First Lady Melania Trump, alongside President Trump departed the White House Wednesday late afternoon heading to Mar-a-Lago for Christmas break.
Leaving the chilly Washington D.C. weather, Melania was pictured wearing an all-black look that consists of a black wool coat from Alaia. The double-breasted coat is crafted from Japanese double wool cloth with a delicately draped back that gives a voluminous sculptural effect and flares like an elegant trapeze skirt. It features notched collar lapels and double-breasted six-buttons in the front to give it a military touch. It retails for $6.610 and is available for purchase at BergdorfGoodman.com.
As for footwear, Melania was seen wearing over-the-knee boots from one of her most beloved footwear brands, Christian Louboutin. The red-bottom thigh-high boots design features slouchy Nappa leather uppers formed with exposed-stitched panels and a pointed-toe front. Dubbed the Eleonor Alta silhouette, the bottoms come set atop a sculptural 4-inch block heel for a heightened finish. It retails for $2,195 but unfortunately, the leather pair is sold out.
While this eye-catching flare A-line wool coat is still available for purchase, below are affordable alternatives coats. Add a pair of knee high boots to emulate the First Lady’s outfit of the day look.
When arriving in the Sunshine State, Melania ditched the Alaia coat and Christian Louboutin boots and was seen wearing a black and white polka dot dress from Rachel Comey. The delirium classic Polka Dot Silk-blend Sheath Dress is a round neck that features cap sleeves and a ruched finish. It retailed for $650 and is available for purchase at SaksFifthAvenue.com.
Melania completed her look wearing white pumps from Manolo Blahnik. The ‘BB’ Pointy Toe Pump retails for $665 and is available for purchase at BergdorfGoodman.com.
Alternative and affordable polka dot dress below $100
The Trumps will spend the holiday period at Mar-a-Lago and are scheduled to enjoy a 10-day visit at their resort before returning back to the Capitol ahead of Congress joint session of Electoral College vote on January 6th.