For her second day in Wyoming, First LadyMelania Trump was welcomed by Elementary school students as they joined her for a field trip to Grand Teton National Park.
Going casual but stylish, Melania donned an ensemble that consisted of an army green puffer coat by Rag and Bone, a white pearl wool sweater by Joseph, and stone color J Brand skinny jeans. The puffer coat is a waist-length style that features a hooded style and a lace-up detailing at the side of the coat that can be loosened for even more relax wear. It retailed for $995, but it is sold out. As for the wool sweater from Joseph, it retailed for $495 and is sold out as well as the J Brand Mid-Rise super skinny stone jeans.
To complete the look, she paired the outdoorsy ensemble with pair of tan suede Trapeurdekoi ankle boots from Christian Louboutin. It retailed for $1,140, but is currently sold out.
Accompanied by Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt and Acting Superintendent of Grand Teton National Park Gopaul Noojiabail, Melania met with with dozens of second and fourth graders from Munger Mountain Elementary School – a bilingual elementary school in the Teton County School District inside the Craig Thomas Discovery and Visitor Center. They watched as the students play “Fire Land,” a game similar to Candy Land that teaches about fire ecology and forest management.
The children gave a presentation on the meaning of the National Park Service’s logo including the mountains, the forest, the lake, and the bison and what each piece represents. Melania then presented the students with “Every Kid Outdoors” passes, which allows free access to more than 2,000 federally operated facilities across the country along with white drawstring bags emblazoned with “Be Best” logo that contained inside a a hat, a pen, and other swag.
Melania two-day visit to Wyoming was to promote the wellness aspect of her “Be Best” initiative and the National Parks Service. The trip was also meant to also raise awareness for the #EveryKidOutdoors program, a program that offers fourth grade students the chance to connect with nature and observe some of the country’s greatest natural phenomena and treasures.
“This trip highlighted some of the beautiful national parks, lands, and waters that make up our country,” Melania said. “Spending time outdoors with children and learning more about our incredible and complex surroundings was a very meaningful experience for me. I want to thank the people of Wyoming for making me feel so welcomed. I also want to thank the many dedicated organizations including Jackson District Boy Scouts and the National Park Service for all they do in protecting and taking care of our national parks.”
After the morning events, Melania was suppose to depart to Yellowstone National Park, but due to the inclement weather, the trip was cancelled. Instead, Melania visited the Snake River Overlook and took a scenic drive along the periphery of the National Elk Refuge.
A great visit in #WY last week at @GrandTetonNPS. Sharing the #BeBest message w/ kids so they may continue learning about & exploring our amazing outdoors! Thank you @NatlParkService & all programs that work hard in preserving our natural heritage. #BeBest #EveryKidOutdoors pic.twitter.com/OOWZ4hViXw— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) October 6, 2019
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