Joanna Gaines, 45, Wows In A Black Asymmetric Gown At A White House State Dinner
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Joanna Gaines certainly brought her fashion A-game to the White House this past April.
The 45-year-old Fixer Upper star attended a celebration of America’s 70-year alliance with South Korea at a State Dinner with President Biden in Washington, D.C.
“What an honor it was to be a part of tonight’s State Dinner to celebrate the 70 year alliance between the United States of America and my mother's home country of South Korea,” Joanna wrote on Instagram.
Joanna Gaines traded her signature denim style for a formal gown this past April! The 45-year-old Fixer Upper star attended a State Dinner with President Biden in Washington, DC, with her husband, Chip, on April 26, 2023.
The dinner was especially momentous, as it was in celebration of America’s 70-year alliance with South Korea.
“What an honor it was to be a part of tonight’s State Dinner to celebrate the 70 year alliance between the United States of America and my mother's home country of South Korea,” Joanna wrote on Instagram. “Coming off the heels of our incredible trip to Seoul, this evening was another reminder of just how proud I am to be a Korean American🇺🇸🇰🇷❤️”
For the special occasion, Jo wore a black asymmetrical one-shoulder gown paired with a coordinating black clutch. By her side, Chip looked dapper in a black tux. Understandably, fans couldn’t help but gush over the couple. “Amazing! You both look sharp,” one fan wrote. “One for the memory books, I’m sure,” another fan exclaimed. “Congratulations on being able to honor South Korea and America's relationship. I’m sure your mother and mother-in-law as well as all your parents are so proud. I would be boasting with joy that I made it to an event like that,” someone else said.
As special as it was to attend the event, the moment she found out she was invited was particularly memorable.
“My mother found out that we were going — I mean, she cried immediately,” Joanna revealed on TODAY while chatting with hosts Hoda Kotb and Savannah Guthrie. “She was like, 'I would have never thought that my daughter would meet the Korean president,' So it was such an honor. It was such a dream, for sure.”
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