The First Lady of America accompanied U.S. President Donald Trump on his trip to Buenos Aires, Argentina. They landed at Ezeiza International Airport on the eve of the G20 Leaders' summit on November 29, 2018. During this annual meeting, POTUS & FLOTUS are scheduled to carry out official discussions with other renowned world leaders and their spouses.
Melania's Gaucho cow shoes stirred controversies
The Slovenian beauty turned heads in a slim-fit skirt paired with a leather jacket. She stepped out of the jet with absolute class as Air Force One touched down in Argentina.
Everything went well until someone glared down at her silhouettes. She wore pointed heeled pumps with cow prints on them from Manolo Blahnik BB. What's wrong with that? People suggested that cows are traditional pride of Argentinian people as they symbolize Gauchos that once lived in North America. Wearing them as shoes didn't fit well.
She was heavily criticized
After her style statements in Africa, this was deemed another offensive fashion choice. Social media users pointed out how inappropriate it was. They opined that Melania is certainly clueless about host countries' heritage. Other were just plainly against her whole look.
I just can not stand Melania. She is clueless - wears safari oppressor gear in Africa and now gaucho cow shoes to Argentina. But I can not stand her because of her callous wearing of the "I don't really care" outfit to visit kids in cages. No soul in that woman.— Magril (@Magril2) November 30, 2018
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