On Tuesday night, President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump took the stage in Orlando's Amway Center arena. While the main focus was the announcement of the president's bid for re-election, social media users couldn't peel their eyes away from FLOTUS's bright yellow jumpsuit.
After Vice President Mike Pence told the crowd "America's back," the Trumps took the stage.
"He truly loves this country and will continue to work on your behalf as long as he can," the first lady told supporters. "All of us will."
While the president took the opportunity to unveil his 2020 campaign slogan, “Keep America Great,” people on Twitter couldn’t help but fixate on his wife’s wide-legged, canary yellow Ralph Lauren Caitrin jumpsuit (priced at $2,790) with coupled with a gold belt and matching yellow heels.
Many approved of the ensemble on social media, stating that the color suited the 49-year-old.
.@FLOTUS stuns in a vibrant yellow JUMPSUIT at President Trump's re-election campaign Kickoff rally in Florida.— Stephanie Hamill (@STEPHMHAMILL) June 19, 2019
Mainstream media will never give the First Lady the credit she deserves for ANYTHING.
@FLOTUS You were a beautiful ray of sunshine tonight in that gorgeous yellow dress; reminding America of our bright future ahead. We are proud and honored to have you as our First Lady. ❤️🇺🇸❤️ #KAG2020 @POTUS @realDonaldTrump— Belynda 🇺🇸💙🇮🇱 (@belynda13) June 19, 2019
@FLOTUS You looked absolutely breathtaking tonight, yellow certainly agrees with you. Perfect example of class and traditional beauty in a First Lady.🌹💯— EVAN🗽🇺🇸 (@Autumnbaby_NYC) June 19, 2019
However, others were less than impressed.
Canary Yellow to match his orangness 🤮— S M (@Shoogie5) June 19, 2019
Michelle Obama wore this color yellow a few months ago.@FLOTUS knows liberals will insult her so she wears the same shade so the media can print a new story or Twitter will react about how Melania is a victim and abused by crazy Democrats.— Chang'e (@SydNeCoh) June 19, 2019
Why is she wearing a banana costume?— Eric Slater (@ericsslater) June 19, 2019
Despite the first lady’s wardrobe choice, or what social media users thought of it, her message was clear.
“It has been my honor to serve as first lady of this incredible country for the past two years,” she said. “And I’m excited to do it for six more!”
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