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AMAZING! First Lady Melania Follows The Steps Of A Former First Lady

Some people watched the inauguration of President Trump just to see what will his wife Melania wear. Many designers said they would boycott the inauguration, and refused to work with. But, Melania showed everybody what’s like to wear an amazing dress, and walk gracefully through the day. She didn’t need the lousy designers who spoke against her on the social networks. Since when does the cat care about what mice think of her?

The First Lady wore a powder blue coat signed by Ralph Lauren. People went crazy for it! Some said that her outfit is pretty similar to what Jacqueline Kennedy wore for her husband’s inauguration.

Jacqueline completed her look with a blue pillbox hat, and stunned everybody, including her husband. This was the look of 1961. Jacqueline filled the fashion magazines, and women loved her.

Jacqueline promoted arts and history. She spoke French, Spanish and Italian fluently. This was of great help when she accompanied her husband. America was amazed with her language skills.

“I do not think it altogether inappropriate to introduce myself… I am the man who accompanied Jacqueline Kennedy to Paris, and I have enjoyed it,” former president Kennedy joked at one occasion.

Our First Lady is also fluent in many languages including Slovenian, English, Serbo-Croatian, French, Italian and German. Although liberals won’t admit, Melania Trump is more than a model. She’s intelligent, beautiful, and gracious. And now she’s the first woman of our country. Could one woman be more blessed than that?

The powder blue coat may draw a resemblance with Jacqueline’s look, but we still don’t know whether Melania will use her language skills in the same way Jacqueline did at the time.

What do you think about this? Was Melania trying to look like Jacqueline Kennedy? Do you like her outfit?

Source: Worldpoliticus

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