First lady Melania Trump kicked off her two-day official trip to Wyoming promoting her Be Best initiative on Thursday, visiting a group of Boy Scouts and enjoying a rafting trip and the beautiful scenery backdrop down the Snake River.
Opting for an outdoorsy, but stylish ensemble, Melania was seen wearing a black Ralph Lauren turtleneck sweater and black J-Brand skinny jeans that she wore under her beige puffer coat. The Ralph Lauren Collection iconic Turtleneck is a cashmere sweater in classic design. It retails for $850 and is available at Saks Fifth Avenue. As for pants, it appears to be the J Brand Skinny High Rise jeans that retails for $228 at Bloomingdales.
Melania is spending two days in Wyoming to highlight the nation’s most treasured National Parks, while sharing her Be Best initiative of wellbeing. According to the White House readout of Melania’s trip, the First Lady’s BE BEST initiative “highlight resources for children that build an important relationship between America’s natural heritage and the next generation” as well as push the National Parks’ “Every Kid Outdoors” program. The Every Kid Outdoors program offers fourth grade students the chance to connect with nature and observe some of the country’s greatest natural phenomena and treasures.
During her first day arriving to Jackson, Wyoming, Melania joined a group of the Jackson District Boy Scouts at Jackson Hole Town Square. She met the first woman Scoutmaster, Mindy Kim-Miller and they talked about the important role the Boy Scouts play in the long-standing relationship between the Boy Scouts and the National Elk Refuge.
Afterwards, Melania headed to Snake River for a rafting trip with area fourth-graders and guides from the local Rafter X Ranch.
“Today was full of adventure, exploring different parts of Wyoming with students,” Melania said. “I want to thank the young leaders in the Jackson District Boy Scouts for their commitment to public service and protecting our historic national treasures. I applaud their dedication to such important causes. We should continue encouraging our children to experience and preserve the diverse rivers, mountains, and landscapes that make up the natural beauty of Wyoming that we had the privilege of enjoying today.”
On Friday, she is scheduled to visit Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks.
Copy Melania’s effortless style by investing in an affordable turtleneck sweater and be sure to grab a cute puffer coat to top it all off.
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