Melania Trump and Greek PM's wife dazzle in trendy jumpsuits as they pose for photo-ops at the White House

Melania chose a 1970s-inspired monochrome checkered onesie with a black belt and $1,395 over-the-knee Christian Louboutin boots


                            Melania Trump and Greek PM's wife dazzle in trendy jumpsuits as they pose for photo-ops at the White House
(From L) Melania Trump, Donald Trump, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, Mareva Grabowski (Getty Images)

It's the season for jumpsuits! First Lady Melania Trump and Mareva Grabowski-Mitsotakis, the wife of Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, both sported jumpsuits as they greeted each other in the presence of their husbands at the entrance of the White House on January 7. 

For the first photo-op of 2020, Melania chose a 1970s-inspired monochrome checkered onesie with a black belt and $1,395 over-the-knee Christian Louboutin boots. Not to be out-styled by her U.S. counterpart, Mareva showed up in a sleek long-sleeved jumpsuit featuring wide-leg pants. 

The jumpsuits were distinct in their own ways, reflecting their wearers' individual sense of fashion. Melania's jumpsuit featured wing collar and cropped, wide-leg pants along with a zip running down the front. Mareva's brown outfit, on the other hand, featured long pants that were cuffed at the hem. During the first round of photos that were taken outside the south portico of the White House, the latter was seen wearing a black wool coat over her outfit. 

The ladies, with their husbands, smiled for the cameras, even as it started drizzling outside. 

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump stand alongside Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis (2nd R) and his wife, Mareva Grabowski (R) outside the Oval Office (Getty Images)

President Donald Trump wore his signature navy suit and red tie, while Mitsotakis wore a tailored navy suit and blue tie. The men, like Mareva, wore wool coats to keep themselves warm while lack umbrellas were held over their heads.

The four took more photos at the West Wing colonnade before moving into the Oval Office. 

During the meeting, Trump told Mitsotakis that the United States was very proud of Greece and "the comeback" it is making. He went on to claim how well he thought he knew the Greek community in the U.S.

"So Greece and I, and my people and — we have a whole group of people.  And as you see, they brought a lot of great representatives from Greece that we’ve been dealing with.  We have a tremendous Greek population — over 3 million people, as I understand it.  That’s fantastic.  I think I know — I really feel I know most of them.  I think I know all of them, come to think of it.  But it’s a great population in the United States," he said.

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