The first family is getting in on the holiday spirit!
Just a day after the Trumps kicked off the new season by welcoming a 20-foot Christmas tree to the White House (with Melania donning a festive red-and-black Michael Kors cape coat), the couple once again got into the holiday spirit with the annual White House turkey pardoning.
President's Trump cracked quite the eyebrow-raising joke about the Florida concession during the annual tradition, but it was Melania's unusual look that had everyone talking.
Scroll through to see FLOTUS at the event:
For the occasion, the first lady opted for a Dior color-block coat, a design which ironically reminded many of its similarities to a turkey.
“Pardon me turkey, I believe I’ll steal your wardrobe," joked one Twitter user. "How nice of Melania to dress up like the guest of honor," commented another.
“Pardon me turkey, I believe I’ll steal your wardrobe” - Melania Trump pic.twitter.com/eMUk9xMkur
— Elmer's World (@evilelmer) November 20, 2018
How nice of Melania to dress up like the guest of honor. pic.twitter.com/3Onsw77Dk6
— Tom Myers (@Tom_Myers) November 20, 2018
Wrote one Twitter user: "Melania trying to be sneaky. “S’cuse me. I am turkey. Please pardon.”
Melania trying to be sneaky. “S’cuse me. I am turkey. Please pardon.” pic.twitter.com/LHLnV4IrRD
— 6 Tweets/Year (@Freemealwill) November 20, 2018
Some were merely disappointed with FLOTUS' look overall.
"FFS, I hope fake
@FLOTUS kept the receipt for that hideous coat. My God, what was she thinking?," wrote one user.
— 𝘿𝙪𝙢𝙥 𝙇𝙞𝙣𝙙𝙨𝙚𝙮 𝙂𝙧𝙖𝙝𝙖𝙢 (@dumptrump33) November 20, 2018
"I checked on Wayfair, the area rug Melania is wearing is sold out," tweeted one commenter.
I checked on Wayfair, the area rug Melania is wearing is sold out. pic.twitter.com/3yrJNghX88
— Dave White (@dw90807) November 20, 2018
The designer get-up is a drastically different choice than last year's look. For the 2017 event, the first lady opted for a bold, monochromatic brown look, which included a form-fitting leather skirt and busy coat.
For more on the White House's holiday decorations, watch the video above!
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