Jill Biden’s fashion style is once again trending on Twitter.
On Easter, she was photographed getting off a plane at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland. The First Lady was wearing a black mini skirt, black fishnet stockings, and black booties. She looked ready for a New York runway.
Biden looked adorable, however, Twitter’s political right attacked her calling her look “inappropriate.” Conservatives’ criticism is in no way shocking they often attacked former first lady Michelle Obama as well.
In 2009, when Obama posed for her official portrait in a dress without sleeves the right lost its mind.
Biden and her fishnet stockings continue to trend on Twitter. Biden was not without her supporters who praised her look and told her to ignore the critics.
“It’s Dr. FLOTUS Jill Biden to you, and she can wear what she wants,” one user tweeted, while another added that she was “Rockin those fishnets & booties.”
This is not the first time that something Biden wore trended on a holiday. Back on February 12, Biden visited Sweet Lobby, a local Black-owned business to get the president some Valentine sweets.
Biden wore her hair in a ponytail with a scrunchie.
Twitter went wild over the particularly “relatable” accessory. “Dr. Biden with a scrunchie ponytail buying chocolate is normal I need from my FLOTUS,” one user tweeted at the time.
Biden also touched many Americans with her love for Valentine’s Day. On February 12 the first lady decorated the White House lawn with giant hearts with touching messages. The lawn featured large pink, red, and white hearts with words like “courage,” “healing,” and “peace” written on them. She signed the “healing” heart, “Love, Jill.”
“I just wanted some joy,” Dr. Biden told reporters. “With the pandemic, just everybody’s feeling a little down. So it’s just a little joy. A little hope. That’s all.”
Biden made headlines in late January for another kind gesture.
Biden brought homemade chocolate chip cookies to a group of guardsmen at the Capitol and personally thanked them for keeping her family safe.
With cookies in hand for a group of National Guard troops at the Capitol to thank them for keeping her family safe. The cookies were a small token, but one that clearly came from the heart of a mother whose son had also served.
“I just wanted to come today to say thank you to all of you for keeping me and my family safe. I know that you’ve left your home states,” she said.
“The Bidens are a National Guard family. Our son Beau was Delaware Army National Guard. He served for a year in Iraq in 2008–2009. So, I’m a National Guard mom, and when I saw … all that you’ve done and you left your home states and you’ve come here to protect us … I just wanted to say thanks from President Biden and my entire family.”
Biden shared that she did not make the cookies herself, but that they were homemade by the White House chef and she wanted to deliver them in person.