Melania Trump ridiculed for 'cabin crew' outfit as she lands in UK for state visit

·Yahoo Style UK deputy editor

Melania Trump is being mocked for wearing a cabin crew inspired look as she landed in the UK this morning.

The 49-year-old First Lady had barely stepped off the plane at London Stansted airport before Twitter blew up with jokes about her so-called “trolley dolly” look.

She is visiting the country as part of a three-day long state visit alongside her husband, President Donald Trump.

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But it would seem the usually stylish former model hit the wrong style notes as she touched down in London today – with “air hostess” and “flight attendant” jokes aplenty.

Melania Trump's outfit is being compared to a cabin crew uniform. [Photo: Getty]
Melania Trump's outfit is being compared to a cabin crew uniform. [Photo: Getty]
Melania Trump wore sky high stilettos to depart the plane at Stansted. [Photo: Getty]
Melania Trump wore sky high stilettos to depart the plane at Stansted. [Photo: Getty]

She wore a £650 pussy-bow blouse by Burberry, with a neck tie which looked the spitting image of a traditional airline scarf.

Melania Trump
Melania Trump

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She paired the top with sky-high stiletto shoes and a skirt suit, which once again paid homage to a traditional cabin crew uniform.

To give Melania credit, her choice to wear Burberry, a British designer, to the UK was no doubt a carefully-considered style move.

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What’s more, the shirt’s design, which features a print of military medals, gives a nod to the upcoming 75th anniversary of D-Day, which the President and the First Lady will attend an event for later this week, on 6 June, in Normandy, France.

Meanwhile, while her blue, red and white palate may well have been a clever homage to the colours of both the British and American flags, people can’t help linking it to British Airways.

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Melania’s British-designed shirt follows in a theme of paying homage to the UK, with Melania departing Maryland in a London-landmark inspired Gucci dress earlier.

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