Melania Trump is embracing the shirtdress.
On Wednesday, the first lady wore an emerald-green belted shirtdress and Christian Louboutin heels to meet up with Japanese first lady Akie Abe and visit the Flagler Museum in Palm Beach, Fla. During the 40-minute tour, the first ladies viewed much of the 75-room Gilded Age mansion, the former home of industrialist Henry Flagler; boarded his private railcar; and listened to a classical music concert.
“I enjoyed showing Mrs. Abe a timeless part of Florida’s history,” Melania said in a White House press release. “Thank you to the welcoming staff of the Flagler Museum for having us, and for continuing to share Whitehall’s historic influence.”
On Tuesday, the women visited Loggers’ Run Middle School in Boca Raton to prep sushi rolls and chat with students, with Melania sporting a $3,000 Carolina Herrera off-the-shoulder gown and white pumps as she walked with President Trump to dinner at Mar-a-Lago with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and first lady Akie Abe. That day, the Trumps caught notice for holding hands, a rare display of affection.
Melania loves her shirtdresses — in March, while visiting St. Mary’s Medical Center in Palm Beach, Fla., she wore an Adam Lippes black-and-white-striped version to drop off Easter baskets to young patients.
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While in Saudi Arabia in May, she wore a camel-colored version by Ralph Lauren with black-and-white heels by Manolo Blahnik. A few months later, en route to see hurricane victims in Texas and Louisiana, she rocked the same dress, this time with Manolo Blahnik snakeskin heels.
And in October, she brightened up in a kelly-green Cefinn shirtdress for a visit to a drug recovery center in West Virginia.
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