Nonverbal Message – Jill Biden Resists Melania Trump in a ‘Love’ Jacket
A jacket is a jacket – but not when the first lady wears it. In doing so, she also sends a nonverbal message to her predecessor. Just like Jill Biden now.
eThese are just four messages that Jill Biden drew attention to on the second day of her trip to Great Britain alongside her husband, US President Joe Biden (78), to the G7 summit in Cornwall, UK: “Love” stands tall and surrounded by sparkling rhinestones On the back of her black jacket, which the 70-year-old wore while meeting Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his wife Carrie Johnson.
The first lady’s rear view, hair open to the simple message, inevitably awakens memories of the outfit in which her predecessor Melania Trump attracted attention three years ago—and plenty of criticism and anger: “I really don’t care, do you?” (“I don’t care, and you?” ) was emblazoned on a green jacket in which she visited children from Mexican immigrant families at the border with Mexico in August 2018.
Trump’s lack of interest in textiles, which has repeatedly caused disbelief in her fashion choice (like the colonial-looking tropical hat she wore on her trip through Kenya in 2018), has been met by the current first lady with what is probably the most universal feeling of all. : Love.
That’s exactly what you bring to the G7 summit from America,” Biden said in a press appearance. Right now, after the pandemic, it’s important to have a sense of unity. With this in mind, betting on love sounds simple, but it makes sense. And the fact that a doctoral teacher sends a subtle message to her predecessor without any words should be a welcome side effect.