Melania Trump Stuns In Stella McCartney Dress And Carries Hermes Birkin Bag
Melania Trump stunned wearing a Stella McCartney dress as she returned to the White House with Donald Trump and their son Barron from Bedminster, New Jersey. The return to D.C. follows the death of President Trump's younger brother Robert and while Barron's height captured the public's attention, so too did Melania's style. The former fashion model turned FLOTUS looked flawless as she descended from Marine One with Barron behind her.
Melania wore the Stella McCartney, Compact Cotton Shirt Dress in the color beige. The dress featured two pockets in the front, a collared neck and a front opening that buttons. A darker beige belt accessorized the dress while accentuating the waistline. The skirt flares at the bottom with a rounded hem that is shorter on the sides. Melania paired the dress with a Hermes Birkin bag that matched the dress's belt.
For footwear, Melania wore a pair of Manolo Blahnik Bipunta Cap-Toe Pumps in the color Rust-Suede.
The dress sold out quickly and it's no surprise. Melania is admired for her sense of style and though President Trump may be one of the most controversial presidents in history, many in the public love Melania Trump's style and sense of fashion.
It's a somber time for the Trumps as they are mourning the loss of Robert Trump. It was one of the rare times that the President has been seen with both Melania and Barron.
The Internet blew up with comments regarding 14-year-old Barron's height. As President Trump is 6'3", many people are estimating that Barron may be 6'6" and still growing.
You may see photos of President Trump, Melania, and Barron as they exited Marine One below.
What do you think about Melania Trump's latest photos? Do you like the Stella McCartney Compact Cotton Shirt Dress? Are you a fan of the look?
Charisse Van Horn is a freelance writer from Tampa Bay. She enjoys writing about celebrities , entertainment , and fashion . Any reproduction of this article outside of Celebrity Insider will be met with legal action by the writer.