Wasn't the girl a top model?
How Can Michelle Get It Right But The Girl Can't?
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What’s up with all these Melania threads?
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R1 everyone on DL wanted Mel to be above the trump fray and she just isn’t. Sad.
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I don't know what it is....
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She dresses like her mother would dress if she were the First Lady of Slobovia.
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“Dress shabbily and they remember the dress; dress impeccably and they remember the woman.”
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Whose bright idea was this?
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She may have been a model, but that doesn't mean she had / has taste. As a model, she never had to select the clothes she was photographed wearing. They were chosen for her.
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|by Anonymous||reply 15||10/11/2018|
Melania was a model, but her being on top of bought limo cock does *Not* make her a top model.
|by Anonymous||reply 16||10/11/2018|
[quote]She may have been a model, but that doesn't mean she had / has taste.
Model? Whose runway did she walk?
What covers is she on and wearing whose clothes?
|by Anonymous||reply 17||10/11/2018|
Okay... not good.
|by Anonymous||reply 18||10/11/2018|
For the first year or so of Trump's presidency, I really did think Melania wasn't that bad. But she has gradually proved me wrong.
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|by Anonymous||reply 20||10/11/2018|
I will bend over backwards to not ever dishonor Michelle Obama. But to say that she was the pinnacle of looks and appearance in the White House is pushing it.
Melania looks fine.
|by Anonymous||reply 21||10/11/2018|
Michelle Obama, overall, dressed better than any First Lady since Jackie Kennedy.
I think Melania has had more misses, but she’s doing her thing and I don’t hate her the way some of you do.
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Can someone show me ONE of Melania’s runway pictures? I see people referring to her modeling years, but there’s not a single picture.
You won’t find it, because it doesn’t exist. Now, can we stop repeating Trump lie # 367&6 that Melania was a fashion model? Where’s the “hard evidence”?
She was a hooker then and she’s a hooker now.
|by Anonymous||reply 24||10/11/2018|
Nice and safe
|by Anonymous||reply 25||10/11/2018|
R23, big nice at all considering that Melanija Knavs was trying to copy iconic Jackie Kennedy.
Everything Melania wears is an imitation of something someone else has done.
|by Anonymous||reply 26||10/11/2018|
[quote]She may have been a model, but that doesn't mean she had / has taste. As a model, she never had to select the clothes she was photographed wearing. They were chosen for her.
As a model, she never had to select clothes, because she was always photographed naked.
|by Anonymous||reply 27||10/11/2018|
R25, safe but stunning and very elegant. I’ve never seen the linked picture before.
|by Anonymous||reply 28||10/11/2018|
Here and there Michelle had some misses, but when she got it right she knocked it out of the park.
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|by Anonymous||reply 30||10/11/2018|
No. And, rehang those curtains...
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|by Anonymous||reply 32||10/11/2018|
Morticia living it up.
|by Anonymous||reply 33||10/11/2018|
Michelle and Jackie are in a league of their own as far as stylish First Ladies go.
I don’t think that Melania’s clothes are awful, per se. They’re obviously well made. But she always looks like she’s wearing a costume, more akin to Malificent and Carmen Sandiego than a real person.
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|by Anonymous||reply 35||10/11/2018|
No. Just no.
|by Anonymous||reply 36||10/11/2018|
Overtime the Central European taste does shine through.
|by Anonymous||reply 37||10/11/2018|
She looks like an extra in Dr. Phibes Rises Again.
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Girl, where was your mother?
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|by Anonymous||reply 40||10/11/2018|
I remember seeing pictures of Melania when she was younger and I used to like some of her outfits, but there is always something wrong about the way she carries herself. She’s always a bit tacky, regardless of what she wears.
Melania is like a Chanel bag purchased on Canal Street. Similar to what it wants to be, but it will always be a bad copy of the real thing.
|by Anonymous||reply 41||10/11/2018|
R1, you have it wrong...TOPLESS model...
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Was Melania ever paid to model clothing?
|by Anonymous||reply 43||10/11/2018|
She grew up Eastern Bloc with the sense of "taste" that goes along with it.
|by Anonymous||reply 44||10/11/2018|
This was fashion when Melania was growing up.
|by Anonymous||reply 45||10/11/2018|
This is the only "real" photo shoot of hers that I am aware of, and apparently the Donald pestered or paid British GQ to do it. Melania is described as his professional hostess. It is utterly hilarious. The photo below is definitely the classiest of the bunch.
|by Anonymous||reply 46||10/11/2018|
The best article on Melania Trump I’ve ever read.
This article explains how Donald Trump created this entire story about Melania’s “modeling career”. Spoiler: It’s just another big fat lie.
|by Anonymous||reply 47||10/11/2018|
Don't forget, as first lady, designers throw their clothes at the woman. However, we all know that this is not the case with the ex shopgirl.
|by Anonymous||reply 48||10/11/2018|
Melania always looks tacky because of the makeup and wig.
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And in a few years...
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What is this?
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How come no one shrieked "cultural appropriation" at the dress in R53?!?!?!???!?!?!?! I'm outraged!!!!!
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I hate Melanie’s hair She needs an updated style.
|by Anonymous||reply 57||10/11/2018|
Exhibit 1: No Brains all you need to know : Melania married piece of shit grifter
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|by Anonymous||reply 59||10/11/2018|
Melania’s clothese arent the problem. Its the botox and fillers that are bothersome. She looks angry and mean.
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Michelle looks like a linebacker in a dress.
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i secretely love that she dressed as Indiana Jones-meets-Karen Blixen for her trip to Africa.
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I agree R61
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I think Melania always looks elegant and gracious. Can’t say this about the rest.
|by Anonymous||reply 65||10/11/2018|
Melania was not a top model. She was a call girl.
|by Anonymous||reply 66||10/11/2018|
A three-digit IQ helps.
|by Anonymous||reply 67||10/11/2018|
Oh, dear Lord...
|by Anonymous||reply 68||10/11/2018|
The Obamas always come across as exactly who they are: an affectionate and happy couple who love and support one another.
Similarly, the Trumps always come across as exactly who they are: a trashy blowhard and his golddigging soft core porn wife who can barely stand the sight of his lard ass.
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|by Anonymous||reply 70||10/11/2018|
R12, EVERYONE knows that quote is attributed to Kathryn Parker! And OP, Michelle Obama may be smart and a seemingly nice person but she DOES NOT know fashion. Sorry but she does not know how to dress for her body type. Melanie on the other hand may or may not be a nice person but she does know fashion. Clothes look good on her.
|by Anonymous||reply 71||10/11/2018|
R24 There is a photo of her in the SI swimsuit issue with a big inflatable dolphin, and she did do a few print ads as well.
I don't think that she or even he has claimed she did runway work. She was a model in the same way that Howard Stern's wife Beth Ostrovsky was. They did bridal mags and catalogs. No one refers to either as a big girl in the biz, but that does not mean that they did not work.
I would post the SI pic but I don't know how. It is readily available online though.
|by Anonymous||reply 72||10/11/2018|
Melania misses far more than she hits. She just doesn't have taste and she's aiming for young. Fact is, she's past it. I did like the yellow and magenta evening gowns.
I used to think Michelle Obama had more misses than hits, but looking at these pictures, she really could pick an outfit for the most part. I always think of her in poodle skirts and kitten sweaters, don't know why. But she looked good.
What I'd kill to see is how Melania has done up the private quarters upstairs at the White House. It's not uncommon for Architectural Digest to score a spread but so far it hasn't happened. I'm dying to see. I am not sure the Obamas did it either.
|by Anonymous||reply 73||10/11/2018|
Sorry, the Obamas did. It isn't my taste but I also really like it... very warm and a nice mix of styles. Really like it.
|by Anonymous||reply 74||10/11/2018|
Melania is tall and broad. She has really no waist. She uses fabric to give herself s shape. She adds fabric to widen her shoulder for a waist or wears a circle skirt to give herself a waist. Doesn't work. She has enormous fake boobs that ruin the line of her clothes. She would look better in simple silhouettes that are tailored around the bust. She needs to get rid of the wig and the fillers around her eyes.
|by Anonymous||reply 75||10/11/2018|
[quote] I'm dying to see. I am not sure the Obamas did it either.
Here ya go, R73. Also, it is worth noting that it is reported that the Obama's forsook the budgeted money that goes towards the White House private residence decorating and used their own money. The Trump's on the other hand used that budget and much more. It's reported that the Trump's used donated inaugural money for private residence decoration.
|by Anonymous||reply 76||10/11/2018|
Nice try R72. But as a matter of fact, both Donald and Melania lied their asses off about her entire past including her education and modeling work. The lies are documented in the link at R47. As part of his many lies to the media, he repeatedly referred to her as a successful European supermodel when he first introduced her as his girlfriend.
|by Anonymous||reply 77||10/11/2018|
Michelle knows what she likes, and what works for her. The girl dresses like she thinks a First Lady should dress, and she's a whore.
|by Anonymous||reply 78||10/11/2018|
Michelle Obama was comfortable in her own skin and it showed, especially in sporty clothes. She had a definite style, and stuck to it most of the time.
Melania does look like she’s playing dress up, trying different looks, different costumes. She not as sure of herself.
Then, too, I wonder if our perception isn’t influenced by our knowledge of her past?
|by Anonymous||reply 79||10/11/2018|
The big thing about Melania is that she has no confidence. She never wears her clothes with pride and she never owns it. That's one of the main reasons why she looks so bad most of the time.
With Michelle, even in her worst outfits she still has a smile on and her confidence shines.
|by Anonymous||reply 80||10/11/2018|
I agree with that. The white hat and suit were not awful, but an obvious miss.
|by Anonymous||reply 81||10/11/2018|
Also, for R73
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|by Anonymous||reply 83||10/11/2018|
Remember when we found out that Melania worked illegally without a green card? But journalists just don’t care about that anymore, because emails, Kanye in the White House and other super important things.
From the article:
“Melania Trump was paid for 10 modeling jobs in the US worth $20,056 that occurred in the seven weeks before she had legal permission to work in the country”
Ok, so Melania received 2 grand per “modeling job”? That’s not how this works for successful fashion models. Melania has said that she was a very successful model on the runways of Milan and Paris, which is bullshit.
You can watch the Larry King interview right after their wedding where both Trumps talk about her supermodel career.
|by Anonymous||reply 84||10/11/2018|
Hmm... okay. But, that's a stretch. Mmph! that's some push up bra...
|by Anonymous||reply 85||10/11/2018|
At her Sunday best!
|by Anonymous||reply 86||10/11/2018|
Maybe it's cool....
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Is that red and white striped dress from Melanie's current trip?
I ask because she looks happy. It's occurred a few times on this trip. She seems suddenly able to breathe, smile, look relaxed, it's a whole new Melanie.
Never mind. I just looked and it is from this trip. Here she is wearing it again, again looking happy.
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|by Anonymous||reply 93||10/11/2018|
R91 In a recent thread, that very picture was captioned as "Into the cage you go. Be best baby!"
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|by Anonymous||reply 95||10/11/2018|
The Girl Can't Help It!
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Deez eez not my fault!
(Fire daht she girl!)
|by Anonymous||reply 97||10/11/2018|
Melanoma from the whore house to the white house.So sick of this Mafia POTUS and his cult followers using ever trick in the fascist play book. They photo shopped R26 Jacke's beige coat to blue to imply their ignorant tricked out plastic soul less stepford hooker Melanoma was Jackie style reborn. Michelle wore Jackie's sleeveless A silhouette dresses with ease and grace.
|by Anonymous||reply 98||10/11/2018|
Why does she always wear her coats in the house?
|by Anonymous||reply 99||10/11/2018|
Just another mess...
|by Anonymous||reply 100||10/11/2018|
No pockets in the dresses in case she has to make change.
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|by Anonymous||reply 102||10/11/2018|
R77 I was not aware that he ever touted her as a supermodel. Of course that is absurd.
It's funny because one Howard referred to Beth O as a supermodel when they were dating and she was genuinely mortified. She knew exactly what she was and was not...a working NY model--nothing else.
But Melania did look cute in the SI shoot, and the pic was not racy at all(like those horrid jet photos which looked to be art directed by Trump himself.)
|by Anonymous||reply 103||10/12/2018|
Melanie in Sport's Illustrated.
|by Anonymous||reply 104||10/12/2018|
Not a top model but an on-top "model".
|by Anonymous||reply 105||10/12/2018|
Michelle actually has a personality and it comes through in her fashion choices. Melania is a robot.
|by Anonymous||reply 106||10/12/2018|
It was hard to get a picture of Melania on the runway because of all those planes flying over.
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|by Anonymous||reply 110||10/12/2018|
Ok. This is cute.
|by Anonymous||reply 111||10/12/2018|
All political thoughts aside, Melania looks great most of the time.
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|by Anonymous||reply 113||10/12/2018|
Michelle looks like she's had some excellent plastic surgery done, though not recently. I started noticing it about a year before she left the WH...less of a bulldog thing going on there. She got that jutting neanderthal brow softened. She looks beautiful now.
|by Anonymous||reply 114||10/12/2018|
What I thought was interesting was finding out that Victoria Silvstedt was Melania’s roommate when they both lived in Paris. Victoria was Playmate of the Year and one of the most beautiful but look a little deeper in her history and there are a lot of rumors about her activities including on the data lounge.
|by Anonymous||reply 115||10/12/2018|
what is the actual BFD about what she wore to Africa?? i don't get it. she looks fine. she's worn a lot of really nice clothes.
|by Anonymous||reply 116||10/12/2018|
I love this line from R47's article: "Slovenia is a small, mountainous country shaped like a chicken that can be crossed by car in three hours".
|by Anonymous||reply 117||10/12/2018|
It's ONLY a big deal as a topic for people into identity politics to snark about. One can do both. She looks nice AND snark about the political correctness of it all. Surely you understand 2 conflicting ideas can be held at the same time, being on DL.
|by Anonymous||reply 118||10/12/2018|
What I like and liked about Michelle is that she knows the power of her position and platform. MANY young and unknown minority fashion designers lives were literally changed because of her recognition.
|by Anonymous||reply 119||10/12/2018|
R108 That was perhaps the most unfortunate photo ever printed of poor Michelle. Imagine having to compete with 2 model bodies!
And from behind which is not your best angle. I remember once reading some doctor who claimed she suffers from what orthopedic surgeons call "ghetto booty." It is a swayback condition which frequently afflicts African and AA women.
|by Anonymous||reply 120||10/12/2018|
NO, she was NOT a top model. She was a cheesy soft core porn "model" and most likely escort, because that is the main deal for such a "model".
|by Anonymous||reply 121||10/12/2018|
This was nice.
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|by Anonymous||reply 125||10/12/2018|
One gets paid to suck cock, the other does it for free.
|by Anonymous||reply 126||10/12/2018|
Michelle Obama has class.
|by Anonymous||reply 127||10/12/2018|
Melania just has an ex stripper vibe to her. The spray tan, the boob job, the badly Botoxed face. Ivanka has intentionally upstaged her as the true fashion darling /First Lady of the WH. Lots of plastic surgery work on that face as well but not obvious. You would have never guessed she once had a slackjaw, pudgy face, and crooked nose.
|by Anonymous||reply 128||10/12/2018|
R114, I think she got jaw surgery to correct her underbite.
The brows she also fixed through microblading (she got suspiciously thicker brows in the last 2 years of the WH when she originally had pencil thin brows).
|by Anonymous||reply 129||10/12/2018|
Yes I'm turning Japanese. I'm turning Japanese. I'm turning Japanese. I really think so.
|by Anonymous||reply 130||10/12/2018|
They're trying to make her into something that she is not. In the link is part 2 of her interview last night. And, given the amount of YouTube hits no one is watching it or her. But, two things I would like to point out; 1) Notice at the one minute mark how her staff (save one person) are all wearing Black or very dark blues. That looks like a set up to me. 2) If ever you thought that a GOP internet strategy was just a conspiracy just look at the comments of this video (and the others if you want) and you will see that they are 99% negative towards ABCNews. That's rather strange, non? Here's a sampling;
"Terrible that ABC didn't just show the Interview & clips with Melania, instead they edited the hell out of this, cut off her answers & edit it with people saying nasty things about She & Trump? Things that she can't even respond to? why didn't the interviewer says THOSE things to Her Face? It's supposed to be Being Melania Not a hit piece, But of course it's ABC Mockingbird Media. Melania still shines despite ABC's Attempt to make She & Trump look bad. What an elegant well spoken Woman. Great wife & Mother."
"Melania is correct, the bullying is direct and very subtle, just like ABC's little piece on her. ABC complains about Donald being crude but you can see that for yourself , however media is a bit more " hidden " in their criticism. Think about it for a moment,, would ABC have aired this type of mystery theater on Michelle ? Probably not , I'm certain it would have been presented in a much more favorable light , instead of the Rod Serling science fiction approach. Subtle."
"People will do anything to attack her. She is just another human being, when will people have common sense and treat her with the respect she deserves."
"NEVER. Despite being a smart, five language speaking supermodel, we will never see her on the cover of a fashion magazine. Instead, we're still seeing Michelle. The media has NO intention of ever cutting Melania a break...just hoping to subtly finding an opportunity to make fun of her or get her to say something off about her husband. I have no idea why she would ever agree to be interviewed....colossal waste of her time."
"abc NEWS, the only thing you accomplished here was to make her even more amazing and how ridiculously STUPID and FAKE as hell you are... unbelievable !!"
"This interview was such bullshit and a waste of Time."
"Pretty shabby "profile." Melania's an old-World, old-fashioned, intelligent but relatively simple woman. She doesn't get a tenth of the respect of any other First Lady in living memory because of her husband's politics. A better title for this would be "Being the Mainstream Media as it Carries On Its War on the Right." Just another reminder as to why I, and millions of others, avoid the MSM."
"I found the interview hostile toward our FLOTUS. Why must the media hate on her? She's a lovely woman who is doing a fine job. Leave her be!"
"ABCD had no intentions of giving her a fair and honest interview instead they used it as bashing President Trump. They edited what she would be saying from the full sentences and then interjected negative things about the president. This was not an interview of Melania it was to bash her husband. Shame on ABC but then what do you expect they are a communist organization and the people that work for them are communist. Wake up America🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸"
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|by Anonymous||reply 132||10/13/2018|
I don't know who is styling her hair these days, (probably her regular person), but her wigs and/or weave are on point! A HOME RUN with this dress!
|by Anonymous||reply 133||10/13/2018|
Love the teal color on Michelle.
|by Anonymous||reply 134||10/13/2018|
R21 is being honest. I love Michelle Obama as a person. But to say she is beautiful or hot is total rose colored glasses bullshit. She's not disgusting but she's not beautiful. Melanie doesn't look like a real person to me so I don't find her beautiful or not either. She looks like a First Lady mass produced by Matel.
|by Anonymous||reply 135||10/13/2018|
It's just not right. It's a pretty dress but it does nothing for her. Maybe it's the hair?
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|by Anonymous||reply 137||10/13/2018|
Melania modeling in Milan and Paris, right after getting her degrees in “architect and fashion”. I wonder if she was on the runway walking for Chanel or Dior in this picture?
|by Anonymous||reply 138||10/13/2018|
Uninspiring. But, I think she dressed down in order to give the girl the spotlight. I just noticed. she did a shoe change.
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|by Anonymous||reply 142||10/13/2018|
This picture reminds me; I need to pick up some trash bags tomorrow.
|by Anonymous||reply 143||10/13/2018|
Many expensive things put together do not equal an outfit. I like the dress, but wrong bag and shoes.
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|by Anonymous||reply 145||10/13/2018|
Nice dress, bad fit and too tight around the abdomen.
What’s with the “Children Of The Corn” facial expression?
|by Anonymous||reply 146||10/13/2018|
This was prior to becoming FHOTUS, but one of Melania’s outfits that I actually like.
|by Anonymous||reply 147||10/13/2018|
What was this?
|by Anonymous||reply 148||10/13/2018|
Hmm... I dunno
|by Anonymous||reply 149||10/13/2018|
R31, that picture always makes me melancholy, because that dress looks exactly like inside our big mixing bowl when Mama was creaming butter, eggs and sugar for one of her beautiful cakes. You know, toward the end when the mixture makes folds and ribbons as you lift the beaters?
Is Melancholia's designer a part-time baker?
|by Anonymous||reply 150||10/13/2018|
Stop with the cyber bullying and lies!!!!
|by Anonymous||reply 151||10/13/2018|
Sophisticated and totally a model!
|by Anonymous||reply 152||10/13/2018|
I loathe Melania just as much as I loathe the bloated orange asshole she's married to but …. I really did like the pale blue outfit she wore to the inauguration.
|by Anonymous||reply 153||10/13/2018|
R138, she's modelling bracelets in that photo.
|by Anonymous||reply 154||10/13/2018|
Melania doesn’t wear her clothes. Most of the time they wear her.
If she wore simpler, classic timeless designs, she’d be fine.
She overdoes it. Big sleeves, odd lines, bias cut stuff. She needs a simple silhouette.
|by Anonymous||reply 155||10/13/2018|
I miss Michelle.
|by Anonymous||reply 156||10/13/2018|
I simply loved Michelle Obama as first lady, but I think she had a lot of misses fashion-wise.
I think Melania is pretty useless as first lady however I think she looks fantastic a lot of the time. I think she has a great sense of fashion and style, it's too bad she seems to be pretty shallow underneath the clothes...
|by Anonymous||reply 157||10/13/2018|
R138 Cindy Crawford and 3 other top models of the 80s-90s did Playboy. Would you not describe that as soft porn as well? Nude photography does not mean one wasn't a working model; and I have always claimed she was only a working model. I have never maintained she was anywhere close to a top name brand model.
You can pan her looks all you want, but can you say with a straight face that she wasn't attractive enough to do catalog work at 5'10? Shit, I am 5'8 1/2 and even I did a lot of catalogue work out of fucking ATL in the 80s. And I have never even called myself a model...just a girl making a few bucks to supplement her real job.
And finally, can anyone provide any porny photography she did BEFORE she met Donald? You know, when she was an escort in Paris with Victoria Silvestadt?(sp?) It is my opinion that pervy Trump pushed her to do that shit so he could brag to other men: "see what a great body she has? I fuck that every night!" Sadly a lot of men push their women to do Playboy et al just for that reason.
|by Anonymous||reply 158||10/13/2018|
R158, you must have missed her girl on girl photo shoot or the fantastic shot of her fingering herself. All pre trump. Sweetie, give it up, she's a ho.
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|by Anonymous||reply 161||10/13/2018|
Yes, R160, stunning and Fully Dressed. Notice, Michelle is NOT fingering herself.
|by Anonymous||reply 162||10/13/2018|
How about here R162?
|by Anonymous||reply 163||10/13/2018|
OP, don't call a middle aged woman a girl.
|by Anonymous||reply 164||10/13/2018|
R163, so you're posting a "joke" picture about Michelle from Alex Jones. What is your point?
I mean, I'm not the one saying Melania is a real model and dresses well.
I'm the one refraining from pictures of Melania figuring herself.
I suppose I can post her soft porn pictures or her pre surgery face.
But that crap is too ugly and unfunny for me.
|by Anonymous||reply 165||10/13/2018|
I actually think Melania can sometimes look stunning, but 99% of the time she always looks stiff and overdressed. Michelle Obama genuinely had flair but she wore her clothes more easily--as Liza would say, SHE wore THEM; they didn't wear her.
|by Anonymous||reply 166||10/13/2018|
Her pre-surgery face was gorgeous. It was pointed out here a long time ago that she looked a bit like Paulina.
She is not a Kyle case. Kylie was a plain fugly little girl before cosmetic surgery, Melania was a very pretty woman before hers.
And I have not mentioned beauty once until this comment, but since you brought it up, Michelle is no beauty in the face herself. Her look comes from an all over put together look, not beauty. If you showed the pics of Michelle and Melania and took them to some hole in the wall where no one knew either, you know damn good and well Melania would win the beauty contest hands down. Michelle looks like a bull dog in the face half the time because of her underbite, and her rear view is hilarious.
You in. You brought out the ugly in me. I said up thread that I would never besmirch Michelle because I admire her and she does the most with what she has to work with. And she does. But, unfortunately you got under my skin here at the end, and so I did dishonor the last FLOTUS,
Congrats. I'm done. You sound oddly like the poster who soiled the entire thread about Heather Locklear with your insane ravings that she was a drug whore and no one should speak well of her. You called her plain and basic bitch.
Then you went on to speak about how beautiful and talented Whitney Houston was, and if people spoke badly about her for being a drug addict, then no one should speak well of Heather who was completely without redeeming qualities.
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R167, you know you can check my posting history, right? You can verify I've never posted about Whitney, Kyle, Heather.
But, somehow I don't think you're interested in reality.
It must be fantastic living out your mental illness on DL.
|by Anonymous||reply 168||10/13/2018|
[quote]Michelle Obama, overall, dressed better than any First Lady since Jackie Kennedy.
Oh, I don't agree. Nancy Reagan did pretty well.
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[quote] I really did like the pale blue outfit she wore to the inauguration. —And I hate myself for it
No need. I liked her in that too. She looked good.
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This just didn't work for me.
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Those comments at R131 are some of the most depressing things I've read in awhile. It really shows how deep the delusion and denial of these people runs. There is no way in hell they would ever let the (3rd!!!) wife of a Democrat president get the slack this woman has. I've seen more of her vagina than I have of my own mother's and I came out of it!
|by Anonymous||reply 173||10/13/2018|
I love the she speaks 5 languages and is a supermodel. I mean, they heard this chick in an interview unable to speak English. They've seen the picture of her fingering herself. Supermodel!
When she adds 2 plus 2 and gets 5, they'll be Melania has a PhD in physics.
|by Anonymous||reply 174||10/14/2018|
This thread doesn't read like witty light editorial of FLOTUS fashions. It reads like a low IQ Stan of Michelle with OCD.
|by Anonymous||reply 175||10/14/2018|
R175, this thread was a witty light editorial of Melanias fashion? Sweetie, if that were true, people would never have posted bad pictures of Michelle. People wouldn't have posted photoshopped pictures of Michelle with a penis, for example.
I guess reading and analytical skills aren't your strong suit. (That's called a pun, btw).
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More evidence that my assessment of the OCD poster is correct.
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Maybe that's it R166. Michelle always looks comfortable in whatever she's wearing and brings forth her flair. The other one just looks as if she's uncomfortable.
|by Anonymous||reply 178||10/14/2018|
R177 so what you're saying is you never did read this thread. You can't address my concerns and you can't address Melanias poor fashion choices. All you can do is attack people.
Now, is your next reply going to be OCD!!!!!!! Or can you address Melanias poor fashion?
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This was cute.
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I think Melania has gained a lot of weight in the last few years. Not in the sense of a jiggly fat slob, but in the sense that her body has settled into middle age. Her bones aren't very small, and she is becoming a little stouter.
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From the front
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One can block 2 or 3 posters (and 2 or 3! might be 1 person), and most of the thread disappears, especially on one of them according to troll dar. It's one person talking to him or herself. True sign of OCD. There is a sit for that, it's called Pinterest
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She looks good in the red dress. When she wears excess fabric, it adds too much bulk. She is stouter, R181. When she wears form fitting, she needs to go up a size.
R184, in your haste to respond you again, failed to read the posts. Are you going to post about fashion or keep screaming OCD.
The word, BTW is site, not sit.
|by Anonymous||reply 185||10/14/2018|
This appears to have been an interesting gown. I wonder what it looks like from the front? I couldn't find anything... OH! I found it! I like the detailing of the jacket.
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From the front
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I think Melania prefers a more European style perspective on fashion. Michelle has that cute/classy American thing going on. Both have their hits and misses but overall I think Melania does it better mainly because she has a more attractive face/figure.
|by Anonymous||reply 190||10/14/2018|
Melania may have a more attractive figure, but her face is shit. And she hasn't a shred of integrity, so fuck her. Michelle wins.
|by Anonymous||reply 191||10/14/2018|
R190, Melania’s style is not European, which is much more understated.
She wears European designers but her outfits always look like the interior decor of their Trump Tower apartment.
|by Anonymous||reply 192||10/14/2018|
To the poster who said that Melania looked like Paulina Porizkova, that's a hard nyet. First of all, Paulina was a real model and a very successful one. Here's a picture of PP nude, just to show you how a real model does nude. Always tasteful, never cheap and tacky unlike Melania.
If Melania wants to tell the world that she was a model, then I would like to see some hard evidence. Catalogue model? Show me the catalogues. They don't exist.
There's no doubt that Melania was a pretty girl, and she had the right height for modeling. But, she is not versatile and has one facial expression, and her big surgically placed tits would have been detrimental for any fashion modeling.
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Should have dropped the wreaths
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TOGA! TOGA! TOGA!!!
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I'd like to be mentioned here....
|by Anonymous||reply 196||10/14/2018|
[quote]Nancy Reagan did pretty well.
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[quote]OP, don't call a middle aged woman a girl.
Well, you know who I'm talking about. What's her name...
|by Anonymous||reply 198||10/14/2018|
I agree, r21. Love Michelle, and her goodness radiates, but she really wasn’t/isn’t the fashion plate she’s often presented to be...
Melania has a models physique and unusual good looks. She wears clothes very well...
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[quote] but she really wasn’t/isn’t the fashion plate she’s often presented to be...
Probably because she is much more substantive than just being a fashion plate. Michelle Obama made careers for unknown designers. She used her platform to definitely make advancements for causes that she believed in. She gave J. Crew new life. She inspired the average women that they too could afford many of her fashions. Maybe not everything but one or two pieces. A lot of fashion that Michelle Obama wore literally sold out as women rushed to buy the same items.
[quote]Melania. She wears clothes very well...
She needs a stylist!
|by Anonymous||reply 200||10/14/2018|
The jacket and gown in R186, R187, R188, is Calvin Klein
But, I don't like her in this Calvin Klein!
|by Anonymous||reply 201||10/14/2018|
It doesn't work.
|by Anonymous||reply 202||10/14/2018|
Mel is ugly inside.
|by Anonymous||reply 203||10/14/2018|
Michelle always looked like a lumbering ape in cheap cloths. Good God you're all a bunch of desperate kiss asses.
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[quote]I remember once reading some doctor who claimed she suffers from what orthopedic surgeons call "ghetto booty." It is a swayback condition which frequently afflicts African and AA women.
She doesn't "suffer" from having a certain type of body. She has a certain type of body, like we all do. It's not a "condition" to be African American, you Nazi asshole.
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FF for R204.
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R204 Fuck off Roseanne
|by Anonymous||reply 207||10/14/2018|
The best Melania ever looked was the inauguration dress and jacket with the updo. She needs to do her hair like that again.
And the pantsuits are only half working. Who does she think she is, Diane Keaton? Blake Lively? HRC?
I also hate that she wears tea-length cocktail dresses to events wheee men wear black tie. She looks like a sales rep.
|by Anonymous||reply 208||10/14/2018|
Show me Melania's fashion portfolios if she was a 'top model'. All I've seen is nudie stuff and soft porn for which she could have never received a visa.
|by Anonymous||reply 209||10/14/2018|
Melanie looks good in R202 's pic and surprisingly so does Mrs. Trudeau. The latter often takes chances with fashion and fails.
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R208, I love that you said she looks like a sales rep. I would bet that is your version of "the C word", and I approve.
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Early style. Model?
|by Anonymous||reply 213||10/14/2018|
Christ, they both looks horrible in that pic. And yes, Orange anus is always hideous
|by Anonymous||reply 214||10/14/2018|
Melania doesn't have any runway photos. Just spread leg pussy shots.
|by Anonymous||reply 215||10/14/2018|
Melania's hair detracts from her look even when she hits the mark otherwise—most of the time it looks like a "shake 'n' go" wig from the beauty supply store. Is she bald?
|by Anonymous||reply 216||10/14/2018|
(Many people can't access)
What Michelle Obama Wore and Why It Mattered
It began with Jay Leno.
It began, to be more specific, in October 2008, when Mr. Leno, the host of “The Tonight Show” at the time, turned to his guest, Michelle Obama, the wife of the Democratic nominee for president, and said — with glee, with gotcha expectation, because it had just been revealed that the campaign clothes budget for Sarah Palin, the Republican vice-presidential candidate, was $150,000 — “I want to ask you about your wardrobe. I’m guessing about 60 grand? Sixty, 70 thousand for that outfit?”
“J. Crew,” Mrs. Obama said of her silk blouse, gold skirt and cardigan fastened with a big rhinestone brooch. “Ladies, we know J. Crew. You can get some good stuff online!”
And thus was an eight-year obsession born. Not to mention a new approach to the story of dress and power.
When Mrs. Obama understood the impact of that early answer — when she saw the public response to her outfit (which had been chosen specifically as a riposte to the Palin news) — it set in motion a strategic rethink about the use of clothes that not only helped define her tenure as first lady, but also started a conversation that went far beyond the label or look that she wore and that is only now, maybe, reaching its end.
Though amid discussion of legacy and historical change fashion may seem the least of the matter, consider the number of words devoted to what both the first lady and President Obama wore since the original campaign began. Consider that for five and a half years there was a blog chronicling Mrs. Obama’s wardrobe choices, arguably the first devoted to the clothes of a political figure, and that when Mr. Obama wore a tan suit to a news conference it practically broke the internet (ditto when he eschewed a tie). Consider that Mrs. Obama’s effect on fashion brands was the subject of a study by a New York University professor in the Harvard Business Review entitled “How This First Lady Moves Markets.”
Consider all that, and there is simply no ignoring the fact that during these two terms, clothing played a role unlike any it had ever played before in a presidential administration.
A noncomprehensive litany of some of the designers whose clothes the first lady wore during her husband’s two terms in office includes: Carolina Herrera, Narciso Rodriguez, Michael Kors, Maria Cornejo, Thom Browne, Isabel Toledo, Jason Wu, Prabal Gurung, Donna Karan, Marc Jacobs, Oscar de la Renta, Ralph Lauren, Marchesa, Tom Ford, Vera Wang, Tadashi Shoji, Cushnie et Ochs, Tory Burch, Naeem Khan, Brandon Maxwell, Rodarte, Bibhu Mohapatra, Zac Posen, Barbara Tfank, Alexander Wang, Rag & Bone, Joseph Altuzarra, Tracy Reese, Monique Lhuillier, Thakoon, Christian Siriano, Calvin Klein, Sophie Theallet, Reed Krakoff, Diane von Furstenberg, Derek Lam, Proenza Schouler and Alice & Olivia. Also Talbots. And Target. And Ann Taylor. Sheesh.
Plus, of course: Gucci, Versace, Givenchy, Alaïa, Junya Watanabe, Christopher Kane, Roksanda, Moschino, Lanvin (those controversial expensive sneakers), Dries Van Noten, Alexander McQueen, Duro Olowu, Lanvin and Kenzo. To name a few.
It is, by any measure, an unprecedented list.
The twin conditions of the historic nature of this presidency and the fact it occurred alongside the rise of social media, which turned every public second into a shareable, comment-worthy moment, combined to create a new reality where every appearance mattered. Not everyone listened to all of the speeches or read the analysis or considered the context. But everyone paused for a moment to assess the visual. And a couple who had spent their entire lives being scrutinized as pioneers understood what that meant, and instead of bridling at it, leveraged it. If you know everyone is going to see what you wear and judge it, then what you wear becomes fraught with meaning. Certainly Mrs. Obama’s significance as a contemporary role model goes far beyond her image, but no one understood the role of fashion, and the potential uses of that, better than the first lady.
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“She realized very early on that everything she did had ramifications,” said Thom Browne, who made the tailored coat and dress Mrs. Obama wore for the inaugural parade in 2013, as well as a dress she wore to the 2012 Democratic National Convention and also during the final debate that year. And she understood, he went on, “that people did not just want to know how she looked, but what she was about,” and that she could plant subliminal cues to the latter with her clothes.
Change was the promise, and change was the look — far beyond the amount of upper arm on display, or the riot of color and prints. Or the cardigans.
Just because something appears trivial does not mean it is any less powerful as a means of persuasion and outreach. In some ways its very triviality — the fact that everyone could talk about it, dissect it, imitate it — makes fashion the most potentially viral item in the subliminal political toolbox. Talking heads complained early on in the second term about Mrs. Obama’s allowing the clothes conversation to dominate the substance conversation, but in fact she made the two inextricable.
There have been a lot of words since the 2016 election devoted to how Mrs. Obama loved fashion and fashion loved her in return, and that is true; to listen to designers who have dressed her is to hear a chorus of “it was the privilege of my career.” That the first lady, a Princeton-and-Harvard-educated lawyer and hospital power player, was publicly able to enjoy clothes allowed a swath of smart women to stop being so neurotic about dress (as she said to Vogue in her third cover story, the most of any first lady, one of the factors in choosing a garment always has to be, “Is it cute?”).
But her real contribution went far beyond giving women a license to like clothes and use them to celebrate their own strength and femininity. Just as, despite the attention paid to the study on how much the first lady was worth to a brand — “I have been publishing for 25 years,” said David Yermack, the author of the study and a professor of finance at the N.Y.U. Stern School of Business, “and nothing has compared to the interest in this” — it wasn’t ultimately about revenue generation. Indeed, despite Mrs. Obama’s patronage, a number of labels she wore have struggled financially, including J. Crew; Maria Pinto, which closed; and Bibhu Mohapatra, which filed for bankruptcy last week.
Rather, like first ladies from Jacqueline Kennedy to Nancy Reagan, Mrs. Obama understood that fashion was a means to create an identity for an administration. But unlike any other first lady, instead of seeing it as part of a uniform to which she had to conform, with the attendant rules and strictures that implies, she saw it as a way to frame her own independence and points of difference, add to her portfolio and amplify her husband’s agenda.
“Our glorious diversity — our diversities of faiths and colors and creeds — that is not a threat to who we are; it makes us who we are,” she said during her final speech, and the proof was, literally, on her back. While most first ladies turned to a small number of trusted designers to help them create their look (Oleg Cassini with Mrs. Kennedy; Adolfo and James Galanos with Mrs. Reagan; Oscar de la Renta with Hillary Clinton and Laura Bush) Mrs. Obama seemed to work with them all.
That is not a situation that, as any woman would know, happens by accident. We all tend to gravitate toward certain designers in part because of sheer laziness: We know what suits us, what we like, and so we go there first. To have been so, well, evenhanded in her choices could have happened only with careful calculation.
|by Anonymous||reply 218||10/14/2018|
We should start a DL investigation to uncover Melania’s old fashion modeling pictures. How can she keep up the “fashion model” scam when there are no damn pictures to prove that she’s ever worked as a model prior to meeting Trump?
Are the pictures in Kenya with President Obama’s birth certificate? How does she get away with this lie?
|by Anonymous||reply 219||10/14/2018|
“I am not sure people really realized the extent of what she was doing,” said Tracy Reese, whose custom-made pink and gold silk dress, worn by Mrs. Obama for her speech at the 2012 Democratic convention, became her best-selling dress when remade for sale, and whose black dress with big red poppies, worn by the first lady for the 50th anniversary of the 1963 march on Washington, is now on display at the National Museum of African-American History and Culture. “It was really about us all.”
Especially because Mrs. Obama not only wore their clothes, she also took their business seriously, framing fashion as a credible, covetable job choice during her education initiatives. She put fashion on a par with the movies by hosting a Fashion Education workshop at the White House, just as she had held a Careers in Film Symposium. She invited students to witness Jason Wu donating his first inaugural gown to the Smithsonian, and designers were occasionally included on the guest list for state dinners alongside officials, artists and executives — though no designer ever attended twice.
“She came in at a time when the economy was particularly tough and really shone a light on fashion in the broadest sense,” said Narciso Rodriguez, whose dress she wore on the night in 2008 that ushered in the Obama era, and recently at the National School Counselor of the Year event when she gave her last speech as first lady. If you think that was an accident, there’s a bridge I can sell you — just as the fact she wore Jason Wu to her husband’s farewell address in Chicago, a designer she also wore at both inaugural balls, was no coincidence. It was closure.
Mrs. Obama’s dress choices were often labeled “sartorial diplomacy” and “democratic,” and they were that; she made something of an art out of pairing designers with countries during state dinners or trips, wearing, for example, Mr. Khan, an Indian-American designer, to the India state dinner, and Mr. Ford, an American designer then based in London, when she dined with Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace. Especially in her husband’s second term, Mrs. Obama used her leverage and visibility not only to raise the profile of a host of local designers (the biggest struggle for a young designer, Mr. Wu said, is attention; she solved that), but also as argument against isolationism and in support of allies across the world. It was not happenstance that she wore a Gucci gown to the Kennedy Center Honors the same day Italy went to the polls to vote on a referendum widely viewed as a verdict on Matteo Renzi, the country’s now former reformist prime minister.
But above all, her wardrobe was representative of the country her husband wanted to lead.
It was about the melting pot and the establishment; the 1 percent and the accessible. There was something in her closet for everyone, yet she was beholden to no designer — free of any specific allegiance to, or association with, a brand. She worked at a remove, through her aide Meredith Koop, and no designers contacted for this article said they knew when the clothes she bought would be worn (if they were for personal use she did buy them, though often at a discount; if they were for state occasions, they were donated by the designer and archived, either at the National Archives or a museum). They were not told in advance, and they found out at the same time everyone else did. It was a business relationship, not a personal one.
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Will it continue? To a certain extent both Samantha Cameron, the wife of the former British prime minister David Cameron, and the Duchess of Cambridge have taken a page from Mrs. Obama’s wardrobe book, swinging from high to low, working with a variety of London Fashion Week designers, and Sophie Grégoire Trudeau has done so in Canada. But according to Professor Yermack, who looked into the market response to both the Duchess of Cambridge and Carla Bruni Sarkozy, when she was first lady of France, “they had nowhere near the same effect.”
It may be because the point of what Mrs. Obama wore was never simply that it was good to mix up your wardrobe among a group of designers, but rather that clothes were most resonant when they were an expression of commitment to an idea, or an ideal, that had resonance. And maybe it shouldn’t really matter if anyone else in her position adopts the same approach. Each administration writes its own catechism, after all. Whether we follow is up to us.
|by Anonymous||reply 221||10/14/2018|
R219 the deplorables don't want to know the truth. They want her to be an architect turned super model, they don't care that she's a low rent model/ high end hooker. A lot of non deplorables have bought into the poor beleaguered First Lady idea. So they don't push for the truth. Outing her as a hooker could come off as sexist. That's how they get away with the scam.
|by Anonymous||reply 222||10/14/2018|
[quote][R219] the deplorables don't want to know the truth. They want her to be an architect turned super model, they don't care that she's a low rent model/ high end hooker.
Because the primary motivation is to beat the Obamas at and in everything! Is the basis for this racism? For many, yes. But. for many others it's this sports mentality attitude of "It's us versus them"
I posted the LONG NYT's article because I thought it was important that people understand the motivation and thinking behind the Obama White House. Also, the NYT has a fire wall now and many people wouldn't be able to access the article.
But, take a moment to remember all of the criticisms that the Obamas received. The right-wing were waiting like jackals to pounce upon them--especially Michelle's clothing choices. Remember the outrage over her $600 jacket (in the link)? However, the gal in the White House now wears a Dolce & Gabbana jacket that is $51K and you barely heard a peep.
|by Anonymous||reply 223||10/14/2018|
I really miss the Obama White House. Not enough has been written or is known about how inclusive and open the Obamas purposely wanted the White House to be. They proactively and aggressively reached out to the average and ordinary citizen to come and experience the White House--"The people's house"
I miss reading about the State Dinner For Children; the LGBT(A-Z) reception and dinner; and many, many, other events that included an average schmoe like me.
And, Mrs. Obama's clothing choices and the designers she used only amplified that attitude. As the DESIGNERS in the article noted;
“it was the privilege of my career.”
|by Anonymous||reply 224||10/14/2018|
R212 Yes, is wig. I put wig on head. Watching back so much is hard to put wig on head straight all times.
|by Anonymous||reply 225||10/14/2018|
Melania always looks elegant
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Melania Trump wears $51K Dolce & Gabbana jacket in Sicily
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Melania looks like she wears a Kim Zolciac wig.
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Not sure if Melanie wears a wig or not, either way it's gorgeous. Michelle's wigs on the other hand looked ratty and cheap.
|by Anonymous||reply 234||10/14/2018|
The thing about Michelle Obama is that she always looks to be enjoying herself, and what she is wearing seems (to me) to express that joy as well. As noted above by several posters, Michelle used her position as FLOTUS to give opportunities to many young designers. And she always exuded confidence, seeming not to give a rats' ass whether or not other people liked her fashion choices.
Melania, on the other hand, has a better figure than Michelle, but projects little confidence. And with good reason. Everything about her is dubious - her 'modeling' career, her citizenship, her marriage, and her husband's fraudulent presidency. One thing I find odd is that Melania often seems to favor low hemlines and bias cut skirts, which do not show off her figure so much as swath her in fabric. Her look is a throwback to the 50s, and I believe she is deliberately encouraged to dress this way to evoke nostalgia for what the deplorables consider the 'good old days.'
|by Anonymous||reply 235||10/14/2018|
[quote]Not sure if Melanie wears a wig or not, either way it's gorgeous. Michelle's wigs on the other hand looked ratty and cheap.
And, you're just looking for friends in order to keep this thread going. The fact is that the girl does nothing. Now, that's her right. She wouldn't be the FLOTUS that wasn't active. But, the problem is that it is a bad reflection upon Trump. Or, she is not bringing any value to Trump--and he needs it. STOP trying to make her into something that she is not.
This was a Nancy Reagan problem too. Therefore they created the "Just Say No" campaign for her. With this girl, they're still trying to find something that sticks and build some traction. It's definitely not her "Be Best" mess or her opioid campaign.
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Well Melania looks nice R236. Nicer than Michelle.
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Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, R237. I'm personally much more attracted to those who are confident and substantive in their lives rather than a Stepford wife.
|by Anonymous||reply 238||10/14/2018|
Michelle had to be as above reproach as possible, just as her husband had to be as well.
The current White House denizens are polar opposites of the Obamas: déclassé scum. That is some white privilege in action.
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The Trumps are white trash through and through. Eastern Europeans are also trash and tend to be rightwing racists.
|by Anonymous||reply 240||10/14/2018|
[quote]Melania Trump: 'I'm the most bullied person on the world'
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Melania never/rarely smiles and waves in her gowns. She doesn't exude happiness or radiate any type of energy. She looks dead behind the eyes and that's why she can't excite anyone even though she may look good on the exterior.
One thing I love about the Obamas is how bright and genuine their smiles are. The best pictures of the Obamas are when they are smiling/laughing together.
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Well said, r242...
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That’s a lovely photo. Makes me incredibly nostalgic....
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[quote]The best pictures of the Obamas are when they are smiling/laughing together.
Or, the genuine love that they have for each other.
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Interesting. I would not consider them the same dress.
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R246, great dress, because we have not seen enough of Melania’s vagina yet.
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Melania is comfortable in a thong and stilettos and nothing more.
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[quote]Melania is comfortable in a thong and stilettos and nothing more. —Our First Hooker Lady
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Melania does not have a good body for high fashion. Those 36DDD tits are not made for haute couture, which is one reason why everything she wears looks cheap.
|by Anonymous||reply 255||10/18/2018|
Yes, R255. With many of her outfits it's like; "Her lie my breasts".
|by Anonymous||reply 256||10/18/2018|
Michelle has had some tragic outfits too, such as in the OP's photo
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[quote]Michelle has had some tragic outfits too, such as in the OP's photo
Okay... You didn't like it. That dress sold out within 24 hours. It's all about the numbers and the bottom line.
Michelle Obama’s Tracy Reese Dress Sells Out in Less then 24 hours…
|by Anonymous||reply 258||10/18/2018|
Some people don’t seem to understand that it’s not all about looking “good” as FLOTUS, it’s also about dressing appropriately for official occasions.
Melania doesn’t know how to dress appropriately and some of her fashion statements have been offensive. She has never been a fashion model, but she seems to think that every event she attends is some sort of imaginary Vogue photo shoot.
And 110 mm heels will never be appropriate when you visit any place after a natural disaster.
|by Anonymous||reply 259||10/18/2018|
But, what gets me is how she, and the rest of the unwashed, are so upset because she is not receiving coverage and respect. Are they serious? This is the Palin effect all over again. It doesn't matter if she is smart or not. It doesn't matter if she has any good ideas or not. BUT, is she pretty?
I mean, c'mon.... She's a "trophy" wife. Accept it and move on.
|by Anonymous||reply 260||10/18/2018|
R14.. Most of the time, when she modeled... she had her clothes off.
|by Anonymous||reply 261||10/18/2018|
"Don't think that you're all that, you bitch. You're nothing but a contract player."
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R260, that picture is so heavily retouched that it resembles an oil painting.
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"I can destroy you and him"
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I don't find her pretty. Yes.. she has a look.. tall, shapely.. the long hair, made up.. the formula for trophy wives. She has a hard face, though... not that attractive to me.
|by Anonymous||reply 265||10/18/2018|
“Former successful fashion model.”
|by Anonymous||reply 266||10/18/2018|
Before the plastic surgeries.
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Easy to sell out when they made three of them R258
|by Anonymous||reply 268||10/18/2018|
The tawdry and sad story of Melania is that in fact she tried to be a model for years, particularly in Paris, and she failed. She may consider herself a model out of delusion, shame and pride. I know people in fashion in fashion who report she was around and trying trying trying any not getting bookings or agency rep. She switched to NY and also failed. She didn't give up after she met Trump. But he couldn't make it happen for her, nor could he make it happened for Ivanka. Also, she and he both have horrible taste. She settled for the faux billionaire (he personally was always rich enough, though bankrupted many versions of his companies) and did what HE wanted - the sleazy mens magazine. I dont think she EVER expected to be under the microscope like this when she made her compromises with the Orange turd.
|by Anonymous||reply 269||10/18/2018|
R267 she looks worse than he does in that picture.
|by Anonymous||reply 270||10/18/2018|
Coochie, coochie, coochie!
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|by Anonymous||reply 272||10/19/2018|
Who wore it best? Miss Ross or ^^^^
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R258 The US is filled with tacky bitches wearing ugly clothes. This sell out does not make the dress nice.
|by Anonymous||reply 274||10/19/2018|
[quote]This sell out does not make the dress nice.
Darling, fashion isn't meant to be "nice". It's meant to sell and be sold.
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Her poor feet....
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Wow R267. She had her face reconstructed. You know how Patrick Swayze had a brother who resembled him in a off kilter kinda way. You knew they were related, but one looked like he was missing a chromosome. I never would have guessed that was Melania . I would have thought it was her unfortunate sister.
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|by Anonymous||reply 280||10/19/2018|
Melania was a “model” the same way that Heather Mills McCartney was a model.
|by Anonymous||reply 281||10/19/2018|
Melania is gorgeous. There, I said it.
|by Anonymous||reply 282||10/19/2018|
Michelle Obama's massive impact on fashion (VERY GOOD article that is worth reading!)
The program, hosted by the State Department and Elle magazine, included a panel discussion that featured designer Derek Lam. When the conversation came around to first lady Michelle Obama - because how could it not? - Lam dropped his head in a mournful manner and lamented: Her departure from the East Wing signaled the end of a singular era for American fashion.
During her tenure, Obama energized designers, editors and stylists with her fashion-forward wardrobe choices. She made industry insiders stand taller both at home and abroad. She's been an exemplar of modern, fit and confident middle age. She instilled pride and kinship among countless black women.
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|by Anonymous||reply 284||10/19/2018|
[quote]Melania is gorgeous. There, I said it.
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Melania was not a top model. She was an escort.
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What is the difference between a prostitute and an escort?
|by Anonymous||reply 287||10/20/2018|
R287, escorts don’t walk the streets.
|by Anonymous||reply 288||10/20/2018|
She’s a lizard lady. The First Lizard.
|by Anonymous||reply 289||10/20/2018|
Melania Trump's Politics Make It Impossible for Me to Like Her Style
I was 13 years old when my mother dragged me to the Metropolitan Museum of Art to see the "Jacqueline Kennedy: The White House Years — Selections from the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum" exhibit. My mom, who makes dresses herself, has always had a keen love for fashion design and looked to Jackie O. as a style icon. My mother just loved the elegance, sophistication, and grace Onassis (then Kennedy) brought to the Office of the First Lady.
When Michelle Obama arrived in the White House in her accessible J.Crew separates and threads from young, American designers, it felt as if I'd found my generation's Jackie. For eight years I gushed over MObama's now-iconic looks, from her simple but chic sweaters to the slew of grand gowns she used to wear for state dinners.
Now, we've got a new First Lady in the White House. And while I will admit she is well-dressed, I sadly cannot and will not relish in her style choices.
Full disclosure: I am no fan of Donald Trump. He isn't so much of a fan of people who look like me anyway. Everything about him and several members of his family (save for Barron, who can't help whom he's related to) makes my skin crawl. They've proved themselves complicit as this spoiled carrot of a man rips into the fabric of our democracy, encouraging law enforcement to abuse their targets at their leisure, seeking to ban brave trans people who happily serve our country from the military, and ripping families apart while using his office to enrich his own.
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They're both beautiful women and they both looked fantastic. If you saw either walking down the street, put together they they both are in these photos, you'd think "what a fantastic looking woman with a smart sense of style."
|by Anonymous||reply 296||10/20/2018|
R296 "...[look] fantastic..."
|by Anonymous||reply 297||10/20/2018|
R296 Another correction! "...put together [as they both are]..."
|by Anonymous||reply 298||10/20/2018|
The easy answer is that Michelle has a bit of elegance left in an era when there is no use or appreciation for elegance, and Melania can’t spell elegance. Plus she’s a big old slut with big water balloons staplers to her chest. Nobody with fake jugs has any elegance. Period. Ever.
Also, Michelle was never a hooker, and Melanoma still is.
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Honey, women are all whores. So what if she was a hooker?
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|by Anonymous||reply 301||10/22/2018|
Melanie looks like a lizard lady. She’s had too much work done on her face at an age when she should only be starting to get work done.
|by Anonymous||reply 302||10/22/2018|
Melania is beautiful
|by Anonymous||reply 303||10/22/2018|
Melania is gorgeous.
|by Anonymous||reply 304||10/23/2018|
This girl and her staff can't stay out of their own way;
andy lassner Verified account @andylassner
I’m way more afraid of another Melania getting in to this country than I am of any caravan of human beings seeking asylum. 8:41 AM - 22 Oct 2018
Stephanie Grisham Verified account @StephGrisham45
Hi @andylassner @flotus is hosting children at the White House today to talk to them about kindness ... should I save you a seat? 5:55 AM - 23 Oct 2018
andy lassner Verified account @andylassner
Yes!! Will she be talking about how she pushed her husband’s theory that our first black president was born in Kenya? What about her “I don’t care, do you jacket” worn while babies were being ripped away from parents at the border? What time should I arrive? Is it dressy? 6:33 AM - 23 Oct 2018
Stephanie Grisham Verified account @StephGrisham45
You may want to check your facts before you get here, I’m happy to brief you upon arrival.
andy lassner Verified account @andylassner
Says the woman who uses Breitbart as her main news source.
andy lassner Verified account @andylassner
Oh. And here are some facts. I’ll trust mine, but thanks. Also, is my name at the gate? Will you be greeting me? Are there vegetarian options? #BeBest
|by Anonymous||reply 305||10/23/2018|
Who Wore It Better? Melania Trump or Carmen Sandiego?
|by Anonymous||reply 306||10/23/2018|
Peasant Girl Day!
|by Anonymous||reply 307||10/23/2018|
Melania’s midsection is too fat and she’s never had a waist.
|by Anonymous||reply 308||10/23/2018|
Very cute. The slouch next to her helps give the ensemble a pop!
|by Anonymous||reply 309||10/23/2018|
OH!!! Very lovely!
|by Anonymous||reply 310||10/23/2018|
Like a virgin.
|by Anonymous||reply 311||10/23/2018|
Simple. Michelle dresses priciely, but like a moderately well put together public figure, Melania puts her public figure into dresses like other moderately pricey call girls’.
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|by Anonymous||reply 314||10/25/2018|
[quote]Remember the outrage over her $600 jacket (in the link)? However, the gal in the White House now wears a Dolce & Gabbana jacket that is $51K and you barely heard a peep.
It was a bit more;
[quote]Controversial: Though the J Mendel jacket worn for a pre-Opening Ceremony Buckingham Palace reception won critical acclaim from the style set, political commentators are furious that the garment that cost $6,800
|by Anonymous||reply 315||10/25/2018|
Do not care for Michelle’s style
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|by Anonymous||reply 317||10/25/2018|
Is that garment in [R316] leather? You can see the outline of her her nipples through it. And if it isn't leather than why is a miolionaire's arm candy wearing naugahyde?
While I don't think she looks like a great beauty prior to the facial surgery but she looks like a genuine human woman in her early photos. At some point she started having a constant dour expression and if she were just some random rich man's trophy wife I would feel sorry for her.
BTW how come Donny couldn't buy her a better boob job? Some women get implants that look like the real thing. He's notoriously cheap, so maybe he got these for her by clipping coupons or by using a tenant who owed him back rent. That's my guess.
|by Anonymous||reply 318||10/27/2018|
Michelle didn't always get it right.
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She's a whore darling.
|by Anonymous||reply 320||10/27/2018|
I always thought Michelle looked ridiculous due to her completely out of proportion hips, ass and legs. She wore giant belts cinched under her boobs, and skirts that always looked too tight, too small. She occasionally wore textured fabrics that made her look like a child. All in all, rarely pulled off memorable fashion moments.
I can understand resenting Melania's choice in husbands, but she looks a hell of a lot better in clothes than Michelle did/does.
|by Anonymous||reply 321||10/27/2018|
You uys realize, right, tht these comments are utterly biased? The looks you describe as lovely, if on Melania would draw moos and guffaws. Michelle is way too broad in the beam to EVER be able to wear clothes well. It is an obvious point.
Why even have threads like this when it is just an outlet for political vitriol?
|by Anonymous||reply 322||10/27/2018|
not a good body to fdress.
|by Anonymous||reply 323||10/27/2018|
[quote] This thread doesn't read like witty light editorial of FLOTUS fashions. It reads like a low IQ Stan of Michelle with OCD.
We're sorry we're not up to your high standards.
We post simply to please you.
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|by Anonymous||reply 326||10/27/2018|
I hate the first prostitute Melania, but I didn't think that Michele Obama was a style icon. I thought the way she always wore sleeveless dresses was kind of vulgar.
|by Anonymous||reply 327||10/27/2018|
[quote]I hate the first prostitute Melania, but I didn't think that Michele Obama was a style icon. I thought the way she always wore sleeveless dresses was kind of vulgar.
But, that's not the issue. Like it or not, Michelle opened the door, (or reopened that door), that allowed women to feel much more comfortable wearing sleeveless garments. Therefore she set a trend and became an icon.
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"See the pyramids along the Nile...."
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[quote]What I like and liked about Michelle is that she knows the power of her position and platform. MANY young and unknown minority fashion designers lives were literally changed because of her recognition.
I agree. Although Isabel Toledo was not a young designer, I always loved her designs and I was happy to see Michelle Obama showcase Toledo's fashions.
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[quote]What I like and liked about Michelle is that she knows the power of her position and platform.
She sure did! I loved her bringing attention to the importance of fitness & exercise
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|by Anonymous||reply 337||10/27/2018|
[quote]With many of her outfits it's like, "Here lie my breasts."
You say that like it's a bad thing.
|by Anonymous||reply 338||10/27/2018|
One of Michelle's fails.
|by Anonymous||reply 339||10/27/2018|
Yet here, she looks great.
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|by Anonymous||reply 341||10/28/2018|
I like Melania. There, I said it!
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|by Anonymous||reply 343||10/28/2018|
I often found with Michelle Obama the success of an outfit was great affected by what she did with her hair. Michelle has a face with sharp lines and angles and yet it is very broad... one hairstyle can soften it and she absolutely glows, another style can emphasis it and she looks like the Grinch Who Stole Christmas.
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R321 nailed it
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Is she pregnant?
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|by Anonymous||reply 349||11/02/2018|
Melania thinks that if something has a price tag on it of $20,000 it must be classy. Michelle can mix her items up with designer pieces and J Crew and it works. A lot of it comes from within. They have a self image. They chose their clothes to fit their self image whatever the occasion. Michelle knows who SHE is. Melania sees herself in terms of how others see her. She dresses for dramatic effect. Michelle has better judgement of the appropriateness. It's like, on her first trip to Europe for some Conference with other heads of state and their wives, Melania over dressed. She wore some fabulous coat of many colors that I loved, but it was ridiculously expensive couture and it was out of place. The wives of the other leaders were not multi millionaires or billionaires.
|by Anonymous||reply 350||11/02/2018|
Neither could get it right. Black chick or eastern bloc individuals do not a Parisian make. Both low on totem.
|by Anonymous||reply 351||11/02/2018|
Neither of these bitches has the style and elegance of Mama June.
|by Anonymous||reply 352||11/07/2018|
Top model? No, she was a nude model.
|by Anonymous||reply 353||11/07/2018|
Melania is not my favorite person, but I admit she has a good figure and stays in shape. Not too fat, not too skinny. She also walks well in heels. She wears her clothes, not vice-versa.
|by Anonymous||reply 354||11/07/2018|
Melania wears me out with all the giant belts with outsized buckles she wears. It’s gotten old.
|by Anonymous||reply 355||11/07/2018|
"Michelle Obama says she'll never forgive Trump for "putting my family's safety at risk" over birtherism: "...its underlying bigotry and xenophobia [was] hardly concealed. But it was also dangerous, deliberately meant to stir up the wingnuts and kooks."
|by Anonymous||reply 356||11/09/2018|
It's all about the shoes! If Melania dropped the hooker heels, she'd look less like a hooker. Simple really.
|by Anonymous||reply 357||11/09/2018|
I don't know why someone keeps pitting Michelle against Melania here. I truly admired Michelle, and I do not want to denigrate her for any superficial reasons; but these threads are making it hard to stay mute while some LSA'ers continue to wax rhapsodic over Michelle's beauty and style while making fun of Melania.
Michelle is a woman of substance and a fine role model for girls, but she is anything but a beauty. She made the most of what she had to work with, and most of the time she did a good job. But if you took photos of both into a cloistered enclave in which no one knew of either one of the women, I think we all now who would be seen as the most attractive over all.
Can't we lay off the comparisons for a while?
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OH! Love the boots!
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Love the Burberry bag
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I hate the boots and in the second picture Melania is not wearing a belt which looks sloppy. And that huge bag? Was she returning from the grocery store?
|by Anonymous||reply 362||11/09/2018|
OH! I like it!!!!
Madame Macron's suit.
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Very Jackie O.
|by Anonymous||reply 367||11/11/2018|
Is that a penis in Melania’s pants at R366?
|by Anonymous||reply 368||11/11/2018|
It's like comparing apples to orange turd wives.
|by Anonymous||reply 369||11/11/2018|
I think Melania's getting a tad...chunky.
|by Anonymous||reply 370||11/12/2018|
Watched Michelle Obama with Robin Roberts on 20/20 last night. Wow. I cannot wait to read her book. I know I'm not the audience for it, but I want to support her. There is no way you can put Melania Trump next to Michelle and compare them. It's not comparing Apples and shit. It's like comparing an intelligent Human being to a mound of garbage.
|by Anonymous||reply 371||11/12/2018|
Why hasn't Melania Trump appeared on a magazine cover?
Actor James Woods tweeted, “If the Trumps were Democrats, Melania would be on every cover of every chic women’s magazine in the world every month."
|by Anonymous||reply 372||11/13/2018|
Yasss, honey! Love them shoes!
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A feature in "Town & Country" and no one would even take credit for this mess.
"July 12, 2018
Melania Trump wore a flowing yellow gown while heading to a black tie dinner at Blenheim Palace in London.
|by Anonymous||reply 375||11/13/2018|
Who wore it better? This girl?
|by Anonymous||reply 376||11/13/2018|
Or, this girl?
|by Anonymous||reply 377||11/13/2018|
Oh, my! Full effect.
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R381, Melania’s feet are bigger than Donald’s.
|by Anonymous||reply 382||11/13/2018|
Michelle has fake teeth!
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Fans pack Madhouse on Madison to see Michelle Obama, Oprah chat it up
Women turned out en masse, many arriving with the three generations in tow — grandparents, parents and Millennials. Black women, in particular, strutted in dressed to the nines, the way we do when it’s a hot-ticket concert.
|by Anonymous||reply 384||11/13/2018|
Did michelle out her white roommate by name in her book?
White girl warned or not that leaves me with bad taste.
|by Anonymous||reply 385||11/14/2018|
What a WONDERFUL tribute!
A Look Back at Former First Lady Michelle Obama's Impact on America...
|by Anonymous||reply 386||11/15/2018|
And then, you have the jealous bitches....
"Michelle Obama’s money-making hypocrisy is laughable"
|by Anonymous||reply 387||11/15/2018|
No she was NOT a top model! She only modeled a few times, in hooker poses, because trump paid someone to take pics of her. She's a classless tramp and always will be. Nothing more.
|by Anonymous||reply 388||11/15/2018|
I would not call her classless
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Lady of the House
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I like Melania's dress better. Michelle's looks like something a twentysomething wears to a company picnic.
|by Anonymous||reply 393||11/17/2018|
My #BeBetter staff is writing my Flotus book as we speak.
Chapters identical to Michelle's book are entirely coincidental.
|by Anonymous||reply 394||11/17/2018|
Melania has definitely gained weight. I think her problem is that she doesn’t appear to exercise at all. She’s got a big tummy and seeks flabby in areas. Michelle is very much in shape—she appears toned and muscular, and even in areas where she might carry extra fat, she still looks toned.
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Melanie is not in Hope Hicks league
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[quote] d several members of his family (save for Barron, who can't help whom he's related to) makes my skin crawl
He’s already picking up his dad’s respect for women
|by Anonymous||reply 398||11/17/2018|
Melania looked stunning in the royal blue dress
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There is no way in hell that Michelle's teeth are fake. The least attractive feature of her face is her bull dog mouth with the huge teeth,
I have always thought that with a Korean plastic surgery jaw redo Michelle could be gorgeous. But then again, looking gorgeous is not important to her. It's rather charming that she keeps such an unflattering facial feature and just makes the best of it by showcasing her better features.
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Trump To Skip Kennedy Center Honors Again, Becoming First President To Decline Twice
The president and first lady Melania Trump won’t be attending the gala because of “scheduling conflicts,” a White House spokeswoman said.
BTW:This year’s honorees are singer-actress Cher, composer Philip Glass, country music star Reba McEntire and jazz legend Wayne Shorter. “Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda and his co-collaborators will also be receiving a special award for their “unprecedented work.”
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OH! She DOES speak French....
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[quote]How Can Michelle Get It Right?
This is just one of the many reasons;
Michelle Obama Tried to Escape the White House to Celebrate the Legalization of Gay Marriage Former First Lady Michelle Obama shared with Ellen how she and daughter Malia attempted to escape the White House the night the U.S. Supreme Court legalized gay marriage in 2015, so they could celebrate in the street with other citizens.
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Such a beautiful story.
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They don't talk...
|by Anonymous||reply 405||11/18/2018|
I loathe Melania but setting that aside I do think she looks good most of the time. Stunning in the blue dress at the inauguration.
|by Anonymous||reply 406||11/18/2018|
R402, just because you can say “bonjour”, “je m’appelle Melania”, and “et toi”, doesn’t mean you can speak French.
It simply means that she picked up a few phrases which made it easier to communicate with her clients. Melania did not communicate in French with the children and switched back to speaking slovenglish right away.
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[quote]I don't know what it is....
Once a hooker, always a hooker.
There's your answer!
|by Anonymous||reply 410||11/19/2018|
Even the massive plastic surgery hasn't helped Melania. She's so dumb, dull and totally uninteresting.
How many years has she been in the US? Yet she still has that annoying heavy grating accent. She's had all the time in the world to pay someone to help her get rid of it, there's no excuse.
Plastic surgery seems to run in the family. Woof, Ivanka was a real troll. Facial work (obvious chin implant), new teeth, dyed blond hair and her fake tits are too big for her thin frame.
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She sure has (wears) A LOT of coats!
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R413, very manly hands and nails. And Melania also has huge feet.
|by Anonymous||reply 414||11/21/2018|
Melania Trump kept warm in a $9,400 Dior coat while attending the National Thanksgiving Turkey pardoning at the White House on Tuesday.
The statement piece from the fashion house's Pre-Fall 2018/Winter 2019 collection features a red, black, and white geometric pattern.
The 48-year-old first lady wore the coat over a black top and pants, topping off her pricey designer look with a pair of over-the-knee Christian Louboutin boots.
Well... that was an excellent scam DIOR pulled!
|by Anonymous||reply 415||11/21/2018|
Now, I "get" it. Michelle wears her clothes as if they were indeed hers and she has had the pieces for quite some time. Trump's gal wears clothes as if she has been hired by the designers to display them. She has no sense of style. She is told what to wear and then wears it.
And, NOW somebody really needs to be asking about how these clothes are being paid for! First Ladies buy their own clothes however, they do have an arrangement that if something is gifted to them then it goes into the archives. I don't think that DIOR is gifting their brand new $10K coat... I betcha she's borrowing the clothes, (because Trump ain't paying that type of money), and that would be illegal. Anyone else remember Nancy Reagan and all of the trouble she got into when she "borrowed" clothes?
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REDRUM! REDRUM! REDRUM!!!!
|by Anonymous||reply 417||11/26/2018|
Those red Christmas trees are horrid.
|by Anonymous||reply 418||11/26/2018|
Everything about the Obama brand is meant to be "accessible." Every thing about the Trump brand is about glamour and opulence. It's as if they come from a by gone era. The Obamas are current, they are attuned to the world of today. The Trumps are bloated leftovers from the 50's Eurotrash lifestyle. Sometimes when I watch Melania robotically stand next to Trump at Mar A Lago, I have to wonder if she finds all the posing with the geriatrics crowd tedious. R416 is spot on in their first paragraph.
|by Anonymous||reply 419||11/26/2018|
Sorry but Michelle has never been ‘stunning’
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First Ladies of the world, and several queens and princesses as well, are wearing entirely too many clothes. They aren't movie stars.
|by Anonymous||reply 421||11/26/2018|
Hard to get this wrong...
|by Anonymous||reply 422||11/28/2018|
Melania has the cis-gender advantage over Michelle. Look at Michelle's back in R32's photo. That is the broad. muscular back of a born male who was a college athlete before xe transitioned.
|by Anonymous||reply 423||11/28/2018|
Oh! I love her pumps!
|by Anonymous||reply 424||11/29/2018|
Not having your bullshit tonight, R423. I suggested you actually look at real adult women.
This bullshit the anti trans morons have about how a woman is "supposed to" look is beyond insulting.
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Michelle Obama Verified account @MichelleObama
As a public servant, father, and grandfather, President George H.W. Bush was an extraordinary example for us all. His spirit of service and decency will be missed by many, including our family. I hope his memory will be a guiding light for our country and those around the world.
|by Anonymous||reply 427||12/01/2018|
Melania shows herself best when she's photographed doing either reverse cowgirl or doggy style.
|by Anonymous||reply 428||12/01/2018|
Michelle, while not a true beauty, has class and inherent style, which adds to her attractiveness. Post surgery Melania is technically better looking, but lacks the charisma to carry it off, which makes her look like a soulless doll.
|by Anonymous||reply 429||12/01/2018|
[quote]Michelle, while not a true beauty, has class and inherent style, which adds to her attractiveness.
Yep. I just love how she is inspiring so many young people.
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Ivanka and Jared are treated like royalty at a glamorous G20 event at Buenos Aires opera house
It was President Trump who invited his daughter and son-in-law to join him and his wife at the official meet-and-greet with Argentina President Mauricio Macri and his wife Juliana Awada.
Standing 5’11”, it’s safe to say Ivanka always turns heads. However, in Argentina on Friday night, the First Daughter was even more visible, thanks to her impeccable choice for an eveningwear ensemble.
Ivanka stole the show (and that was not easy thanks to the always stylish Melania and Argentinian First Lady Juliana Awada, who’s impossibly chic in her own right) in this white, off-the-shoulder silk and wool blend blazer by Gabriela Hearst. Ivanka’s wearing the Dorothea blazer and coordinating matching pants, the Chapman trouser. This is an interesting choice for Ivanka as this capsule collection is meant to be a modern bridal choice.
|by Anonymous||reply 432||12/01/2018|
Melania is short- waisted, has very oversized breasts for her build, and is a mature woman in a very public. elite governmental position. Belts are not her friend; they usually just exaggerate her figure flaws.
Whatever fashion sense she has is very outdated, and certainly does not suit her figure or station. She is in desperate need of a stylist, needs to update the really unattractive hairstyle and ditch the stage makeup. And the hooker heels, even if they are her "favorite style", need to be donated.
Too bad she hasn't gotten the hint that spending thousands of dollars on ill- suited or extravagant designer fashions and relying on her own non-existant flair will never endear her to the American public or make her a reasonable representative as FLOTUS.
|by Anonymous||reply 433||12/01/2018|
Work it, girl!
It’s important to me to join the Bush family in celebrating President George H.W. Bush’s exemplary life. This will unfortunately preclude my visits to Paris and Berlin. I’ve been deeply touched by the enthusiasm for my memoir, and I’m working to reschedule my trip for next year.
I hope readers and ticket holders will understand my decision regarding my desire to attend President Bush’s funeral, and join me in paying tribute to him and his tremendous contributions to our world.
|by Anonymous||reply 434||12/02/2018|
[quote]I actually think Melania can sometimes look stunning, but 99% of the time she always looks stiff and overdressed. Michelle Obama genuinely had flair but she wore her clothes more easily--as Liza would say, SHE wore THEM; they didn't wear her.
|by Anonymous||reply 435||12/02/2018|
What's her fetish with overcoats?
|by Anonymous||reply 436||12/03/2018|
Maybe, this is the problem;
Michelle Obama: Melania Trump never reached out to me for advice
Michelle Obama said first lady Melania Trump has never reached out to her for advice, even after Obama extended an invitation as her predecessor Laura Bush did. Obama told ABC News in an interview that aired Sunday that Trump has not asked for any help since the Obamas left the White House in January 2017. “No, she hasn’t,” Obama said when asked if Trump reached out to her at all.
The White House reply;
Kate Bennett ✔ @KateBennett_DC . @StephGrisham45’s response to CNN, re @MichelleObama’s comments: Mrs. Trump is a strong and independent woman who has been navigating her role as First Lady in her own way. When she needs advice on any issue, she seeks it from her professional team within the White House."
On Tuesday, the former first lady, 72, took members of her family, including new son-in-law Craig Coyne, on a tour of the White House, where she and husband George W. Bush lived during his two terms in office from 2001 to 2009. The visit took place after Melania Trump extended an invitation to the Bush family to see this year’s “American Treasures”-themed holiday decorations.
The meeting of past and present presidential couples came hours after Trump announced on Twitter that they would gather at the official guest residence. “Looking forward to being with the wonderful Bush family at Blair House today. The former First Lady will be coming over to the White House this morning to be given a tour of the Christmas decorations by Melania. The elegance & precision of the last two days have been remarkable!” the 45th president wrote early Tuesday morning.
BUT, REALLY AND!
Mrs. Bush and Mrs. Trump’s friendship was first formed after the January 2017 inauguration. “I’ve talked to Melania. I’ve been back and had tea with her,” the mother of two told CNN in November 2017, adding that Melania has “done a lovely job” as first lady and that she is a “wonderful representative for the United States.”
|by Anonymous||reply 437||12/05/2018|
Michelle Obama's memoir "Becoming" has become the best selling book of the year in the United States, surpassing Michael Wolff's "Fire and Fury" and others. Sales for Michelle Obama memoir top 2 million copies
Michelle Obama's "Becoming" is selling at a pace rarely seen for a political memoir, or any nonfiction book.
Combined hardcover, e-book and audio sales in the U.S. and Canada topped 2 million copies in the first 15 days, Crown Publishing announced Friday. By comparison, former first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton's memoir "Living History" needed a month to sell 1 million copies. Former President George W. Bush's "Decision Points" took several weeks to reach 2 million. Former President Bill Clinton's "My Life" quickly sold 1 million copies but took far longer to hit 2 million.
"Becoming," which came out Nov. 13, now has 3.4 million hardcover copies in print. The former first lady is in the midst of a promotional tour, with guests including Oprah Winfrey and Reese Witherspoon.
|by Anonymous||reply 438||12/05/2018|
Melania Trump’s Cocktail Dress for Hanukkah Sold Out and Looks So Chic With Her Favorite Sky-High Heels
So Kate, so Melania Trump. The U.S. first lady made a stunning appearance last night at a Hanukkah reception in the East Room of the White House wearing her beloved footwear silhouette from Christian Louboutin teamed with an off-the-shoulder dress.
The former model had on a slick pair of the Parisian luxury label’s So Kate pumps done in black patent leather. Melania looked nearly vertical while hosting the reception in the shoes, which feature a low-cut vamp and topline and pointy profile on a 4.7-inch stiletto heel.
Scanlan Theodore’s black off-the-shoulder cocktail dress has sold out.
|by Anonymous||reply 439||12/08/2018|
OH! Look at those shoes!!!!
|by Anonymous||reply 440||12/08/2018|
MAJOR--well, sort of...
Donald J. Trump Verified account @realDonaldTrump
.@FLOTUS Melania will be interviewed by @SeanHannity tonight on @FoxNews at 9:00pmE!
Things must be bad if your letting her out of the crypt!
|by Anonymous||reply 441||12/12/2018|
[quote].@FLOTUS Melania will be interviewed by @SeanHannity tonight on @FoxNews at 9:00pmE!
HILARIOUS tweet replies;
-Thanks for the warning
-Thanks for the warning. Wouldn’t have watched anyway.
-I watch @maddow at 9pm.
-Will she be announcing your Resignation? Or possibly be looking for a new husband?
-We don't get FOX news in our house. We are a propaganda free zone.
-It will probably be a riveting interview. One person who can barely speak English and the other is Melania.
-I'll watch if @stormydaniels is allowed to join her....
-Will Hannity ask her how much she gets paid per hour?
-Can she ask him why he was deleting tweets today, like the ones saying that Michael Cohen was his attorney? We’d really like the answer to that one.
-Will she be publicly announcing her divorce.
-Is she doing PBS Newshour tomorrow?
-She’s been “let out” twice this week 👀
-Blink three times if you need help
-On pole dancing?
-With clothes on?
|by Anonymous||reply 442||12/12/2018|
|by Anonymous||reply 443||12/12/2018|
Melania Trump's poll numbers plummet
Washington (CNN)Melania Trump's favorable rating has fallen by double-digits, according to a new CNN poll. The first lady, whose favorability stood at 54% in October, has slipped to 43% in just two months.
Additionally, 36% of those polled found her unfavorable, a 6-point increase since October. The 11-point drop-off is notable for Trump, who has for most of 2018 maintained positive polling numbers, staying in the high-40s to high-50s. However, unlike the numbers of her husband, who has steadily maintained a favorable rating of about 40%, public opinion of the first lady has varied. Melania Trump's popularity peaked in early May of this year at 57%, following her first official State Dinner in late April, a public coming-out of sorts for the extremely private first lady. It was also on the heels of Trump's solo trip to Houston, Texas, to attend the funeral of former first lady Barbara Bush, where she posed, smiling, for a photograph with living former presidents and first ladies, many of whom have icy relationships with her husband.
A June survey, taken weeks after the announcement of her "Be Best" initiative and her subsequent hospitalization for a kidney procedure, which kept her out of the public eye for almost three weeks, Trump maintained strong favorable ratings at 51%. This most recent poll is still 13 points higher than the first lady's lowest polling numbers, which occurred in January 2017, days prior to her husband's inauguration; at that time, her favorability stood at 36%, her unfavorable at 35% -- 23% had no opinion of her at all.
These new numbers reflect Trump maintains her strongest support from older, white, male Republicans and conservatives, while her biggest detractors are women, mainly younger and those who are college-educated.
While the drop occurs across the board, it is bigger among the President's detractors. She is down 6 points among those who approve of the job her husband is doing as President, yet she's down 11 percentage points among those who disapprove. She has lost five points among Republicans and Republican-leaning independents, but 13 points among Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents.
The biggest decrease for Melania Trump is among liberals and white college-graduates -- down 17 percentage points each.
In recent weeks, Trump has been more visible, often appearing side-by-side with the President at events, as well as accompanying him during travel to Argentina for the G20 Summit. The first lady has also been more vocal about policy issues, making longer, more detailed speeches on the opioid epidemic.
But she was also criticized after an October ABC News interview when she said women who accuse men of sexual misconduct must have "hard evidence." She did say she supports women who say they have experienced sexual abuse.
She also made headlines for claiming: "I could say that I'm the most bullied person in the world." Melania Trump weighed in on immigration during the interview, as well, saying she was "blindsided" by the administration policy separating children from their families at the border.
The poll was conducted for CNN via telephone by SSRS, an independent research company. Interviews were conducted from December 6-9 among a sample of 1,015 respondents.
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|by Anonymous||reply 447||12/14/2018|
Melania Trump Just Can’t Shake Michelle Obama’s Shadow
On the same day the current First Lady visited a children’s hospital in D.C., the former FLOTUS did the same in Colorado.
As the Daily Mail pointed out, Melania Trump also spent Thursday visiting children at the Children’s National Hospital in Washington, D.C. The Mail insisted that Obama “overshadowed” Trump in her hospital visit, in an extremely Mail-like attempt to start some kind of feud between the current and former First Lady. (With Kate and Meghan getting ready to spend Christmas together, you have to work on your new story lines.)
Trump also read to the children on Thursday, but the coverage of her visit was mostly full of quotes from her Fox News interview with Sean Hannity on Wednesday. She said that journalists were “using [her] name or [her] family name to advance themselves,” and that they were “writing history, and it’s not correct.”
|by Anonymous||reply 448||12/14/2018|
Oh! This is very pretty!
|by Anonymous||reply 449||12/16/2018|
A closer look. Beautiful!
|by Anonymous||reply 450||12/16/2018|
|by Anonymous||reply 451||12/16/2018|
r36 that’s one of my favorite First Lady dresses ever. She needed to do something with the hair, but she killed it with that dress.
|by Anonymous||reply 452||12/16/2018|
|by Anonymous||reply 453||12/16/2018|
Melania Trump's spokeswoman speaks out
By Stephanie Grisham (the girl's Chief of Staff)
(CNN)In yet another unnecessary attack on the first lady, CNN contributor Kate Anderson Brower, who purports to be an expert on the customs and norms of first ladies and yet has never met Melania Trump, wrote Thursday that Mrs. Trump "proved that she doesn't understand what it means to be first lady."
This condescending opinion, apparently written in response to a single answer Mrs. Trump gave in a Fox News interview Wednesday, was published just hours after the first lady traveled to Children's National hospital in Washington to read a Christmas story, visit sick children and thank the hardworking hospital staff.
CNN has a dedicated reporter who covers Mrs. Trump. But the media consistently ignores the first lady's work on behalf of the people of this country, and children in particular, in favor of more trivial matters. And my defense, here, of the first lady will certainly draw criticism and be framed as another assault on the press, but this predictable reaction won't make my observations any less true.
This holiday season, Mrs. Trump has made every effort to spread joy and good cheer to citizens across the country. In the past week alone, Mrs. Trump participated in a Toys for Tots toy drive, visited service members and families from three different branches of the military, and flew out to an aircraft carrier for one of the visits, in addition to her time with patients at Children's National hospital.
But rather than focus on these engagements, the good work of the organizations her visits highlighted or the sacrifices of those who serve in the United States military, Brower and other members of the media chose to focus on a soundbite from a 20-minute interview -- and a trivial poll released by CNN. For Brower to claim that Mrs. Trump's interview was "a lost opportunity to put attention on families of struggling Americans she's met in her role as first lady" is to willfully ignore everything she has actually done to help and support children and families across the globe as a commitment to service she has consistently demonstrated over the past two years.
When Brower claims Mrs. Trump has no understanding of what it means to be first lady, she intentionally ignores all the effort the first lady has put into fulfilling the traditional responsibilities of the role. For example, she has hosted a successful state dinner and dozens of holiday events at the White House. She has led restoration and preservation efforts in the residence. She has welcomed numerous foreign heads of state to the White House. And, most recently, she has represented the country at a state funeral.
In fact, in the past two years, Mrs. Trump has visited several hospitals, both at home and abroad, and visited with children in immigration facilities in Texas and Arizona. In the wake of the hurricanes that devastated Texas, Florida, Louisiana and Puerto Rico, she traveled to the affected areas to support recovery efforts -- and she partnered with the Federal Emergency Management Agency to issue a public service announcement.
Mrs. Trump comforted shooting victims in Las Vegas, Parkland and Pittsburgh, and thanked law enforcement personnel and first responders for their heroic efforts during times of national tragedy. She has carried her "Be Best" message -- a message of hope and empowerment -- to children in the United States and around the world. She has emphasized the urgency and severity of our nation's opioid crisis with visits to Lily's Place in West Virginia and multiple newborn intensive care units, where she conducted listening sessions before the cameras to shine a light on successful Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome programs across the country.
|by Anonymous||reply 454||12/17/2018|
As part of the broader effort to reduce addiction, she has spoken to thousands of young people about the dangers of drug abuse. She has met with major technology companies to understand the challenges that each faces in the effort to address unsafe or irresponsible behavior online, and has encouraged children to practice digital civility. Each event in her comprehensive "Be Best" initiative is focused on helping children with the many issues they face today. Yet, somehow, she is still characterized as a "reluctant" first lady.
Of course, absurdity abounds in the media's coverage of our first lady. Reports focus on the trivial and superficial, rather than the deeper issues facing our country that the she has tirelessly worked to address. Last year, when Mrs. Trump traveled to Texas to comfort and support the people affected by hurricanes, the media focused on the pair of heels she wore to board Air Force One.
When she announced "Be Best," her campaign to help children all over the world, the media criticized her for focusing on the importance of safe and responsible behavior online, presumably because they disagree with her husband's use of Twitter. In doing so, the media fumbled a critical opportunity to highlight the many inspiring children, families and programs Mrs. Trump mentioned during her speech. News personalities and outlets use the "Be Best" hashtag to taunt her about her husband, instead of focusing on the underlying message of kindness and compassion the campaign is intended to convey.
The list goes on. When Mrs. Trump invited children from a local Boys and Girls club to help plant vegetables in the White House garden, the media chose to focus on the cost of her shirt and the fact that her shoes were clean. Ironically, this same garden had been the focus of significant media attention when some speculated that it would be destroyed simply because it was an initiative led by the first lady's predecessor, Michelle Obama.
When the first lady traveled to Lynchburg, Virginia, to speak to more than 10,000 college students about the dangers of opioid abuse, the media chose to focus on an off-the-cuff answer that she gave regarding Christmas décor at the White House. The Christmas decorations were mocked last year, and no one is surprised that she is being criticized for them again this year.
When she partnered with the US Agency for International Development and traveled to Africa for a four-country goodwill tour that focused on children's health and education, conservation efforts and social and cultural issues affecting each region, what did the media focus on? Her clothes.
Whenever Mrs. Trump sits down for interviews, she inevitably gets attacked for her honest answers. I could continue with examples, but will inevitably be attacked for having a "woe-is-me attitude" -- it couldn't possibly be that we are defending ourselves. The simple fact is that Mrs. Trump deserves honest reporting and media coverage that focuses on the substance of her message: the importance of helping children grow up to be happy, healthy and socially responsible adults.
The role of first lady brings with it unique opportunities to help people across the country and around the world. This is not lost on Mrs. Trump. She has and will continue to demonstrate her commitment to helping children and advancing the causes she is passionate about. But there is nothing wrong with staying true to herself along the way. In fact, her strength, individuality and integrity should be celebrated.
The media also has the opportunity and responsibility to report fairly, accurately and without bias. They are, in fact, writing the first draft of our nation's history. In many ways, they are failing to measure up to this responsibility. This failure must be addressed.
(Oh! There's more...)
|by Anonymous||reply 455||12/17/2018|
Ms. Brower's piece criticizing Mrs. Trump has this headline: "Melania shows she's a Trump through and through." At least she got that part right. Hopefully, the media will eventually learn to celebrate a woman who, through all the noise, is able to hold steadfast to her mission and stay true to herself. Regardless, Melania Trump is proud to be the first lady of the United States and is proud to represent the American people.
|by Anonymous||reply 456||12/17/2018|
R455 The shoes were trivial I agree. On a later trip, the I REALLY DON'T CARE - was ambiguous distracting trolling on a public mission.
|by Anonymous||reply 457||12/17/2018|
Oh and overall I think FLOTUS is OK as carrying out First Lady duties. Its the grifting on the side that's appalling.
|by Anonymous||reply 458||12/17/2018|
Michelle was a real First Lady. Her husband was honestly elected. She has a solid education and worked as a lawyer.
Melania is a fake first lady whose husband cheated and lied and was likely not legally elected. She supported his birtherism lies and has sold her soul for cash. I despise her and all the trumps. They are grifters and cheats. No matter what she wears she looks ugly to me.
|by Anonymous||reply 459||12/17/2018|
First of all. gross understatement about Michelle having a "solid" education. She has a TOP CLASS education.
Secondly. Melania is a grifter. And there are many kinds of intelligence and I'm not sure she is completely bereft. I also don't think Trump is dumb. He's clever and very damaged. Maybe that could apply to Melania.
|by Anonymous||reply 460||12/17/2018|
I would have liked it better were it a gown.
|by Anonymous||reply 461||12/18/2018|
|by Anonymous||reply 462||12/18/2018|
NO! NO! NO!!!!
|by Anonymous||reply 463||12/20/2018|
|by Anonymous||reply 464||12/20/2018|
^^^^ I’m convinced SJP and her craptastic SATC style team are behind this choice.
|by Anonymous||reply 465||12/20/2018|
I'm a BIG fan but this DID NOT work. It did not work at all!
|by Anonymous||reply 466||12/21/2018|
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|by Anonymous||reply 468||12/27/2018|
This was cute
|by Anonymous||reply 469||01/07/2019|
Another white sheer. I love the pumps
|by Anonymous||reply 470||01/07/2019|
Ho-Hum.... and yet, ANOTHER coat...
How many closets are there in the White House????
|by Anonymous||reply 471||02/02/2019|
She lives in misery and God has forsaken her and everyone she knows.
|by Anonymous||reply 472||02/02/2019|
Melania "Birther" Trump looks dead inside. Her clothes wear her. As someone said above, they are simply costumes meant to convey her position. They might as well be on a dressmaker's dummy for all the life she gives them. She's just a clothes hanger. Michelle Obama, OTOH, wears the clothes. Michelle might not always get it "right" but she is about so much more than her clothes that it doesn't matter. She is Michelle Obama, her own woman, not some gangster-equivalent's show wife.
|by Anonymous||reply 473||02/02/2019|