On Wednesday, October 25, Melania Trump made an appearance at Orchard Lake Middle School as part of October’s National Bullying Prevention Month. For the event, First Lady opted for a designer coat in her go-to hue.
The 47-year-old stopped by West Bloomfield, Michigan, to kick off the White House’s “Week of Inclusion,” a campaign intended to teach children “lessons about respecting others, kindness, and inclusion.” The FLOTUS wore a Valentino Double-Breasted Cool Wool Peacoat ($2,950), which she paired with cropped gray slacks and a gray sweater.
The feminine color is one the First Lady clearly favors when it comes to her outerwear. Just earlier this week, she was snapped wearing a baby pink Jill Sanders coat draped over her shoulders as she watched her inaugural ball gown by Hervé Pierre inducted into the Smithsonian museum.
Trump also chose a pale pink Acne Studios Landi Oversized Wool and Cashmere-Blend Coat ($1,150) to cover up at a recent Homeland Security nomination ceremony.
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