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Melania Trump dons a pussy bow blouse and $2,100 pantsuit at a cyberbullying summit


Melania Trump took to the stage in a pussy bow blouse and a $2,090 pantsuit as she opened a federal conference on cyberbullying on Monday.

The first lady, 48, spoke about the ‘benefits and pitfalls’ of social media during a gathering in Rockville, Maryland, as part of her ‘Be Best’ campaign, which includes a focus on combatting cyberbullying.

She wore a pale blue blouse featuring a pussy bow tied around her neck, a style she has been known to enjoy since she wore it to a presidential debate in October 2016, during her husband’s campaign.

Outfit: Melania Trump took to the stage in a pussy bow blouse and a pantsuit as she spoke during a conference on cyberbullying on Monday

Outfit: Melania Trump took to the stage in a pussy bow blouse and a pantsuit as she spoke during a conference on cyberbullying on Monday

Theme: The first lady, 48, spoke about the 'benefits and pitfalls' of social media during a gathering in Rockville, Maryland, as part of her 'Be Best' campaign

Theme: The first lady, 48, spoke about the ‘benefits and pitfalls’ of social media during a gathering in Rockville, Maryland, as part of her ‘Be Best’ campaign

Top: She wore a pale blue blouse featuring a pussy bow tied around her neck, a style she has been known to enjoy since she wore it to a presidential debate in October 2016

Top: She wore a pale blue blouse featuring a pussy bow tied around her neck, a style she has been known to enjoy since she wore it to a presidential debate in October 2016

Top: She wore a pale blue blouse featuring a pussy bow tied around her neck, a style she has been known to enjoy since she wore it to a presidential debate in October 2016

Greetings: Melania was pictured shaking hands with Holly Ham, the executive director of the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

Greetings: Melania was pictured shaking hands with Holly Ham, the executive director of the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

Melania paired her pussy bow blouse with a navy blazer from Michael Kors, comprised of a $1,395 stretch-wool blazer and $695 matching gabardine pants.

She kept her blazer open and wore it on her shoulders, featuring her blouse more prominently than if she had put her arms inside the garment’s sleeves.

The first lady finished off her outfit with a pair of pointed-toe navy pumps matching the rest of her outfit.

She wore her hair down in a glossy, wavy blowout, and went for her trademark smoky eye paired with a nude lip, while her face was contoured with bronzer. 

Ensemble: Melania paired her pussy bow blouse with a navy blazer from Michael Kors, comprised of a $1,395 stretch-wool blazer and $695 matching gabardine pants

Ensemble: Melania paired her pussy bow blouse with a navy blazer from Michael Kors, comprised of a $1,395 stretch-wool blazer and $695 matching gabardine pants

Style: She kept her blazer open and wore it on her shoulders, featuring her blouse more prominently than if she had put her arms inside the garment's sleeves

Style: She kept her blazer open and wore it on her shoulders, featuring her blouse more prominently than if she had put her arms inside the garment's sleeves

Style: She kept her blazer open and wore it on her shoulders, featuring her blouse more prominently than if she had put her arms inside the garment’s sleeves

Accessories: The first lady finished off her outfit with a pair of pointed-toe navy pumps matching the rest of her outfit

Accessories: The first lady finished off her outfit with a pair of pointed-toe navy pumps matching the rest of her outfit

Generation: Melania said some children know the 'benefits and pitfalls of social media' better than some adults

Generation: Melania said some children know the ‘benefits and pitfalls of social media’ better than some adults

In her talk, Melania encouraged technology and social media companies to provide more opportunities for children to share ideas on how to be good citizens online.

‘Let’s face it: most children are more aware of the benefits and pitfalls of social media than some adults,’ she said. 

Still, she urged adults to do ‘all we can’ to provide children with information and tools for safe online habits.

‘In today’s global society, social media is inevitably a part of our children’s daily lives. It can be used in many positive ways, but also can be destructive and harmful when used incorrectly,’ she said.

Since coming to office Melania Trump has spoken relatively infrequently in public.

She was treated at Walter Reed hospital on May 14, shortly after launching her Be Best campaign, for what aides called a ‘benign’ kidney condition and was released a few days later.

Finishing touches: She kept her hair down in a glossy, wavy blowout, and went for her trademark smoky eye paired with a nude lip, while her face was contoured with bronzer

Finishing touches: She kept her hair down in a glossy, wavy blowout, and went for her trademark smoky eye paired with a nude lip, while her face was contoured with bronzer

Support: Melania urged adults to do 'all we can' to provide children with information and tools for safe online habits

Support: Melania urged adults to do ‘all we can’ to provide children with information and tools for safe online habits

Careful: The first lady made sure her blazer remained on her shoulders during the summit

Careful: The first lady made sure her blazer remained on her shoulders during the summit

Careful: The first lady made sure her blazer remained on her shoulders during the summit

Address: Social media 'can be used in many positive ways, but also can be destructive and harmful when used incorrectly,' Melania said

Address: Social media ‘can be used in many positive ways, but also can be destructive and harmful when used incorrectly,’ Melania said

Campaign: The first lady has drawn attention for taking on the issue of cyberbyllying in light of the president's aggressive use of Twitter to berate his foes and call them names

Campaign: The first lady has drawn attention for taking on the issue of cyberbyllying in light of the president’s aggressive use of Twitter to berate his foes and call them names

The first lady has drawn attention for taking on the issue of cyberbullying in light of the president’s aggressive use of Twitter to berate his foes and call them names.  

Former aide: Omarosa Manigault Newman has claimed that Melania's fashion choices are 'never accidental'

Former aide: Omarosa Manigault Newman has claimed that Melania’s fashion choices are ‘never accidental’

On Monday morning he called the taxpayer-funded lawyers and prosecutors investigating Russia’s influence in the 2016 election a ‘National Disgrace’.

Melania’s choice to wear a pussy bow blouse on Monday comes after Omarosa Manigault Newman claimed the first lady’s wardrobe choices are ‘never accidental’.

In her newly released memoir, Unhinged, the former Trump aide refers to the first lady’s decision to wear a similar style during an October 2016 presidential debate, after the release of Access Hollywood tapes in which Donald bragged about being able to ‘grab’ women ‘by the pussy’.

‘Why did she wear a Gucci “pussy bow” pink blouse to the presidential debate immediately after the Access Hollywood bombshell?’ Omarosa wrote, adding: ‘The messages behind her style choices aren’t always clear, but they are never accidental.

‘Taken as a whole, all of her style rebellions have served the same purpose, and not only misdirection and distraction — strategies her husband knows all too well. I believe Melania uses style to punish her husband.’



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