Did Melania Just Troll Trump In Her White #SOTU Pantsuit?
What Is The Meaning Of Melania's All-White #SOTU Outfit?
Melania Trump made her first official public appearance since sordid allegations involving her husband and a porn star surfaced, and she did it in style.
At her husband’s first State of the Union address, the first lady wore a white Christian Dior capri-pant suit with a matching silk Dolce & Gabbana blouse and Christian Louboutin pumps.
Melania Trump's White Pantsuit
Melania’s look just might be a calculated — and potentially feminist — choice. At Trump’s address to Congress last February, female democratic senators donned white to pay homage to the suffragettes and the fight for women’s equality. Many fashion critics, such as The New York Times’ Vanessa Friedman, were quick to point out the likeness to “suffragists” in Melania’s outfit choice. Hillary Clinton also notably wore a white suit for Trump’s inauguration.
Melania Trump Wearing American Clothing Brands?
Melania Trump wore a white Christian Dior pantsuit, a silk Dolce Gabbana blouse and Christian Louboutin heels to #SOTU. None of the designers are American or manufacture in the U.S.
Melania Trump is sporting a white pantsuit — a favorite sartorial choice of Hillary Clinton and a color once worn by Democrats to protest President Trump — to the #SOTU... https://t.co/TSbDMJzm5i pic.twitter.com/MIWe1hfvZS— Judy Kurtz (@JudyKurtz) January 31, 2018
And though black has become the color of the #MeToo movement, 24 female musicians at the Grammys on Sunday wore white for a performance alongside Kesha, who has been vocal about sexual assault in the music industry.
Is Melania Protesting Trump and Stormy Daniels
Earlier this month a bombshell report surfaced that a lawyer for the president, during his campaign, paid off porn star Stormy Daniels to keep quiet about an alleged affair.
Daniels has since denied that any affair took place.
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