Melania Trump joined her husband Donald and Vice President Mike Pence earlier today for a “National Dialogue on Safely Reopening America’s Schools” event at the White House.
At the discussion centering around the return of students to schools in the face of the pandemic, Melania contributed to the conversation as she sat alongside both the president and the vice president in a geometric black and white midi dress.
The first lady continued her streak of classic pumps for the event, opting for a set of pointed-toe heels with a low-cut rounded vamp. The pair comes from one of her go-to brands for heels, Christian Louboutin. The So Kate silhouette in Melania’s choice of black suede uppers includes 4.75-inch stiletto finish and retails for $675 at Nordstrom.com. As she left the discussion later in the day, the Slovenian native gave visitors a glimpse at her red bottom heels once more.
The former model oftentimes favors towering footwear from Manolo Blahnik as well as Louboutin in particular, though she has been spotted in flatter styles from Roger Vivier and Dior.
This past weekend, Melania celebrated the Fourth of July in Washington D.C. The president put on a large event celebrating Independence Day on Saturday, which featured a speech from Trump himself on top of fireworks and a military fly-over. For the occasion, the first lady donned a white sleeveless ankle-length dress topped with a statement belt from Azzedine Alaïa.
She kept stable on the grassy lawn in a set of white pointed-toe flats.
Beyond designer footwear, Melania’s dress collection isn’t lacking in major labels either; it includes pieces from Ralph Lauren and Gucci as well as bespoke designs from her personal stylist Herve Pierre, former creative director for Carolina Herrera.
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