First Lady Spotlight: Powder Blue Power Suit

History was made today as the 45th President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, was inaugurated into office. But, before President Trump was even able to make his official Presidential speech at exactly 12pm EST today, pictures emerged of the President and First Lady on their way to a traditional church service.

Aside from any and all of the political talk set forth for today will be the fashion. We were all on the edge of our seats waiting to see what Melania would make her First Lady debut in. Rumors were spurring about as we all waited to see which designer would be dressing the First Lady. To be quite honest, I am still not sure of what designer ended up being the lucky winner to dress our First Lady. What I am sure of is the color of her debut suit.

Melania Powder Blue Suit
Source: ElleUK

We’ve seen this style in the past, most notably by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, as mentioned, during her time at the white house. She was ahead of her time in terms of fashion but kept a classical elegance about her “power” outfits that is leading others to clearly replicate her iconic style for years to come.

Since Melania’s debut to the world as First Lady only a few hours ago, the world is buzzing about the powder blue suit. This color of the year is certainly going to outshine what Pantone has already dubbed as a color of the year. You could say that Melania’s first initiative as First Lady of the United States has become the introduction of the now iconic powder blue suit.

Source: US Weekly

This color is not going anywhere so channel your inner First Lady and rock this look at your own special event. Not many of us will be lucky to serve our country as a First Lady, but we can certainly channel the style of Melania, our current First Lady, and the style of the First Ladies who preceded.


Faviana Style 7755

Faviana Style 7755

Lucky for all you Glam & Gowns readers, Faviana is always doing extensive research to stay ahead of the trends that present themselves at moments like these. Of course, we cannot take all the credit for the First Lady’s color choice at the Inauguration but what we can say is that we are prepared for you!

Faviana has created quite a few style options with the now iconic powder blue color as a choice. Faviana Style 7755 is one of our most popular styles because it comes available in so many divine colors, with powder blue being one of them! This style is great for any formal event you may be going to such as prom or a wedding.  


Faviana Style 7723 and Faviana Style 7747

Faviana Style 7923 (left) and Faviana Style 7747 (right)

If you’re looking for a more casual look in this color story, check out Faviana Style 7923. You may not necessarily choose to wear this to the Inauguration but it gives off the most perfect boho princess vibe.

Faviana Style 7747 is another fabulous choice for any sort of event. You can dress this style up with some sparkling diamond jewels or stick to a simple look like Melania did with natural makeup and an easy up-do.

We hope you enjoyed this color story recap as much as we did! Check out our Faviana on Trend: Green Prom Dresses report based off of Pantone’s color of the year from earlier this month and be sure to look out for more Faviana on Trend coming soon! Remember prom season is right around the corner! For some more upcoming prom season trend advice, check out our forecast here.

What are some of your favorite iconic First Lady looks? Thinking about achieving any of these looks with one of Faviana’s dresses? If so, we would love to see! Let us know by commenting below or by tagging us on our blog’s Instagram @glamandgowns, Faviana’s Instagram @Faviana_NY & Twitter @FavianaNY.



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Glam & Gowns is a blog curated with content written by authors from Faviana. Here you will get the latest tips and trends on all things fashion, beauty and lifestyle.

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