express– Melania Trump, 50, is known for her stylish fashion and high-end taste. She posted photos on her social media accounts today, unveiling the White House’s Christmas decorations which included multiple decorated trees.
The First Lady looked stunning as she walked through the White House, sharing a glimpse at the festive decor.
Announcing the theme on Twitter and Instagram, Melania wrote in the caption: “America the Beautiful”.
The multiple Christmas trees are covered in red baubles and white LED lights.
This year’s gingerbread house is the White House, made out of 275 pounds of gingerbread.
The First Lady donned a £1,000 gold shirt from Dries Van Noten which featured 3/4 length sleeves.
It also had buttons up the middle and Melania opted to leave the first couple undone.
She tucked in her festive shirt into a black pencil skirt.
The First Lady added detail to her outfit by adding a thin belt to the skirt.
Her pencil skirt, which reached just below her knees, is a popular number in Melania’s wardrobe.
She paired the look with her favourite sky-high Christian Louboutin black heels, another firm favourite in her wardrobe.
For accessories, the First Lady kept it simple, and opted for an outfit with no necklace or bracelet.
Melania styled her newly highlighted golden locks in her signature classic wave.
Her hair fell just below her shoulders and her two front pieces of hair were curled away from her face, highlighting her cheekbones.
For makeup, the First Lady opted for strong contour and a dark brown eyeshadow.
She added lashings of mascara to the look and sported strong eyebrows.
Melania completed the look with soft pink lipstick
Thousands of fans took to the comments section on her post to share their thoughts on her outfit.
One person wrote: “Absolutely beautiful and so classy.”
Another said: “Absolutely gorgeous.”
“Our beautiful First Lady exudes class always,” commented a third.
The official White House Christmas tree is 18ft and sits in the Blue Room, which has 160 ornaments made from children across the country.
There is also a red room dedicated to first responders, frontline workers and grocery store employees who have had to work throughout the pandemic.