Melania Trump looks stunning as she unveils White House Christmas decor in metallic shirt and favorite Louboutins
Melania's look received a lot of praise from social media users, with one saying, 'First Lady is beautiful as always as is the White House'
First Lady Melania Trump looked stunning as she unveiled the Christmas decorations at the White House for the last time. Melania was seen sporting a metallic blouse and a pair of her favorite Christian Louboutins. She was also seen wearing a $1,334 (£1,000) gold metallic shirt designed by Dries Van Noten, which had 3/4 sleeves, and buttons up in the middle. She tucked the shirt into a simple and elegant black long pencil skirt, Express reported.
She accessorized her well put together outfit with a thin belt. Melania chose to finish off her look with a pair of her signature footwear brand – Louboutin black heels – and kept the rest simple with no bracelet and no necklace. She had her hair styled to fall loosely over her shoulders with the front locks slightly curled away from her face.
She had chosen to go with a strong contour and a dark brown eyeshadow and finished her look with some soft pink lipstick.
Many social media users praised Melania for her fashion sense and complimented her stunning look. One such user had written, "So beautiful, White House Christmas is stunning!" Another commented, "Our Most Beautiful USA First First Lady Melania Trump!!! Best Christmas Decorations... Thank you!! Love to you & your family!!! Merry Christmas!!!" "First Lady is beautiful as always as is the White House," shared yet another user.
So beautiful, White House Christmas is stunning!🇺🇸❤️— Patrice Baker (@hrt2know) November 30, 2020
Our Most Beautiful USA 🇺🇸 First First Lady Melania Trump!!! Best Christmas Decorations... Thank you!! Love to you & your family!!! Merry Christmas!!! 🎄🙏🏼🕊🎄— Gwendolyn Canon (@CanonGwendolyn) December 1, 2020
First Lady is beautiful as always as is the White House.— Janet (@Janet30041141) November 30, 2020
She had taken to social media to post pictures of the decorations which have included many decorated Christmas trees. We had earlier reported that Melania unveiled her final Christmas decorations at the White House and announced this year's theme as 'America the Beautiful."
She took to her official Twitter account to reveal the decorations this year which were done in classic red, gold, and white. She wrote: "During this special time of the year, I am delighted to share “America the Beautiful” and pay tribute to the majesty of our great Nation. Together, we celebrate this land we are all proud to call home."
A train can be seen running through part of the decor in the video shared and a traditional gingerbread house in the shape of the White House as Melania is seen walking through it. As per reports, volunteers visited the White House this weekend to get the White House ready for the holiday season. Melania has written about the volunteers in a Twitter post, saying: "This weekend, volunteers from all across America have come to decorate the for the holiday season. Thank you for your time, enthusiasm & devotion to make sure the spirit of peace & joy fill the historic rooms & halls of the People’s House!"
During this special time of the year, I am delighted to share “America the Beautiful” and pay tribute to the majesty of our great Nation. Together, we celebrate this land we are all proud to call home. #WHChristmas pic.twitter.com/fdZmB3rdXL— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) November 30, 2020
However, like previous years, this year too Melania got slammed by the Internet over her 2018 comments where she showed how tired she is to have prepared for the Christmas tree and related celebrations. As per the White House tradition, the first lady is tasked to look after the decorations that bring joy to all, however, Melania threw some disdainful comments in 2018.
Melania's former friend and senior adviser, Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, Melania was saying, "I'm working ... my a** off on the Christmas stuff, that you know, who gives a f**k about the Christmas stuff and decorations? But I need to do it, right?". "OK, and then I do it and I say that I'm working on Christmas and planning for the Christmas and they said, 'Oh, what about the children that they were separated?' Give me a f**king break," Melania continued.
This will be Melania's final year overseeing the holiday decorations at the White House with President-elect Joe Biden's wife, Dr. Jill Biden taking her position on January 20.