President Donald Trump and wife Melania set out on a trip to Fort Myers, Fla. on Thursday morning, where they’ll be meeting with those impacted by Hurricane Irma. Taking off from the South Lawn of the White House in Marine One, FLOTUS wore a pair of Chanel cap-toe flats instead of “storm stilettos.” She paired the shoes with tapered khaki slacks and a black blazer. The first family boarded Marine One on Thursday morning in coordinated outfits.
First lady Melania Trump is either blissfully unaware of the heat she took last week for her "storm stilettos," or she doesn't care what people think.
First lady Melania Trump wore a formfitting Missoni dress and sky-high orange lizard Manolo Blahnik heels for a trip to Camp David.
Melania Trump got festive on Tuesday for her family’s Fourth of July celebration at the White House, where she wore an Esteban Cortázar blue and white dress paired with red-bottom heels. The patriotic look, which featured white Christian Louboutins, gained attention as FLOTUS was pictured going to watch fireworks in Washington, D.C. But as of Wednesday morning, Melania was seen jetting off to Germany and Poland with her husband Donald Trump — in style once again.
Melania Trump wore a pink lace high-necked gown to a fundraiser on Wednesday night. The first lady has turned to the color pink on many occasions.
Guests for the the White House congressional picnic dressed accordingly for the outdoor setting, but nobody's look was more on point than Melania's.
In the latest edition of crazy expensive things that Melania Trump is wearing, the first lady moved into the White House on Sunday in one of her most enviable looks yet. Outfitted in a Dolce & Gabbana white shell top, Bally brown culottes, and Manolo Blahnik heels, she made her way into her new D.C. home with her parents, her husband President Donald Trump, and their son Barron by her side.
The Dolce & Gabbana jacket she wore to the G7 Summit in Italy was covered in multicolored 3D floral appliques creating a striking garden-esque motif.
Former first lady Michelle Obama wore a perfect pink one-shoulder top while sightseeing in Italy.
On the Israeli tarmac, the first lady appears to swat away the president's hand. Some said she was rejecting his attempt to hold her hand.
President Trump has been in office for 100 days now. He’s had his share of controversial moments, for sure, and many ups and downs. But first lady Melania Trump has been a constant winner in the style department. Stepping out in everything from peacoats and flowy blouses to sequined suits and elegant dresses, she has given us some stunning fashion moments. Here are the best looks from FLOTUS to commemorate the president’s first 100 days in office.
Happy birthday, Melania Trump! FLOTUS turns 47 today and continues to have the amazing style she’s had since first coming into the public eye. It was something she kicked up a notch for the presidential campaign, and then once again since becoming first lady. Stepping out in everything from peacoats and flowy blouses to sequined suits and elegant dresses, she’s given us some stunning fashion moments. Here’s a look back at the best looks from FLOTUS during President Trump’s first 100 days.
Less than a week in, and already Donald Trump’s marriage to First Lady Melania has been the topic of giddy stories and social media posts about the union’s possible implosion. Two instances have gone viral: the inauguration video snippet that has FLOTUS swapping her fake grin for look of misery as soon as her husband turns away, and the images of Trump exiting his car at the White House, rudely leaving Melania in the dust before the Obamas politely step in to welcome her.
What the new occupants of the White House wear in the first few days sets the tone for the next four years of their tenure. The tour kicked off with the traditional wreath-laying at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, with Melania donning a military-inspired coat. Norisol Ferrari, the daughter of a wounded warrior, designed the custom outerwear, meant to send a strong message of support to U.S. troops.
Wrapped in blue Ralph Lauren cashmere and matching suede gloves, it looks like America’s new First Lady is taking style cues from a predecessor, Jackie Kennedy Onassis, during her husband’s swearing in ceremony today.
Nothing gets the fashion press going more than speculation about what the FLOTUS will wear to the Inaugural Ball. Michelle Obama stunned the world in a white gown by a then relatively unknown designer, Jason Wu, back in 2009 and Wu has since gone on to major worldwide success. Since November, some designers have come forward and said they have no interest in working with the next first lady, but wherever one’s political interest lies, there is no doubt ex-model Melania looks great in a frock.
Before officially exiting the White House, Michelle Obama showed one last time that she is the only first lady who has ever balanced style and sophistication so perfectly. Obama took the stage on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last night in a black skirt suit.
It was an emotional farewell speech, and Michelle Obama marked the occasion in one of her favorite designers, Jason Wu. For President Obama’s farewell speech on Tuesday evening, he went back to his adopted hometown of Chicago. FLOTUS wore a lace, long-sleeved, below-the-knee number in navy, the same hue worn by her husband and their daughter Malia.
Melania Trump set the tone for a fashion-forward 2017 when she stepped out on New Year’s Eve in a seriously chic Dolce & Gabbana dress. The future first lady of the United States wore the scoop-neck cocktail dress in one of her favorite colors — trusty black. Melania Trump arrives at a New Year’s Eve party at Mar-a-Lago looking ravishing in a black Dolce & Gabbana dress.
On Dec. 5, the iconic annual Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show will be broadcast. Supermodels including the Hadid sisters and veteran Angel Adriana Lima will grace the catwalk clad in the brand’s new collections, A-list musicians will perform their hottest hits, and high-profile celebs will fill the most coveted seats. Among that sea of famous faces could be our FLOTUS-elect, Melania Trump, if past events are any indicator.
Happy anniversary, Barack and Michelle Obama! The two have given us plenty of “aww-some” couple moments during their eight years in the White House, but their epic love story stretches back to 1989 when they went on their first date to Baskin-Robbins for ice cream and then to the Harper Theater in Chicago to watch Spike Lee’s “Do The Right Thing.” It was so adorable it even inspired a movie — “Southside With You.” To celebrate their 24th anniversary, we took a look back at 24 times the Obamas gave us major #couplegoals!
Michelle Obama will appear on the cover of two magazines in October as she prepares to leave the White House.
Hail to the chief? How about bow down to the first lady? At the state dinner in honor of Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday night, all eyes were on Michelle Obama, who was a vision in a custom Vera Wang gown. “It is such a privilege, as an American of Chinese heritage, to have dressed First Lady @MichelleObama for this state dinner honoring President Xi Jinping and First Lady Peng Liyuan, of the People’s Rebublic of China,” Vera Wang tweeted.
Sure, Michelle Obama might dress in local designer duds wherever she travels, most recently wearing a multicolor knit Missoni dress in Italy, but it’s her daughters that truly capture the culture in their clothes choices. Sasha and Malia Obama landed in Milan on Wednesday with Sasha leading the way down the air-stairs in a sweet seersucker mini dress and cognac leather gladiator sandals. Her sister, on the other hand wore an illusion two-piece heather gray jersey dress with white Mary Janes. And while FLOTUS went off with Chef Mario Batali, who wore his signature orange crocs even in front of the first lady, to preach to Italians that maybe so many carbs and wine without at least a little exercise might not be the greatest lifestyle choice, the teenagers went off to explore the European city on their own (aka with secret service, paparazzi, and an entire posse of other people).