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Melania Trump Commands Attention in Hot Pink With Go-To Louboutin Stilettos

Ella Chochrek

Melania Trump knows how to make a style statement.

The first lady turned heads with her look at the White House today as she and President Donald Trump welcomed Korean president Moon Jae-in and his wife, Kim Jung-sook.

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The Slovenian-born beauty sported a hot-pink coatdress that went down to her knees. She belted the dress at the waist to highlight her slim figure.

For footwear, Melania turned to her favorite designer: Christian Louboutin. She appeared to be wearing the brand’s So Kate style, which features a pointed silhouette with a pin-thin heel. Set near-vertical, the shoes are designed to improve a woman’s stride; they cost $725.

The former model went with a simple beauty look and wore her brunette locks down.

Kim Jung-sook looked stylish by the first lady’s side in a silky blush-colored coat with an embroidered pattern. Nude pumps with a mid heel capped off her look.

Meanwhile, President Trump wore a dark blue suit with a striped red tie; Moon Jae-in also selected a navy suit, picking a baby-blue tie as an accessory.

Although the first lady started off as a model, she is longer involved in the fashion industry. Today, Melania focuses on her #BeBest initiative, which aims at improving children’s confidence and eliminating cyberbullying. She is mother to one son, 13-year-old Barron.

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