Melania Trump vs. Michelle Obama: Can Incoming FLOTUS Continue Style Icon Trend Set By Predecessor? [PHOTO]

Michelle Obama vs. Melania Trump

There’s no doubt among many people that Melania Trump has some large boots to fill as a new FLOTUS of a U.S.–especially when it comes to fashion, something that Michelle Obama has indisputably set a high bar for.  

It’s already turn transparent that Trump knows she has to live adult to some high expectations set since of Obama (her RNC discuss comes to mind), and she might already be perplexing to review when it comes to a conform game, as she has sported some really renouned looks at campaign events. However, her looks, while also fashionable, are really opposite from a ones that Obama has sported.  

Here are renouned looks any sported for various campaign events:  

Presidential Debates 

 



Michelle Obama (2012): 

 

 

For a debates in 2012 as her father campaigned for re-election, Michelle Obama once again showed her aptitude for confidant designs and trends that rather sire tradition, though also exuded class, with a blue Preen series during a initial debate, a pinkish Michael Kors dress during a second debate, and a grey dress with black edging by Thom Browne during a third.  

Melania Trump (2016): 

 

 

As her father campaigned to turn a subsequent President, Trump showcased some streamlined looks that were still really fashionable overall-and even one that many questioned as a probable impact during new allegations opposite her husband. Her looks enclosed a $2600 black Roland Mouret dress, a pinkish Gucci “pussy Bow” dress/blouse, and a Ralph Lauren black jumpsuit.  

National Conventions 

 

Michelle Obama (2016):  

 

 

As she campaigned for Hillary Clinton and showed support for a Democratic hopeful during the Democratic National Convention in 2016, Obama sported a classical cap-sleeved blue dress by Christian Siriano.  

Melania Trump (2016): 

 

 

Most importance on her coming during a eventuality was on her purported piracy of a discuss by Obama, though Trump also stunned in a white Roksanda dress with pompous sleeves.  

Election Night 

 

Michelle Obama (2008): 

 

 

A Red and Black Narciso Rodriguez dress was criticized during first, though set a tinge for a confidant choices Obama would make in a 8 years to follow.  

Melania Trump (2016): 

 

 

Trump set a tinge for her reign as First Lady with another streamlined look, sporting a white Ralph Lauren Jumpsuit as Donald Trump announced his feat over Hillary Clinton.  

 

 




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