When it was revealed that she's once again turned to Herve Pierre -- the same designer who created her inauguration ball gown and that elegant green shift dress she wore to meet Queen Rania of Jordan -- we couldn't help but notice a trend. For women in the spotlight, it never hurts to have a working relationship with a designer to create custom pieces that are perfect for the occasion, and totally unique.
Melania certainly isn't the only one to do it, and this dress will likely be among many more custom pieces to come.
Two prime examples that stand out to us are Jackie Kennedy, who famously worked consistently with Oleg Cassini while she was in the White House, and Queen Elizabeth II, who has had a royal dressmaker for years. They are, of course, not the only two women to have done this, and Melania isn't trying to be Jackie Kennedy or the Queen by doing so. It's just an interesting trend to note for the future of Melania's style moments while in the White House.
Today's look was pretty and perfectly appropriate for the day of games and events on the White House lawn. The first lady's dress had a subtle stripe to it with pleating and layers of fabric. The skirt was soft and flowing and hit just above her ankle.
Turning in her go-to Christian Louboutin pumps (though the coral pair she wore on Easter Sunday were fabulous), Melania wore a pair of matching pointed-toe flats. We suspect they're Louboutin as well.
Click through above to see more of Melania's outfit from the Easter festivities.
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