What Melania Wore to New Hampshire

Heading to New Hampshire with her husband, President Donald Trump, Melania Trump strutted down the South Lawn of the White House in a luxurious blue long coat from Chloé. The midi length belted coat featured a funnel neckline with a chunky knit sleeve and retailed for $3,950 on NET-A-PORTER. Sadly, the version Melania wore is now sold out. To cover her eyes, Melania wore large aviator sunglasses from Chloé. The tortoise/Gray gradient sunglasses retail for $330 at Bloomingdales.

To complete her outerwear look, Melania paired the Chloé coat and sunglasses with a tan leather Gianvito Rossi knee boot. The slouchy-fit leather boots with tapered toe retails for $1,625 at Barneys.

The First Lady introduced her husband, President Trump as he unveiled his plan to combat the nation’s opioid crisis at Manchester Community College.

“In my role as first lady, much of my focus has been towards understanding the negative effects the opioid epidemic is having on our children and young mothers,” Melania said. “Many young mothers are not even aware of this disease, so we must continue educating them about the real dangers of opioids on unborn babies.”

“I’m proud to support this administration’s commitment to battling this epidemic,” Melania added, before introducing her husband.

President Trump spoke to local New Hampshire supporters and local officials addressing the ongoing opioid crisis. The crisis has plagued and devastated cities across the nation.

Although the Chloé coat in blue Melania wore is sold out, here are different affordable version.

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03.20.18 9:57 AM

Melania “strutted?” I know that’s runway lingo, but to us commoners “strutted” has negative vibes. How about “walked” which is a more neutral word?

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