Perhaps Melania Trump was influenced by the British monarchy. The first lady channeled major princess vibes in a gorgeous J. Mendel dress to a black-tie dinner in London this week. From the back, the off-the-shoulder neckline transitioned into a sweeping, floor-length cape—perfect for running in the wind…or at least dramatic arm movement. The pastel yellow fabric crisscrossed from the bust down to the waist until falling down into a pleated skirt. You have to admit: Formal wear is what the first lady does best.
Melania’s wardrobe choices have not always gone so well. In June, the FLOTUS was criticised for wearing an I really don’t care jacket on a migrant visit that read, “I Really Don’t Care, Do U?” while visiting immigrant children near the U.S.-Mexico border. Her latest turn in a Belle-esque ensemble, however, is seemingly more fitting.
Basic black doesn’t have to be boring. With clean lines, structural design and an unexpected neckline, you can look just like the Duchess of Sussex in Christian Dior Haute Couture.
The Vampire Diaries actress looked like the definition of summer in a white Altuzarra sleeveless dress. Want to punch up the look? Add mixed metallic accessories to the look.
The Vampire Diaries alum goes for a beige monochrome look, accented by a blue Valextr bag. We love the exaggerated proportion of the shoulders in contrast to the short asymmetrical skirt hem.
All that glitters also shines…and that’s exactly what the actress did in Barney Cheng at the the Skyscraper premiere in New York City.
The actress arrived to the Mission: Impossible – Fallout premiere in a periwinkle gown featuring a statement eyelet design. Find a top that resembles the upper portion of the dress and pair with jeans for a more casual look.
John Krasinski‘s other half donned a sheer Christian Dior frock to the American Institute for Stuttering 12th Annual Freeing Voices Changing Lives Benefit Gala, complete with a milkmaid crown braid. The only thing we’d change? Swap out the black heels for a pop of color.