By Missy Crane | December 2, 2019
I say this often, but it’s so true…we have the most gorgeous and graceful FLOTUS of all time. Melania looks and behaves like an angel.
‘Tis the season for all things winter and Christmas and our beautiful First Lady has just put the finishing touches on this year’s White House Christmas.
She unveiled a sneak peek of the decor while wearing a stunning custom-knit dress by her personal couturier and dear friend, Hervé Pierre.
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The figure-hugging dress is an absolute show-stopper and a perfect outfit to wear to show off the glamorous and elegant WH Christmas decorations.
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For this year’s Christmas at the White House, Melania chose a“Spirit of America” theme. She’s paying tribute to traditional American customs, iconography, and history. My favorite part is the mantel dripping in red roses. It’s gorgeous!
And Melania herself embodied the very spirit of America in her white cashmere and silk knit dress. The design is reminiscent of vintage Ralph Lauren. She also draped a lovely wool and angora coat over her shoulders to cap off the look.
Pay attention to Melania’s Christian Louboutin stilettos and you’ll see a flash of the iconic red sole as she leaves one of the beautifully decorated White House halls.
You can watch the video below:
This piece originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.
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