There is no secret that the next period in the White House, that will be occupied by president Donald Trump, will have an atypical figure on his daughter Ivanka, who much people say is going to be some sort of second First Lady next to Melania Trump. And while the world has watched skeptical his rise to the power, they have all admired and talked about the style of his two leading ladies, both with important past steps in the fashion world.
After Trump won the election in November, pretty much every website and fashion publication in the world started articles and galleries on the First Lady to be and of course, the ‘First Daughter’. The first one is a former model who was known for her sexy and flashy style, which had a big change after she got married and when her husband announced his political campaign. During this time, Melania showed us a classy, conservative style, very likely to Trump’s ideas and political statements. She toned down her sparkle and let the new president shine. As for Ivanka, who is now a fashion mogul, the press has always been on her side. She’s elegant, classy and graceful, and her taste is impeccable. As she’s a full-time businesswoman and mom, she couldn’t be by her father’s side in every event, but every time she attended one, all the eyes were on her.
And now that we’re getting slowly to Inauguration Day in the United States the world is experimenting different emotions. Some people are afraid, some other are still furious, some others are worried. But one thing is certain, we are all curious about what Melania and Ivanka are going to wear.
These two ladies have no problem when it comes to choosing an A-list designer to dress them. However, since they started the campaign, a lot of these same couture stars have made perfectly clear that they’re not willing to dress them, especially referring to Melania Trump. Tom Ford, Marc Jacobs, and Cristian Siriano are among the designers who have publicly said no to dress Melania, either is in a polite or very strong way. It’s been rumored that Calvin Klein will be an option for the first lady, but what if we check some of her dresses in the past, to see if we can guess what she’s going to wear on the big day?