President Elections in style
America has spoken and we know who the 46th USA President will be, and moreover, we know who the First Lady of The United States of America is.
Respectively, all eyes are on her now, and comparisons, analogy, and juxtapositions are going to be made!
And this is normal considering the huge difference between Melania Trump and Jill Biden. Of course, there will be looks back in the years and she would be compared with the other list of First Ladies out there too…
As we’ve written, Biden is a working woman, whose roles extend beyond that of a politician’s wife. A “lifelong educator,” as she refers to herself on Twitter. She has also vowed to continue teaching should Biden become President…
So, does this mean that Biden will continue to play it sartorially safe once established in the White House?
Or, is she going to follow the trajectory of the other democratic FLOTUS Michelle Obama?
I guess we are going to see how her style will evolve in recent months to come.
Stay with us, we will keep you updated :)…
Take a deep breath. It’s the 4th morning after Election Day and the votes are still being counted in several key states. It’s likely that we may not know the outcome of the 2020 presidential race soon. It may take a few more days.
And though we do not know who the President of the USA will be we have a great primer on the few things we do know.
So, first things first – FLOTUS will be either Melania Trump or Jill Biden. 😉
Second, we also know for sure (being fashion-conscious girls😊) that what you wear makes a difference and has a huge influence on how other people perceive you! And if you are the First Lady this motto amplifies by thousands!
Regardless of whether you are a democrat or a Donald Trump fan, these two women’s style differs not that much in terms of quality and design, but far more in character and bravura and the way they showcase their personal exposure on the elements.
Here we will display some of their fashion choices and you will be the judge!
Melania Trump – the present First Lady
Her style evolved to be as well refind as Amal Clooney’s or Meghan Markle’s, though in my humble opinion her outfits are more of a show-off. And that did not happen overnight.
Having a background as a model she slowly escaped bejeweled embellishments, furs, plunging necklines, and short skirts.
So, wanna know how to achieve the republicans’ First Lady style – before and now – keep on scrolling, we have illustrated some great picks to warm you up for the Black Friday sales!
And the voting day outfit: “Melania chose to vote in person on Election Day, showing up in a $4,500 horse-bit Gucci dress and oversized tortoiseshell sunglasses.” (According to Fox News, her outfit is estimated to have cost $20,000 in total.)
Jill Biden – the democrat’s soon to be or not,🤔 First Lady
She is way too different from the modeling type of a woman! Not considering the 19-year difference between these two, Dr. Biden is all in her professional engagements.
More often working behind the scenes she bears that true American working woman vibe, striking an elegant balance between her personal style and the public figure image she has to keep.
Looking back through Dr. Biden’s outfits brings me up the feeling of a strong, professional, and powerful personality.
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And the voting day outfit: “After casting her vote early in the primaries in Wilmington, Delaware, Dr. Jill Biden walked off in a pair of boots that were so cool, many thought they were custom. The “5050 Vote Boot” made by none other than Stuart Weitzman is actually a limited-edition design with only 100 pairs available,” wrote marieclaire.com.
So, it is safe to say that both Jill and Melania are highly accomplished individuals in their own rights, and in terms of style preference we leave that to you. 🙌
Stay healthy and raise your hands to applaud the new First Lady of the USA…
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