When Donald and Melania Trump took to Washington DC for the Presidential Inauguration over the weekend, all eyes were on Melania and daughter Ivanka and their array of designer outfits.
Speculation was rife over which designer Melania would choose – and would accept the offer – to dress the incoming First Lady for the big occasion.
First up Melania stepped out wearing a black military-style coat by Norisol Ferrari for a wreath laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery.
The coat was chosen to pay homage to American military service members, with the designer’s own father a wounded veteran who sustained lifelong disabilities in the line of service.
For the campaign donors dinner held at Union Station in Washington DC, the former model dazzled in a sequinned gold, figure-hugging gown by Reem Acra.
For the official ceremony where Trump was sworn in as the 45th President of the United States, Melania opted for a cornflower blue Ralph Lauren ensemble, with many commenting how the look was reminiscent of a look worn by former First Lady Jackie O.
Then later for the Inauguration Ball the First Lady chose a gown designed by former Carolina Herrera creative director, Hervé Pierre.
The FLOTUS co-designed the off-the-shoulder cream silk gown with Pierre which also featured a ruffle, a red silk ribbon on the waist and a rather daring thigh-high split for a first lady.
At the National Prayer Service the following day, Melania channeled Kate Middleton in a chic black coat dress.
Meanwhile First Daughter Ivanka Trump also made a seriously sartorial statement across the three days.
At the pre-inaugural ceremony Ivanka stood out in a bold green Oscar de la Renta ensemble.
Ivanka turned to Oscar de la Renta again for the pre-inauguration dinner, in a white gown with dramatic bow detailing.
For the official ceremony, Ivanka opted for a white pantsuit (some meaning behind that perhaps, Ivanka?) again by Oscar de la Renta.
At the Inauguration Ball the First Daughter had a princess moment in a dazzling Carolina Herrera gown.
Finally, the National Prayer Service, Ivanka turned to Oscar de la Renta one final time, opting for a burgundy velvet coat dress which she wore with matching headband, pumps and handbag.