Melania Trump Supports Hillary Clinton: Gucci Hot Pink Pantsuit Gives Subtle Hints?
Is Melania Trump supporting Hillary Clinton with her subtle style statement on Sunday night? For the second presidential debate held at Washington University in St. Louis, the 46-year-old aspiring first lady of the U.S. was dressed in a hot pink pantsuit.Advertisement
Melania Trump, who is known to wear statement making dresses made a shift in her style. And, the result was clearly attention-grabbing and clear to one and all.
The mother-of-one looked stunning in pink hot pants paired with a Gucci top that totally stole the show. The ‘Pussy-bow silk crepe de chine shirt’ is available on Net-a-Porter for $1,100.
“Pussy-bow shirts are one of Gucci’s signature silhouettes. New for Pre-Fall 16, this fuchsia style is cut from silk crepe de chine for a languid drape,” the website states.
Twitter users went all out and suggested that the pink color and the style of Melania Trump’s pantsuit are favorites of democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, Business Insider reports. The former model and wife of Donald Trump was the center of speculations that trended with the hashtag of #WithHer.
Melania Trump’s hot pink Gucci top featured a long bow, long shirt-style sleeves that she wore tucked into the pants. She accentuated the outfit with sultry and smoky eye makeup.
As she took her seat inside the debate hall, she shook hands with Bill Clinton. Melania’s style is always point on and in September for the first presidential debate she wore a black Roland Mouret dress.
The $2,645 dress featured an off-the-shoulder stretch-knit style. She knows exactly what to wear to these presidential events and no matter what the occasion is, she’s always dressed appropriately and always looks so elegant, Hollywood Life reports.
The second date came close on the heels of a tape that was leaked by Washington Post on Friday. The Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in the tape talks to Billy Bush in an interview in 2005, where he boats of sexual acts he performed on women, Yahoo reports.