Melania Wears Reddish-Orange Leather Skirt, White Shirt As She Boards Marine One With President Trump [Photos]

First Lady Melania Trump can be seen in the above and below photos with President Donald Trump, as Mr. Trump put his thumb in the air for photographers photographing the duo. Mr. and Mrs. Trump walked across the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, on Friday, May 19, headed to the start of their international trip that will feature plenty of foreign stops. Melania appeared to be wearing a long leather skirt of a reddish-orange color, with a sweater that appeared to be white or cream in color, with feminine details on the sleeves, as can be seen below. Melania was set to fly off with the president to Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland, in preparation for a trip with Mr. Trump that will take the Trumps to Saudi Arabia, Israel, the Vatican, Brussels and Sicily. However, social media is more focused on Melania’s high-waisted leather skirt, with the fitted skirt causing plenty of feedback to flow into Twitter as soon as folks lay eyes on the attire. Whereas it has been predicted that Melania may don a headscarf in some of the countries that Melania will visit with President Trump, Melania’s attire wasn’t necessarily as conservative as some folks predicted for the start of the trip. [Image by Alex Wong/Getty Images] Nevertheless, Melania is still winning raves online for her fashion choices, although some are questioning if Melania wouldn’t be too hot wearing a leather skirt in May in Saudi Arabia, Trump’s first scheduled stop, according to the Washington Post. Those same folks might not take into account just how chilly certain airplanes might be, especially on international flights. President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump
[Image by Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP Images] Close-up photos show Melania hugging Vice President Mike Pence, with the tie details of her cream sweater apparent in the photo. As seen in the below video from CBS News, Melania’s leather skirt appeared more orange than red, with white stitching, when seeing the long leather skirt in motion. Melania’s high-waisted skirt fell below her knees and was fitted up through her waist, causing a seriously slimming effect. As Melania walked up the red stairs to Air Force One, the orange hue of her dress in contrast to the red color of the carpeted stairs was apparent. MORE: President Trump is heading to Saudi Arabia as his first stop in his first overseas trip as president: — CBS News (@CBSNews) May 19, 2017 On social media, people are commenting on how flattering the leather skirt was to Melania’s figure, with some using more crass words than others to write about how much they love Melania’s leather skirt. Additional photos showing Melania’s leather skirt can be seen via the Associated Press image gallery, with views from the front and side and back of the skirt. Plenty of buzz about Melania wearing a long leather skirt is flowing into Twitter. Some of those comments about Melania’s leather skirt can be read below. [Image by Alex Wong/Getty Images] “I suspect Trump chose Melania’s outfit today. No sane woman wears a leather skirt & long sleeve sweater in this D.C. heat! #FridayFeeling” “Melania is wearing an #orange leather skirt. They are twinsies – too cute! #trump#airforceone” “Why does @flotus wear a leather skirt & sweater in late hot May to Saudi Arabia? Melania can afford a stylist.” “Melania’s posterior in tight orange leather skirt is the focus of this shot, followed by that of Ivanka in equally tight flowered dress.” “@realDonaldTrump tell Melania I like that leather skirt! Nice ***!” “Two steps into plane Melania tears off tight leather pencil skirt, pulls on worn velour sweats, drinks straight from bottle of Everclear.” “Melania going too, heard it’s a long flight…leather is comfy for a three day trip…Maybe she’s going willingly…” According Zeke Miller, to White House Correspondent for Time, joining Mr. and Mrs. Trump are Ivanka Trump and others. On Marine One: POTUS, FLOTUS, Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump, Schiller, and Priebus — Zeke Miller (@ZekeJMiller) May 19, 2017 [Featured Image by Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP Images]

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