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Melania Trump style: First Lady shows off curves in tight dress for roundtable meeting

Melania Trump, First Lady and wife to American President Donald Trump, constantly makes the headlines for her extravagant fashion choices. The former model has a huge wardrobe full of expensive designer outfits and for her most recent appearance, Melania opted for a high end brand. However she kept her look very minimalistic with a pop of colour. 

The First Lady hosted the roundtable discussion in a socially distanced meeting to raise awareness for sickle cell disease. 

The event was held in the State Dining Room in the White House a few weeks after Donald Trump recognised September being the awareness month for Sickle Cell Disease.

Melania had a bright smile on her face as she entered the discussion with patients, researchers and medical professionals. 

Opting for a discussion without wearing a mask, Melania looked stylish once again in her tight white dress. 

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Melania often favours minimalistic looks and kept her dress and jewellery to a minimum. 

Whilst she opted for a more simple look, she added a pop of colour with her high heels.

The bright orange stilettos are a staple wardrobe piece which Melania often adds to her outfits. 

Melania accessorised the outfit with two sparkling platinum and diamond rings with one on each of her hands. 

Posting the look on Instagram, the Slovenian-born First Lady wrote: “I hosted a roundtable @WhiteHouse on improving the lives of Americans w Sickle Cell Disease.

“We must continue to support those affected, eliminate stigma, & reaffirm our goal of finding a cure.”

Fans of Melania rushed to the comments to express their thoughts and opinions on the event and her outfit.

One person wrote: “Stunning First Lady. Praying we find a cure soon!”

Another commented: “You always exude superior taste and impeccable style.”

“Class & beauty,” a third said. 

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