Melania Trump has been sharing her memorable moments from the India trip on the official Twitter account of FLOTUS (First Lady Of The United States). She posted an image and a 47-second video montage of the ‘breathtaking’ Taj Mahal, one of the seven Wonders of the World, with President of the United States (POTUS) Donald Trump.
One of the Seven Wonders of the World, the breathtaking Taj Mahal! https://t.co/7Oz7h431Q0
— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) 1582750800000
.@POTUS & @FLOTUS at Taj Mahal https://t.co/Sp2qMOTg4c
— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) 1582766775000
Unforgettable afternoon at the Sarvodaya School in New Delhi! It was an honor to be surrounded by extraordinary stu… https://t.co/B409CslwcV
— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) 1582822800000
The FLOTUS, who accompanied husband Trump during his first official visit to India, attended ‘Happiness Classes’ at the
Sarvodaya Vidyalaya Senior Secondary School co-ed school in South Moti Bagh on Tuesday as a part of the Happiness Curriculum, in which students are taught various activities including meditation, street plays and basic obedience aimed at reducing anxiety and stress levels among children.
Upon arrival at the school, Melania was given a traditional welcome by students who lined the entrance holding flags of the two countries.
Thank you Sarvodaya School for welcoming me with the lovely Tilak & Aarti tradition! https://t.co/qRiKPE9rcS
— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) 1582815980000
A young girl student handed a bouquet to the US First Lady and applied tilak on her forehead welcoming her with an ‘aarti thali’.
Expressing her delight, Melania thanked the school’s students for welcoming her with a traditional dance performance.
“This is my first visit to India and I cannot express how delightful it is. People here are so welcoming and so kind. I learned that ‘Sarvodaya’ means ‘prosperity for all.’ As I walked around, I was able to see how the concept exists amid the curriculum in the leadership of the teachers as well as the spirit of enthusiasm of the students,” she said while addressing students and teachers.
She also visited one of the primary school classrooms and learned about the reading programs.
I was inspired by the “Reading Classroom” & “Happiness Curriculum” programs at Sarvodaya School in New Delhi. Wonde… https://t.co/prvlezatYb
— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) 1582829406000
The wife of US President said that back home she works with children to promote similar ideas of well-being through the ‘
BE BEST‘ initiative.
According to the White House, the mission of BE BEST is to focus on some of the major issues being faced by children today. As the name suggests, the goal of the program is to encourage children to be best in their individual paths, while also teaching them the importance of social, emotional and physical health.
Trump Women Go Desi On Their India Visit; Rock Sherwanis, Jumpsuits & Vibrant Floral Dresse…
Running High On Style
25 Feb, 2020
The moment President Donald Trump announced his two-day visit to India, fashion enthusiasts all over the country and beyond, couldn’t help but speculate what the two ladies from the First Family – Melania and Ivanka Trump would don.Both women are known for their fashion choices, no matter what the occasion is. Be it their tours and visits to other nations or something as routine as going to a campaign rally, Melania and Ivanka have rarely disappointed with their sartorial choices.Ahead of their India visit, all eyes were on the two women and keeping up with the trend, the Trump women didn’t disappoint. Let’s take a look at the style statement that Melania and Ivanka made on their two-day visit to India.
Shimmering In Blue & Pink
25 Feb, 2020
Fashion enthusiasts all over the nation knew that they’ll get to witness high-end fashion. Ivanka Trump’s wardrobe was a breath of fresh air as it was high-end, yet sustainable.The 38-year-old American businesswoman wore a beautiful baby blue dress with red coloured flowers printed on it. The dress by New-York based designer Proenza Schouler earned applause from many, not just for it’s style but also for the statement that Ivanka made by choosing it. It wasn’t the first time the 38-year-old was wearing the dress, having also opted for it during her visit to Argentina last year.While several celebrities and brands are now moving towards sustainable fashion, it was indeed a praiseworthy move on Ivanka’s part to start a conversation about the same. Jane Fonda, too, started a conversation around sustainable fashion by wearing the same dress at the Oscars this year that she wore for Cannes 2014. Joaquin Phoenix, too, in his acceptance speech spoke about sustainability.
A Breezy Jumpsuit
25 Feb, 2020
Those who say high-end fashion and comfort don’t go hand-in-hand are clearly mistaken. There is no dearth of stunning outfits that look good and at the same time, are comfortable to wear. Case in point, First Lady Melania Trump’s outfit that she donned on the first day of her visit to India.Melania Trump rocked a white jumpsuit by French-American designer Herve Pierre, accessorised with a green and gold embroidered sash, as she walked out of the Air Force One along with President Donald Trump.The First Lady paid a subtle tribute to India with her wardrobe, as the sash was discovered by the designer in an early 20th century Indian textile document given to him by his friends.
Rocking A Sherwani Like A Boss!
25 Feb, 2020
If you thought day one of Trump ladies’ visit to India was high on fashion, wait till you read about day two. The women from the First Family outdid themselves in terms of fashion on the final day of their visit. Ivanka Trump went desi and made a powerful statement in an Anita Dogre sherwani.The classic, white sherwani took the Internet by storm and became a talking point on social media. The sherwani was made out of handwoven silk from Murshidabad, West Bengal. When asked, designer Anita Dongre called the outfit ‘timeless and such a classic’.To many, it seemed like Ivanka was emulating Melania who wore white on both days of her India visit. This is not the first time a foreign dignitary has donned an Anita Dogre collection. In the past, Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, Queen Mathilde of Belgium, Sophie Trudeau, the First Lady of Canada and Hillary Clinton, Former First Lady of the United States have all worn outfits by the designer.
Shirtdress For The Win
25 Feb, 2020
The First Lady rocked a floral-embroidered belted cotton-poppy shirtdress on her visit to Rashtrapati Bhawan on day two. Melania also happened to visit the Government schools in Delhi and attend the Happiness Program in the school.The dress gave major spring/ summer fashion vibes. With a collared neckline and folded sleeves, complete with a red belt, Melania dressed her sartorial best. The Carolina Herrera dress costs approximately Rs 1,15,265 and is available for purchase on the designer’s website.Just like day 1, Melania rocked loose hair, minimal make-up and slayed everyone with her outfit choice.