First lady Melania Trump (pictured in June) is speaking out about being bullied. Melania Trump has raised a fair share of eyebrows since she launched her pet project, Be Best, because it aims, in part, to combat cyberbullying — with critics accusing her husband, President Trump, of being one of Twitter’s most egregious offenders. In addition to dropping off Be Best-branded tote bags laden with supplies at local schools, Trump made time during her trip to sit down for an exclusive interview with ABC News’ Tom Llamas.
It seems like Melania Trump's birthday week might have been one of her best, allowing people to express their most favorable opinions of the first lady thus far.
Unveiled by Sean Spicer on Wednesday, the Madame Tussauds waxwork is fetching comparisons to Sarah Jessica Parker and inspiring countless jokes.
The first lady did not remove her oversized Michael Kors topper — which she paired with a matching skirt suit — during the national anthem.
First Ladies (along with the rest of the female population globally) have long been criticised for their outfits. Jackie Kennedy continuously raised eyebrows with her expensive European ensembles and even Michelle Obama, who rarely put a foot wrong during her eight years in the White House, angered fans by wearing a sleeveless top to a church in Italy. However, no one has received as much flack as Melania Trump when it comes to clothing choices. The 47-year-old has hit headlines numerous times since her husband took office a year ago, on 20 January 2017. There’s been more political eyebrow raising over her wardrobe than ever seen before. From wearing heels to a hurricane disaster zone to dressing in a five-figure coat at global summit , Melania’s got it wrong a number of times. Film stars, royals and female politicians make a habit of wearing clothing from local designers when visiting other countries but Melania has rarely “bothered to flatten the egos of her hosts” while abroad, The Guardian stated. Contrastingly, Michelle used her platform as a figure in the limelight to champion American designers and emerging talent – and almost always ensured she turned to local designs for her wardrobe while on business overseas. It’s unclear how many of her outfits Melania actually chooses. Whereas many famous figures are gifted outfits, it seems all of Melania’s outfits are bought off the rack, anonymously. Her stylist Hervé Pierre admitted he shops for the FLOTUS , but chances are she has the final say on her looks – not Pierre. In March 2017, after the First Lady wore a Michael Kors look, the designer himself was quick to explain that Melania had purchased the suit herself. He stated that no special arrangements were made. So, it seems the former-model isn’t wearing outfits to appease designers. Is she, instead, dressing politically? Is she wearing what her stylist lays out for her? Or is she simply wearing whatever the heck she wants? Your guess is as good as ours. Whatever the case, Melania’s love for extraordinarily expensive fashion and her arguably insensitive dressing hasn’t sat comfortably with many. See how many of these controversial style choices you remember… Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Manolo Blahnik thinks he knows why Melania wore his heels to a disaster zone Melania and Ivanka Trump skip wearing headscarves in Saudi Arabia Victoria Beckham on whether or not she would ever dress Melania Trump
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The first lady accentuated her red skirt with a fitted white sweater and scarlet heels at the White House on Friday for an event honoring Hispanic Heritage Month.
Melania Trump’s casual shirt was a 360-degree departure from how she began the weekend, wearing an $1,880 green Missoni midi-dress and Manolo Blahnik orange snakeskin stilettos.