Melania Trump wears all blacks to meet George and Laura Bush in Washington - Express

Melania Trump, 48, and Donald Trump, 72, visited George and Laura Bush in Washington yesterday, paying tribute to the death of George H. W. Bush at the age of 94 this week. The current First Lady wore an all-black suit for the trip, coming out in a full black skirt. Mum Melania showed her model in a tight-fitting dress, which included a pencil skirt and a black jacket with a peplum detail at the waist. Completing the look, Melania wore a pair of black square sunglasses.

A pair of stiletto heels in black python leather added inches to its already high frame.

Melanie kept her makeup under her breath, opting for nude lipstick and heavy mascara.

He wore his hair loose, rippling waves on his shoulders.

While Melanie allegedly wore black to celebrate the grief, Laura Bush chose a green forest dress.

The former First Lady looked festive in her simple green shift dress, which she combined with black ballet flats.

The funeral of George H. W. Bush will be held in Houston, Texas tomorrow and it is expected that the cream of American political society will participate.

His body was deposed in Washington state yesterday, and Melania joined Donald to visit her and pay her homage.

The First Lady wore all the black for her visit, covering every inch of skin in a black coat.

His coat had cloak sleeves, which gave a fashion-forward look to clothing.

He wore a den of black leather gloves and black suede knee boots to compete with the look.

Of course, Mum Melania made sure she did not have her hair out of place, with her perfectly flawless locks in perfect style.

The very heavy smoky eye makeup and the need for lipstick made the final touch.

Donald and Melania returned to Washington on Monday after spending the weekend in Buenos Aires, Argentina, for the G20 summit and Mexico City.

The First Lady posed for pictures with a number of other internationally renowned figures – such as the First Lady of Argentina, Juliana Awada.

During her stay in the countryside, Melanie and Juliana took a guided tour of MALBA – the Museum of Latin American Arts.

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