Jill Biden and her husband, President Joe Biden, attended an event celebrating Jewish American Heritage Month yesterday in the East Room at the White House in Washington D.C.
Tony Award nominees Ben Platt and Micaela Diamond performed music from the Broadway musical “Parade” during the event. The purpose of the event was to fight rising antisemitism.
The first lady wore a bright blue, midi-length dress. It had short sleeves and mock neckline. The garment was made from thick, structural material and form-fitting. The light blue hue of Jill’s dress was perfect for the springtime occasion.
Jill’s accessories included a gold chain necklace attached to a heart pendant, paired with pearl studs. She also wore a pearl bracelet.
Although her shoes weren’t visible, it’s likely Jill stepped out in a pair of sling-back or pointed-toe pumps. The style has been in constant repeat in the former educator’s wardrobe.
In fact, the public figure donned slingback pumps of the floral variety from Dior a day prior to her attendance at King Charles III’s coronation. The footwear was comprised of a blooming floral print set on a white background and was comprised of pointed toes, short stiletto heels and thick monogrammed bow-embellished straps that were situated around the backs of Biden’s feet, keeping the style in place.
For footwear, the first lady’s choices are classic and sharp. The first lady is known to wear versatile boots and heels in black, nude and embellished colors from Manolo, Valentino, and Stuart Weitzman. She also loves metallic and jewel-toned pointed-toe pumps from brands like SJP, Prada, and Jimmy Choo. In the warmer months, you can see her in Loeffler-Randall espadrille sandals.
PHOTOS: Check out Jill Biden’s classic style evolution.
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