Melania Trump wears skintight flesh-colored pants making people wonder if she had stepped out without her pants

Onlookers were confused if she was wearing any pants with her green Prada coat. Turns out she was wearing a nude pant but Twitterati had already begun trolling the First Lady


                            Melania Trump wears skintight flesh-colored pants making people wonder if she had stepped out without her pants

First Lady Melania Trump is no stranger to making fashion controversies and this time wasn't any different. As the former model landed back at the White House after a surprise visit to Iraq with her husband, President Donald Trump, onlookers had to look at her outfit twice to figure if she was wearing her pants.

The 48-year-old paired an emerald green buttoned coat with nude leather pants, but the color seemed to match her skin tone so much so that people thought she wasn't wearing anything on her lower half.

U.S. President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump make their way across the South Lawn of the White House after returning on Marine One from their surprise trip to Al Asad Air Base in Iraq to visit troops, on December 27, 2018, in Washington, DC. (Getty Images)
U.S. President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump make their way across the South Lawn of the White House after returning on Marine One from their surprise trip to Al Asad Air Base in Iraq to visit troops, on December 27, 2018, in Washington, DC. (Getty Images)

A Twitter debate broke out with people poking fun at the outfit. 

"Holy c***. That is a MINI, mini-skirt," one wrote, while another added; "Melania wearing only green coat and underwear. No trousers or skirt." Another tweeted; "It looked like Melania was pantless, until you see the wrinkles in the fabric, as she walked down the stairs."



 

The First Lady chose a green double-breasted $2,480 Prada coat as she strutted holding her husband's hand and walked across the South Lawn and into the White House. However, Twitteratis had lost their cool with her flesh-colored pants that some even went on to mock that her nude turnout wasn't necessarily new.



 

Some Twitteratis chose to ignore the pant debate and focus on the bigger picture of her "brave" visit to Iraq.  She was hailed as "a brave woman" for visiting the war zone, as this was the pair's first trip to a combat zone in Trump's two years in office.



 

After greeting soldiers and military leaders in the Middle East, they made another stop in Germany to wish servicemen and women their happy holidays. 

They touched down at Ramstein Air Base at 4 am local time to refuel and meet with US military there, before hopping back on Air Force One to head back to DC.

Coming back to the topic about pants, it's not the first time the mother-of-one has caused something of a stir with her fashion choices. In July this year, she famously wore a $39 statement jacket from Zara emblazoned with the slogan, "I really don't care, do u."  She donned the controversial jacket for a visit to children separated from their families at the Mexico border.

U.S. First Lady Melania Trump climbs back into her motorcade after traveling to Texas to visit facilities that house and care for children taken from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border June 21, 2018, at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland. The first lady is traveling to Texas to see first hand the condition and treatment that children taken from their families at the border were receiving from the federal government. Following public outcry and criticism from members of his own party, President Donald Trump signed an executive order Wednesday to stop the separation of migrant children from their families, a practice the administration employed to deter illegal immigration at the U.S.-Mexico border. (Getty)
U.S. First Lady Melania Trump climbs back into her motorcade after traveling to Texas to visit facilities that house and care for children taken from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border June 21, 2018, at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland. The first lady is traveling to Texas to see first hand the condition and treatment that children taken from their families at the border were receiving from the federal government. Following public outcry and criticism from members of his own party, President Donald Trump signed an executive order Wednesday to stop the separation of migrant children from their families, a practice the administration employed to deter illegal immigration at the U.S.-Mexico border. (Getty)