Melania Trump Is Gorgeous In Dolce & Gabbana As White House Recieves Christmas Tree
First Lady Melania Trump looked gorgeous in Dolce & Gabbana as she welcomed the Christmas tree to the White House. She ushered the holiday season in with style while wearing a black shirt and skinny jeans, paired with a long, floral Dolce and Gabbana coat. FLOTUS wore a pair of black, Christian Louboutin suede boots with the ensemble and she looked stylish, chic, and elegant. She walked alongside the horse-drawn carriage that carried the tree and then posed for photos before joining her husband, President Donald Trump, in honoring the hero dog Conan who was injured during combat.
One reporter spoke to President Trump and First Lady Melania to have them weigh in on some recent issues. The reporter asked President Trump the following question.
"Do you have confidence in Mick Mulvaney, Mr. President?"
President Trump replied, "Yes, I do."
Next, the reporter spoke to First Lady Melania and asked her about a pet for her son Barron.
"Melania, do you want to adopt the dog for Barron?" he asked the 49-year-old former model.
To that question, First Lady Melania Trump answered with a resounding, "No."
You may see the full video of First Lady Melania Trump receiving the Christmas tree to the White House in the video player below.
The First Lady chose the best colors in her Dolce & Gabbana jacket as it was the perfect complement for the green and reds featured in the carriage. Melania wore her long brown locks parted down the middle with a flip on each side as her hair flowed past her shoulders.
Her makeup was elegant and Melania beamed a bright smile that lit up her face as she greeted the people. Though Melania wants to ensure that the message of Christmas extends from the White House to the nation, she's making it clear that regardless of how much a hero Conan is, she has no intention of adopting the dog as a pet for 13-year-old Barron Trump.
What do you think of First Lady Melania Trump's outfit? Are you looking forward to seeing how she will decorate the White House this year?