What Melania Wore Visiting Parkland Shooting Victims

First Lady Melania Trump arrived Friday evening in Florida to visit wounded students from a deadly school shooting that took the lives of 17 people, as well as to thank Broward County medical staffers and law enforcements.

Joined by her husband, President Donald Trump, Melania wore a stunning white wrap dress pairing it with a navy blue cashmere cardigan that was slung casually over her shoulder. Both the dress and cardigan are from Ralph Lauren, the First Lady’s go-to designer.

The white dress, from the Ralph Lauren Collection is a short-sleeve, long ankle-length jersey dress. Called “Tabatha,” the dress retails for $2,390. Melania styled the dress with a tonal small white belt. Adding to her ensemble, Melania paired the white dress with a chic nautical cotton-cashmere cardigan that is also from Ralph Lauren and is part of the Spring 2018 Collections. It features a navy-and cream stripes and signature embossed buttons. It retails for $1,250 on the Ralph Lauren website.

 

Both the First Lady and the President flew to Florida Friday afternoon to stop by the Broward County Sheriff’s Office and Broward Health North Hospital. The president on Twitter shared images from his hospital visit, where both Trump and Melania spoke with school shooting victims, trauma surgeon and hospital staffs.

During their visit to law enforcement officers in the Broward County Sheriff’s Office, Melania spoke to officials, thanking them personally for “saving our children.”

“Thank you all for what you do and saving our children,” Melania said. “That’s the most important; they’re our future, and let’s take care of them because they will go through a lot and what they are experiencing two days ago. And we need to take care of them.”

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