There couldn’t be a more elegant, graceful, fashionable, lovely First Lady. She is simply stunning.
That’s because she’s proud of the great nation we live in for what it was and is not for what she wants it to be.
Finally, class and elegance are back in the White House! What a great first family, love em!
She showed her class in Paris again!
Following a boat ride on the Seine on Thursday, the President and First Lady joined French president Emmanuel Macron and his wife, Brigitte Macron, for pre-Bastille Day dinner at the Eiffel Towe
On the eve of Bastille Day, Melania Trump paid a fashionable tribute to France with her latest look.
Stunning in a red, white and blue dress by Hervé Pierre, the first lady joined French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte Trogneux today for dinner at the Jules Verne restaurant at the Eiffel Tower in Paris.
Melania, always one for custom-made high fashion frocks, wore a bespoke Hervé Pierre red, white and navy blue cocktail dress for the formal dinner, paired with black stilettos and perfectly tousled hair.
The dress takes inspiration from the Americana and French flags, but also is unusual in its bodice origami-like detailing, which resembles a basket of wheat.
Hervé Pierre, a French-American fashion designer, is the First Lady’s go-to designer for custom-made ensembles, along with Stefano Gabbana from the Italian fashion house Dolce & Gabbana.
People all over the world respect our president and our FLOTUS, and people right here in our own country disrespect them so badly. When Donald and Melania arrived in Paris today Melania once again showed her class that was appreciated by the French media!
Melania Trump may be an American in Paris, but she’s taking the cultural diplomacy part of the quick trip serious, as evidenced by her travel wardrobe.
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