Melania Trump rocks casual khakis, white sneakers and $1,000 handbag for casual weekend after a wet Fourth of July
A day after being drenched during the rainy Fourth of July celebrations, First Lady Melania Trump chose a more casual attire on Friday as she headed for a weekend getaway with President Donald Trump.
The 49-year-old stunner was seen sporting khaki-colored pants that cut off just above her ankles and she paired them with a white button-up shirt, Daily Mail reports.
Melania left the White House on Friday with her husband on the Air Force One for Bedminster, New Jersey, to spend the weekend.
The former supermodel also flaunted a $990 Michael Kors white and brown tote and matched them with white sneakers.
As her long brunette locks made soft waves, the first lady completed the look with her favorite pair of sunglasses.
The first family is said to be staying at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, only about 200 miles away from the White House, to rejuvenate over the weekend.
A few hours after takeoff, the couple landed at Morristown Municipal Airport in New Jersey and appeared ready to hit the golf course for their weekend getaway.
The trip comes as a reward for both the president and Melania after they braved the rains on Thursday for 'Salute to America' on Fourth of July -- an event organized by Trump himself and held in front of the Lincoln Memorial on the National Mall.
While the commander-in-chief's speech was widely well-received, Melania took a risk during the wet event by wearing a white short-sleeved dress with rainbow stripes that fell just above her ankles. She completed the look with pastel pink heels.
While the rain continued throughout the event as Trump addressed thousands of citizens, Melania appeared stunning onstage despite being completely drenched by the end.
"Today we come together as one nation with this very special Salute to America," Trump told the throngs of red, white and blue-clad supporters.
During his landmark speech, Trump listed several American accomplishments throughout the nation's history -- right from the Revolutionary War, to the women's suffrage movement, right up to the Civil Rights movement. He later paid a special tribute to the nation's armed forces, making them the centerpiece of the festivities.