First Lady Melania Trump joined husband President Donald Trump traveling to New Orleans to watch Clemson University and Louisiana State University duke it out at the College Football Playoff National Championship on Monday.
For the game, Melania avoided wearing either college team color and opted to wear an all-black outfit. She stepped out wearing a shiny leather trench coat form Australian label Scanlan Theodore. The leather trench is made from 100% leather and features a belt cinch in at the waist. It retails for $2,000 and is available for purchase at the brand website, scanlantheodore.com.
She paired the shiny trench with black knee-high suede boots from Gianvito Rossi. The 85 suede knee boots is slouchy and made from velvety suede. It retails $1,625 and is available for purchase at Net-A-Porter.com.
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President Trump was seen wearing his signature navy suit paired with a red silk tie. He wore a navy wool coat on his way to Marine One.
At the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, fans loudly cheered for the President and Melania as they walked onto the field. Parts of the crowd chanted “Four More Years!” while others chanted “U-S-A.”
After the anthem, a reporter asked the president which team he likes and rooting for, in which Trump responded, “both.”
Tonight’s championship game will be Trump’s third college football game this season and his second time watching LSU.
In November, Trump attended the Tigers game versus Alabama, in which the Tigers defeated the Crimson Tide 46 to 41. Trump was also cheered inside the stadium in Tuscaloosa during the game.
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Jim ShivelyJanuary 15, 2020
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