The fashion choices of first ladies are as political as they are personal. Ahead of US first family's India visit, here are some style lessons from America's most stylish first ladies. Mamie Eisenhower was a pioneer of American trends in the 50s and 60s, becoming an early adopter of printed dresses, pretty necklines and outlandish hats. Her successor Jackie Kennedy's style left a lasting legacy. From her glam-meets-preppy suits and sheath dresses to her memorable round sunglasses, Jackie's style continues to inspire modern generations. Pat Nixon was known for her daring looks. She loved to pair cropped short-sleeved jackets with dresses but was often spotted in fancy gowns as well. Many may know this by now thanks to her own presidential race but Hilary Clinton's pantsuits have always set her apart from the other first ladies of the world. Most recently, it is Michelle Obama's style --full of sundresses, bold patterns and the lack of sleeves that makes headlines even after her husband's presidency ended. Let's see what the current first lady Melania Trump will choose to wear on her trip to India.