Melania Trump Goes Retro! The First Lady Brightly Glowed In A 70s Inspired Jumpsuit In Tokyo

Date May 27, 2019

Last weekend, the First Lady of America gave us some major fashion goal to get summer-ready. On Memorial Day, she jetted out of Washington, D.C. and flew straight to Japan with her husband, President Donald Trump. Watch her debut another class act!


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At their arrival, Melania Trump sported a very nostalgic outfit that was postcard-printed. The long-sleeved silk dress from Calvin Klein was the perfect demonstration of a blast from the past. She cinched in her waist with a narrow brown belt that summed up the look quite glamorously.


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Continuing the retromania

The Slovenian beauty beamed in a 70s inspired ensemble that we are bound to love. This time, it was more trendy and edgy. While on her visit to Mori Building Digital Art Museum with Japanese first lady Akie Abe, Melania donned a navy silk jumpsuit by Loro Piana. This masterpiece retails for $3,500 and features stylish white piping on the lapels and at the cuffs.


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The FLOTUS rounded off her chic look with a matching chunky belt. She also traded her signature heeled shoes with flats. The footwear had a pointed silhouette and just barely peeked out from under her wide-legged trouser. Mrs. Trump has scored high on the style stake, yet again!


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People adored her


So elegant and lovely!! Greatest 1st Lady ever!!! Be Best!!!


You are the epitome of grace and class ❤️🌸 We love you and your family ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️


Two brilliant, beautiful, powerful women!!!


BEST FLOTUS and best looking in the whole USA May God Bless u and ur husband

Do you see history's best fashion statements making a comeback? Well, the First Lady is already head-starting the trend. Share this and let us know if you were impressed by her attire or not.