The First Family celebrated the Superbowl in the warm confines of the Trump International Golf Club in Florida Sunday evening, watching the game with a ballroom full of other football fans and political allies. President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania were joined at their festively-decorated table by their son Barron and White House chief of staff Reince Priebus and his family.
First Lady Melania Trump attended the casual Superbowl party in spring pastels, following the current trends. The First Lady even made a daring statement with a sheer sweater top that gave a peek-a-boo glimpse of her nude camisole. The effect gives the illusion of seeing through the outfit and catching a glimpse of forbidden undergarments beneath. The style is both demure and envelope-pushing, and easy to emulate with a thin tunic top and fitted cami beneath.
If you’ll notice the group outfit, each member of the entourage is clad in red, white, and blue. This could be a symbolic nod to the American Flag, but more likely is a gesture of a support for the Patriots team, whose colors are the same as those of the United States. Though subtle, the First Lady played on the theme with a light blue shirt, white pants and pumps, and a visible red sole on her heels.
First Lady Melania paired her sheer baby blue top with slim-fitting white capri pants, a pair of glossy white Louboutin heels, and a classic white Chanel handbag. You can emulate the First Lady’s effortlessly chic style by choosing a glossy white pump with a dramatic heel. The trademarked red sole sported by Melania is a signature of the Louboutin brand, but you can get the look for significantly less if you’re willing to compromise on the color of your soles.
Before the game, Melania and President Trump were entertained by the local high school band to kick off the evening of sport. The President is a long-time fan of the New England Patriots, and correctly predict their stunning surprise win. The Patriots battled rival football team the Atlanta Falcons for the most watched and anticipated sporting event in America. The winning team is traditionally flown to the White House to accept congratulations from the President, and this year Trump will do the same to his longtime friend and victorious quarterback Tom Brady of the Patriots.
Attendees of the Superbowl party took to twitter with snapshots of the President and the First Family as they enjoyed their dinner and the festivities.
The First Family sat at a roped off table in the center of the room where they could be visible to all assembled, as well as the press that were at the Golf Club covering the President’s every movement.
— Jennifer Epstein (@jeneps) February 6, 2017
The First Family left the Superbowl party early, possibly because the Patriots were performing so horribly no one expected them to make a comeback. However, following the stunning change of tides that occurred in overtime and the subsequent victory for the Patriots, President Donald Trump sent out a tweet congratulating his team and its leadership.
What did you do to celebrate the Superbowl, and did you expect the surprise win? Let us know in the comments!