Melania Trump wears TIGHT skinny jeans with Donald and Barron on Father’s Day | Style | Life & Style

The skinny fit jeans showed off Melania’s impressive figure and long, model legs.

Melania paired the jeans with a loose white shirt which featured two pockets on the chest.

The First Lady rolled up the sleeves of the white shirt for a casual look.

Keeping things tonal, Melania sported a white leather handbag.

She upped the glamour with a pair of embellished block heel sandals.

Keeping her eyes protected, Melania completed the look with a pair of mirrored aviator sunglasses.

The Trump family had obviously spent some time in the sunshine during their break, as Melania had deep, bronzed colour.

She highlighted this with a bright coral nail polish on her toes.

Melania and Barron have only recently joined Donald Trump in the White House, having stayed in New York after he was elected president so that Barron could finish the school year.

First Lady’s do put their own design stamp on their wing of the presidential residence, and there has been speculation on what Melania would do with the space.

Back in February, WWD revealed the First Lady’s interior designer Tham Kannalikham would be working on the White House’s private quarters.

The New York-based designer previously worked at Ralph Lauren Home before starting her own design firm, Kannalikham Designs.

She said in a statement: “I am honoured by the opportunity to be working with the First Lady to make the White House feel like home.”

Tham is known to keep a low profile, and while she hasn’t directly spoken about any designs for Melania, an Architectural Digest article revealed her taste.

Mitchell Owens wrote: “Eighteenth-century buildings, interiors and culture – French, English, American, Irish – are definitely among Kannalikham’s passions, and she’s been a regular presence at events hosted by the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art, including an eight-day ICAA tour in 2015 of great country houses in Ireland and Northern Ireland.”

So it appears Tham takes inspiration from traditional design, which is…

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