In the shocking results of Tuesday night’s election, Donald Trump won the presidency of the United States. Take as long as you need for that to sink in, but we’re switching gears to focus on the future FLOTUS, Melania Trump. While her tenure as first lady is expected to include fighting cyberbullying and getting involved with women’s health issues, it’s also going to include a lot of high-fashion moments. If her campaign style is any indication, we’re in for sleek designs, bell sleeves and hopefully many, many more pussy-bow blouses to come. Below, her chicest outfits worn throughout the tumultuous campaign.
The future First Lady took a cue from Hillary Clinton’s final debate outfit with her own take on a suffragette-inspired ensemble wearing a white Ralph Lauren jumpsuit to Trump’s acceptance speech rally early Wednesday morning at the Hilton Hotel in midtown Manhattan.
On election day she headed to the polls to cast her vote wearing a simple sheath dress topped off with a strong-shouldered tan coat with bold buttons.
Melania delivered her first solo campaign speech since the Republican National Convention at a campaign stop in November wearing a bell-sleeve pink blouse with a high-waisted white pencil skirt.
She chose a sleek, body-skimming black dress with sheer lace sleeves and a low open back at the annual Alfred E. Smith Memorial Dinner in N.Y.C. in October.
During a sit-down interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper in October, Melania chose a simple white cap-sleeve sheath dress paired with pointy-toe pumps.
It’s the blouse that broke the internet. She wore a $1,100 Gucci pussy-bow silk crepe de chine shirt at the second Presidential debate in St. Louis immediately following Trump’s lewd comments that he can grab women “by the p—-” because he’s a “star.”
At the first presidential debate Melania wore a $2,645 Roland Mouret off-the-shoulder stretch-knit dress that may look awfully familiar. It’s a fashion faceoff with Heidi Klum, who wore it on Good Morning America in July.
And finally, she kicked off Trump’s presidential campaign at the Republican National Convention in July by taking the stage wearing a bell-sleeve off-white $2,190 Roksanda dress , which prompted a historic fashion faceoff with Joyce Beatty, a Democratic congresswoman from Ohio during the Democratic National Convention a week later.
Whatever’s to come during her reign as First Lady, one thing is apparent: She has some very stylish shoes to fill, in that of Michelle Obama.
Which outfit from the campaign is your favorite?