Queen Rania Just Wore Anti–Skinny Pants at the White House

What's the royal way to dress for a trip to D.C.? Well, apparently it's head-to-toe pink. Last week Queen Letizia of Spain wore Barbie pink for her visit to the White House, and now Queen Rania of Jordan arrived at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in a more muted version of the color.

The queen wore Adeam Satin-Trimmed Crepe Wide-Leg Pants ($615), which are predictably almost sold out. The exaggerated wide-leg silhouette makes them the ultimate antithesis to skinny pants and a chic alternative if you're ready to step outside your comfort zone. Queen Rania also coordinated the pale pink pants with a matching top-handle bag, proving that the monochrome look is always a good idea. Scroll down to see her White House outfit and shop the trend.


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On Queen Rania: Adeam Satin-Trimmed Crepe Wide-Leg Pants ($615)

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