First things first: It appears that Lara Trump really loved the zebra print dress she wore for Turning Point USA. During a clip of Lara’s introduction, reposted to her Instagram, she happily waltzed out onto the stage and even danced a little to the music. Lara also engaged with the crowd and seemed overall pleased with her outward facing look. And while self-love is great and all, it’s still hard to get excited about this particular look. That said, Lara is certainly no stranger to donning frocks that warrant strong reactions. And while the internet has been pretty quiet about Lara’s zebra print look, they’ve already said plenty about her other daring fashion choices. 

For example, Lara’s dramatic, purple ball gown for The Conservateur went viral on X, formerly known as Twitter, in May 2024, and users couldn’t wait to spew their snark. “What the h*** is going on here?!? Hahaha! What do you call this new style of fashion?” tweeted one user, who added the hashtags, “Is this a joke” and “Let’s play dress up.” Commenters swarmed the post, further criticizing Trump’s formal attire. “The real question is how many people are hiding in that dress?,” quipped one user. Another critic tweeted, “Coffin liner couture.” Meanwhile, another delivered an unapologetic burn. “Its called “too full of herself in an ugly dress,” they wrote.

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