Both White House women wore white fit-and-flare dresses with statement pink pumps. Easter brunch was either really awkward or filled with cute #twinning pics.
Tiffany wore a simple A-line V-neck dress paired with satin baby pink pumps. The $830 shoes are Aruna Seth, the same brand that designed the booties she wore to the inauguration. The rounded toe features a bejeweled butterfly embellishment — the label’s signature style. (Her inauguration shoes also had butterflies.)
Melania’s tea-length white cloque dress is by Simone Rocha (it’s now sold out) and features a high neck, cinched waist, and asymmetric seam detailing on the puffy skirt. Both dresses were sleeveless.
The first lady’s shoes were a little less formal, but no less noticeable. Her neon pink pumps with pointy toes must have been a little distracting during church.
This isn’t the first time Tiffany or Melania has matched another member of the Trump clan. Tiffany and her sister Ivanka both wore all white on Inauguration day.
At a reception for senators and their spouses at the White House in March, Melania wore a navy-blue dress from French designer Roland Mouret. The fitted dress, which retails for $2,390, featured a strappy, off-the-shoulder neckline. It was the same silhouette and designer her stepdaughter Ivanka wore to President Trump’s address to a joint session of Congress at the end of February.
Clearly, there’s a matching pattern among the Trump women, and it must have been Melania and Tiffany’s turn to twin.
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