It’s the sort of thing you’d expect to see on a Trump campaign rally, but not the sort that is likely to draw the ire of the First Lady or President-elect Donald Trump.
The dress was worn by Michelle Obama during her 2008 inauguration, when she wore a similar white dress to the one worn by Trump last week.
The former first lady is known to dress in a more conventional style for political events, but that was no longer the case this week as she wore what she called a “ladylike” gown at the event.
It wasn’t until a reporter inquired that Michelle Obama wore a more conservative-leaning dress.
The answer was “absolutely not,” the first lady said.
“I don’t wear a white dress.”
The dress Michelle Obama chose to wear at her inaugural in 2008, with the red roses at her side.
Michelle Obama was born in Kenya.
The first lady also wore a gown with a red ribbon for her speech at the Democratic National Convention last week, as well as a red dress that she said was “much more conservative.”
Michelle Obama has also worn more conservative dresses in the past.
In March, she wore one of her dresses that featured red roses instead of the white ones that Trump is likely familiar with.
A white lace gown is a style that is often worn by African-Americans and other women of color, and the president-elect has also been known to wear a more traditional dress, as he did last week at the GOP convention.