Melania Trump Recycles a Dress She Wore Last Year With Python Pumps

First lady Melania Trump has a wardrobe filled with memorable designer duds, but even she isn’t immune to an outfit repeat.

A photo posted to the @flotus Instagram account shows the first lady posing with the White House interns in the East Wing, clad in a white Michael Kors sheath dress, which she paired with python-printed Manolo Blahnik pumps — a fun style she sported previously on a trip to a children’s hospital in Belgium in May.

Trump originally wore the sheath dress in May 2016 at Trump Tower, when the first family celebrated then-candidate Donald Trump’s victory in the Indiana primary. This isn’t the first time she has repeated a look — Trump rewears shoes regularly, often sporting styles by Christian Louboutin and Manolo Blahnik — but the classic dress works for both the primary win and for a day in the White House.

Donald Trump, Melania Trump, Michael Kors
Donald Trump and Melania Trump, clad in a Michael Kors sheath dress, celebrate the president’s victory in the Indiana primary.
CREDIT: REX Shutterstock

The first lady has been keeping a relatively low profile lately, but she is scheduled to make her first foreign solo trip in September, at which time she will likely debut more chic outfits.

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