex and the City actress, Sarah Jessica Parker.When the Trump's departed the White House en route to Hawaii, Melania Trump wore a dazzling cobalt blue Emilio Pucci coatdress and a matching pair of stilettos. The dress terminated right below her knees that left enough of a visual to showcase her toned legs. As Inquisitr pointed out in an earlier post, Mrs. Trump wore "matching shoes that appeared to be Melania's signature Christian Louboutin pumps with their iconic red-bottomed soles."
During Donald and Melania Trump's Hawaii visit, they encountered a crowd that was mixed with supporters and protesters. It's not surprising about the latter; Hawaii is a solidly blue state and showed the least amount of voter support for the Republican president, according to the Starts At 60 website.
Still, the first couple appeared to be focused on the trip ahead. They eagerly greeted those in attendance and obliged a few people for selfies.Are you impressed with Melania Trump's dress and stylish shoes for the occasion?
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