16 Great Photos of Melania Trump Before Became The First Lady

16 Great Photos of Melania Trump Before Became The First Lady


Donald’s better half also has much better style. Ahead of her speech at the RNC this evening, here’s a look at her most stylish ensembles, including pantsuits, cocktail dresses and evening gowns.

A white turtleneck and cream coat gave Melania a posh and polished look at the 2001 premiere of Hannibal.

Before she was Mrs. Trump, Melania attended a Cartier event in a pleated halter tank and matching black trousers.

Melania wore business attire when her then-fiancee was roasted by the Friars Club in 2004.


Melania wore an LWD and rhinestone-embellished heels to a Valentino Fashion Luncheon for the Boys Club of New York in 2005.


For the 2005 Vanity Fair Oscar afterparty, Melania sparkled in a blush-colored embellished gown with a feathered hemline.

For the 2005 NBC Upfront, Melania rocked a white, knee-length dress with pom-pom fringe. 

Melania was all business in a black bodycon dress and pumps while ringing the closing bell at NASDAQ. 


The former model was regal in a red satin cocktail dress at the The Duchess premiere in 2008. 


Melania paired her black dress with a matching tailored coat and pumps at Harlem’s Figure Skating With the Stars benefit gala.

At the season three afterparty of Celebrity Apprentice, Melania donned a classic black and trench with minimal accessories and a low ponytail.

Melania wore a white belted dress with embellished sleeves while accompanying her husband to SiriusXM’s Studio 54 party.

Donald’s better half wore a black jumpsuit with black lace panels at The New York Ball in 2014. 

Sideswept curls and nude pumps pulled together Melania’s bright red ensemble. 

At the 2015 White House Correspondents’ Dinner, Melania doneed a flowy pale jade gown and blunt bangs.

Melania wore a floor-length white gown with cut-outs at the Time 100 Gala, where her husband was honored on the “most influential” list.

Bonus: Melania Trump became the First Lady of United State

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