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Melania Trump has made many fashion missteps in her time as the First Lady. Some of these fashion faux pas have been innocent and meme-worthy, like the time she wore pants that made it look like she was naked or when she rocked the one glove look at the State of the Union. Other fashion moments have been more Trump-y, ie. extremely harmful and inappropriate. We’re thinking specifically of that awful, awful jacket. This week’s fashion head scratcher was on the lighter side, with Trump wearing a high-end dress that looked like low-end window coverings.

Celebrating President’s Day on Monday, Trump wore a $2,500 Gabriela Hearst dress while attending an event at the Miami Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, where she helped to open a healing garden and new intensive cardiac floor. She also awkwardly stood next to some patients, wearing a dress that wasn’t suitable for getting down on the floor and playing with kids.

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The reaction to the Jane Long-Sleeve Floral-Print Silk Midi Dress has been divided on social media, with some applauding the FLOTUS for choosing the breezy, floral mid-length dress. Others, in a word, hated it.


We will give the First Lady points for actually visiting with the patients, unlike her husband who spent the weekend golfing. But it’s better this way. Those kids have been through enough.


This isn’t the first time the FLOTUS has been accused of borrowing her fashion inspiration from Bed, Bath and Beyond.


It’s not even the second time.


Let’s get one thing straight. If we’re going to talk about curtain dresses, the all-time ‘Who Wore It Best’ winner will always be Carol Burnett.