The first lady paired a pale pink dress by Hervé Pierre — which featured a fitted top and flowing skirt — with a pair of matching pink pointed-toe flats. Pierre is the designer who created her dress for the inauguration balls, as well as the green ensemble she wore to meet King Abdullah II and Queen Rania of Jordan earlier this month.
While Melania often opts for Christian Louboutin stilettos, this occasion called for a pair she could wear comfortably around the South Lawn of the White House. She played into both the monochromatic trend and fashion’s current obsession with pale pink.
Melania read Kathie Lee Gifford’s children’s book “Party Animals” to a group of kids in attendance. President Trump and Melania’s son, Barron, was also there. The main activity, the Easter Egg Roll, involves kids racing to roll eggs across the lawn with wooden spoons. President Trump and Melania kicked it off with the blowing of a whistle.
On Sunday, Melania arrived back in Washington, D.C., from Palm Beach, Fla., wearing a white fit-and-flare belted dress and a pair of tangerine-hued Christian Louboutin pumps.