Democrats make political statement wearing black, while FLOTUS makes fashion statement wearing white

The dress code will be an anti-harassment demonstration to show solidarity.

“We are supporting the brave women in every industry and every corner of the country who are making their voices heard,” Pelosi said in a statement earlier this month. “We are at a watershed moment in the nationwide fight against sexual harassment and discrimination, and we must continue to keep up the drumbeat of action for real change.”

Democratic women led by Frankel wore white at Trump’s first joint address to Congress last February, a nod to the women’s suffrage movement and rebuke of the Trump administration.

ABC's Paola Chavez contributed to this report.