After the controversy over who would dress the new First Lady of the United States, Ralph Lauren has been the chosen designer. The American creator recreated a style of the 60s mimicking the tone ‘baby blue’ that used the wife of President John F. Kennedy in his possession in 1961.
For the opening, Melania Trump chose a baby blue suit, the same color that Jackie Kennedy used in 1961 for the possession of her husband, President John F. Kennedy.
All eyes were on Melania Trump. After all the controversy since the elections about who and who would not wear the new First Lady of the United States, President Donald Trump’s wife chose a suit created by Ralph Lauren, a tailor, in a warm baby blue of Bag, for acts of presidential possession.
In her early appearance this morning, before attending service at St. John’s Church, Melania made a clear nod to the elegance of geometric silhouettes of Jackie Kennedy, her confessing muse. The color that this first lady chose in 1961 for the Owned by then-President John F. Kennedy, even bet on wearing a monochromatic look as was customary in the 60’s with long gloves and shoes of the same tone.
That color is also one of the favorites of the Duchess of Cambridge, who has used it on multiple occasions, and who knows how to combine with beautiful accessories.
The choice of color was necessary once in the previous acts on Thursday Melania Trump had worn a black double-buttoned and Chanel long trench coat that seemed to dull it a bit in front of the green two-piece dress worn by Ivanka Trump.
His black suit, however, seemed to be filled with interesting senses. Designed by Norisol Ferrari, a creator of Latino origins (Colombian and Venezuelan parents) not well known in the fashion scene, the first lady seemed to choose her because this designer is the daughter of a war veteran, a perfect homage to attend the cemeteries of Arlington.
Melania Trump chose a black suit from the designer of Latin origin, Norisol Ferrari. Getty Images
At the Thursday night dances, the first lady chose a gold suit that showed modesty and brightness of the house Reem Accra and gave a first advance of what will be the new elegance that will inhabit the White House.
On Thursday night, Melania Trump wore a gilded gold trim and Mermaid cut designed by Reem Acra.