First Lady Melania Trump accompanied by husband, President Trump and son Barron returned to Washington, D.C. Sunday evening after spending the weekend in New Jersey, following the news that Trump’s younger brother, Robert passed away on Saturday.
Stepping out of Marine One, Melania was seen wearing a classic beige utility design shirtdress from Stella McCartney. From the designer FW 2019 runway, the compact cotton belted midi shirt dress features a point collar, buttoned shoulder epaulets, long sleeves with buttoned cuffs, two chest flap pockets, side slip pockets and a mid-length asymmetric hem. The shirtdress also features a dark beige thick wrapped belt crafted from vegan leather that ties from the back, giving structure and a detailed flair to the curved hem. It retailed for $1,635, but unfortunately, this dress has sold out.
As for footwear, Melania was seen pairing the Stella McCartney beige utility shirtdress with neutral suede two-tone pointed pumps from Manolo Blahnik. The beige Bipunta Suede Cap-Toe pump retailed for $645, but sadly these beauties are sold out. Melania was also seen holding a Hermès golden brown Togo Birkin 30cm bag. Birkin bag is considered hard to buy in stores as one needs to be waitlisted for months to own such expensive beauty, however preowned are mostly sold at online consignment shops such as Tradesy, ReBag, and The Luxury Closet and can go for $8,000 up to $20,000.
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Barron, 14, appeared to tower over his 5-foot-11 mom, and even appeared several inches taller than his 6-foot-3 dad kept it patriotic with the white bomber jacket he was seen wearing touching down on the White House lawn. The Huchet bomber jacket from Moncler features red and blue stripes on the cuffs and hem, a patch sewn logo on the left side of the arm, front zip fastening and front pockets. It retails for $1,242 and is available for purchase at Farfetch.com.
On Saturday evening, President Trump announced in a White House statement that his younger brother, Robert Trump died at the age of 71.
“It is with heavy heart I share that my wonderful brother, Robert, peacefully passed away tonight,” the president said in a statement. “He was not just my brother, he was my best friend. He will be greatly missed, but we will meet again. His memory will live on in my heart forever. Robert, I love you. Rest in peace.”
According to the New York Times who spoke to a family friend said Robert took blood thinners and had experienced brain bleeds that began after a recent fall in June. Robert’s death on Saturday comes a day after he was hospitalized Friday. The president rushed to Robert’s bedside, following a White House news conference Friday afternoon where he openly expressed concern over his brother’s condition.
I have a wonderful brother. We’ve had a great relationship for a long time, from day one,” Trump said at Friday’s coronavirus press briefing before departing to New York. “And he’s in the hospital right now, and hopefully he’ll be all right. But he’s having a hard time.”
In an interview with Page Six in 2016, Robert praised his older brother’s presidential bid and supported Donald “one thousand percent.”
“I support Donald one thousand percent,” Robert told Page Six. “I think he’s doing a great job. I think he’s got a great message. If he were to need me in any way, I’d be there. Anything I could do to help.”