It took less than 24 hours for first lady Melania Trump's Delpozo midi dress to sell out after she donned the outfit on Aug. 20.
Melania wore the $2,300 midi-length white Delpozo frock with yellow embellishments while departing New Jersey's Morristown Municipal Airport, Vogue reports.
Accompanied by her husband and her son, the trio was heading back to Washington, D.C., when her dress captured attention.
She accessorized the outfit with just a pair of shades and nude pumps -- and the look was clearly a hit.
"I hate her husband, but you can't bash the woman's style...she looks good," commented one reader on Us Weekly's Facebook page.
"I am not a Trump family fan but she is beautiful & dresses impeccably," added another.
"She has such good taste and lots of class and elegance so anything would fit her and her stunning figure," a third person chimed in.
It appears Melania is a fan of Delpozo, a Spanish label, In Style reports. She was seen wearing another one of their outfits while meeting Polish first lady Agata Kornhauser-Duda at Warsaw's Belvedere Palace before the G20 summit.
There, Melania wore a $2,229 midi-length, navy blue Delpozo dress that featured splashes of hot pink, cobalt blue, and mandarin orange.
"[It was] vaguely reminiscent of both early American pop art and Georgia O'Keeffe’s floral oeuvre," opines In Style writer Isabel Jones.
It's not the first time Melania's style has won admiration.
Despite her controversial speech at the Republican National Convention in July 2016, everybody seemed to love her look.
The first lady wore a $2,190 form-fitting cotton and silk white Roksanda Ilincic dress that quickly sold out soon afterward, AOL reports.
Americans aren't her only fans, either. Some of the world's royal families seem to emulate her outfits.
Queen Mathilde of Belgium, Crown Princess Mary, and Argentina's first lady, Juliana Awad, for example, donned similar dresses to the one Melania wore at the inauguration.
While Melania's style has attracted many admirers, not everybody is a fan.
"Melania Trump Is Fashionable, But She's Unlikely To Become A Fashion Icon Like Michelle Obama," declared writer Rachelle Bergstein in her Forbes piece headline.
"Becoming an icon is about more than just a pretty face and an international platform," she adds.
Others are keeping an open mind, but stillexpress their reservations.
"[Michelle's outfits] purposefully showed support for certain cultures or countries," chimed in PopSugar writer Sarah Wasilak. "Michelle's outfits did not always look perfect. Sometimes her skirt blew up in the wind or she had to fight a hair out of place. But Michelle's outfits were fairly thought out, brave, bold, and irrefutably American. Melania, are you ready?"