Melania Trump looked stunning when she showed up at the Smithsonian Institute Friday in a sleeveless vanilla dress to donate the gown that she wore to President Donald Trump’s inaugural balls.
The first lady showed off her incredible fashion sense once again in the cream-colored dress at the ceremony where she donated her inaugural gown to the First Ladies Collection at the National Museum of American History. The dress was added to the exhibition featuring 26 dresses worn by former first ladies. (RELATED: PHOTOS: Melania’s Shirt Dress Made Her Critics Green With Envy)
She completed the gorgeous look with a pale pink coat and pink high heels.
During her remarks, she thanked the designer Hervé Pierre for the gorgeous silk crepe off-the-shoulder gown he made for her historic event.
“To be honest, what I would wear to the inaugural ball was the last thing on my mind,” the first lady shared during the donation ceremony. “In fact, by the time I got around to thinking about my wardrobe choice. Poor Hervé was only given only two weeks to design and produce this couture piece.”