Melania Trump stuns in ethereal white 4th of July outfit after being mocked for bizarre Mount Rushmore dress

The sleeveless dress went a little below Melania's knees while she accompanied her husband, POTUS Donald Trump to the South Lawn. She completed the look with a red leather belt and a pair of white flats


                            Melania Trump stuns in ethereal white 4th of July outfit after being mocked for bizarre Mount Rushmore dress
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First Lady Melania Trump definitely hit the mark with her Fourth of July dress after the outfit she wore to at a Mount Rushmore celebration recently received ample criticism on the Internet. Melania was seen sporting a stunning white dress for a Fourth of July celebration which took place at the White House on Saturday.

The sleeveless dress went a little below her knees while she accompanied her husband, President Donald Trump to the South Lawn. She completed the look with a red leather belt and a pair of white flats. She chose to leave her hair down to fall loosely over her shoulders and looked radiant at the event. According to a statement provided to The Daily Caller, "The guests will be made up of front line workers and their families, including law enforcement, doctors, nurses, and others, as well as members of the military and their families." 

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First Lady Melania Trump looked stunning in her white July 4 outfit after her Mount Rushmore look was trolled online (Getty Images)

"In addition to music, military demonstrations, and flyovers to honor our Nation’s service members and veterans, the President will deliver remarks that celebrate our independence and salute our amazing heritage," the statement read. "The evening will culminate with a spectacular fireworks display over the National Mall," the statement continued. Melania's dressing sense is usually on point; however, the outfit that she had worn to Mount Rushmore on Friday, July 3 for the Fourth of July celebrations was mercilessly mocked online. 

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We had previously reported that Melania was seen wearing a white sleeveless dress paired with a black belt, featuring a pattern with random lines all over. After noticing her $2,485 Alexander McQueen attire, Internet users quickly took to Twitter to mock her. The sleeveless outfit featured an asymmetric hem and a full skirt. The dress also had a strange doodle-like pattern all over it with a thin black belt in the middle. As per Paper Magazine, the dress was a collaboration between McQueen and London art students.

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Many social media users used the opportunity to poke fun at Trump saying that he was responsible for the random lines on Melania's dress. One such user shared, "Donald Trump got bored and drew all over Melania's white dress with a sharpie on Air Force One." Another commented, "What the f**k is up with Melania's dress? Looks like abstract drawings of nudes, or somebody let #Trump have possession of a Sharpie again." While talking about Melania's dress some social media users also brought up some of her past outfits, specifically the dress she had worn to the same event last year. 

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President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump attend an event on the South Lawn of the White House on July 04, 2020 (Getty Images)

At the event, Trump said, "In our schools, our newsrooms, even our corporate boardrooms, there is a new far-left fascism that demands absolute allegiance." "If you do not speak its language, perform its rituals, recite its mantras, and follow its commandments, then you will be censored, banished, blacklisted, persecuted, and punished," Trump added. "Make no mistake: this left-wing cultural revolution is designed to overthrow the American Revolution," Trump continued. "In so doing, they would destroy the very civilization that rescued billions from poverty, disease, violence, and hunger, and that lifted humanity to new heights of achievement, discovery, and progress. To make this possible, they are determined to tear down every statue, symbol, and memory of our national heritage."

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