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Melania Trump fashion: How much is her favorite floral Christian Louboutin heels?

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The President and the First Lady of the United States, Donald Trump, and Melania Trump, were joined by their teenage son Barron Trump in Morristown, New Jersey earlier this week. While most people have been talking about how their son is already taller than Melania, fans of the First Lady have also likely noticed her favorite pair of Christian Louboutin heels.

In the photos of the First family stepping out of the Air Force One, Melania is seen wearing a pair of floral heels from the luxury brand. If these seem familiar, it is because it appears as one of her favorite footwear that she has worn on several occasions before.

Melania Trump's favorite pair of Louboutins

The particular heels in question are part of Christian Louboutin's So Kate line. Aside from wearing in New Jersey this week, the First lady was also spotted with this pair of heels during their White House Christmas Eve celebrations in 2017. It was also her choice of heels when she and her husband stepped out to the White House Rose Garden in May for the National Day of Prayer.

Since these heels have floral printing on, fans and news outlets were easy to recognize that she has worn it multiple times. They have then concluded that it could be one of Melania's top favorite pairs of shoes.

Melania Trump fashion: How much is her favorite floral heels?

Needless to say, shoes that have the shiny, red-lacquered sole with the Christian Louboutin name on it do not come cheap. The same goes for Melania's favorite So Kate heels. Hello reports it was priced at $800.

Pairs of heels from the said line typically cost a little below $700. But the ones Melania was seen wearing this week is likely a limited edition and is actually no longer available from the brand's website. That could explain why it was worth $100 more.

Who pays for Melania Trump's wardrobe?

Since Melania serves as the First lady in a concurrent term with her President husband, there will always be people asking if taxpayers' money is being used for her fashion choices. Melania's camp has already addressed this a while ago and assured the public that she pays for her own clothes.

Photo by Marc Nozell used under a Creative Commons license

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