Since her father, Donald Trump, was inaugurated as president in January 2017, Ivanka Trump has been by his side in Washington, D.C., clothed in the feminine but professional threads she’s long been known for. Scroll to see her political style evolution, from Inauguration Weekend to today.
The First Daughter stepped out for a sporting event held at the White House on Wednesday, May 30, wearing a black and red Gucci shift dress and black skimmer flats to toss a football with some guests.
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Proving black is anything but boring, the First Daughter attended the signing of an executive order supporting military families in the White House on Wednesday, May 9, wearing a belted Oscar de la Renta LBD with a scalloped lace hem ($2,390, farfetch.com).
Supporting First Lady Melania Trump at the Rose Garden announcement of her new “Be Best” initiative on Monday, May 7, the mom of three opted for workwear staples in the form of a black pencil skirt and white Chiara Boni La Petite Robe Natty Bell-Sleeve Top ($395, saks.com) that she paired with a black belt and oversized shades.
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Helping her dad welcome Team USA athletes to the White House on Friday, April 27, the special advisor kept things coordinated in a pleated Kenzo floral-print top ($267, saks.com) and matching skirt ($540, saks.com).
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Black and White
To celebrate the athletes she cheered on at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea, earlier this year, the First Daughter stunned in a tiered black and white lace frock by Alexis at the Team USA Awards on Thursday, April 26. She paired the Nalani fit-and-flare lace midi ($1,085, selfridges.com) with the crystal-embellished Beven pumps ($89.99, 6pm.com) from her own Ivanka Trump shoe collection.
Pretty in Pink
The First Daughter stunned in a $12,888 Rodarte gown at the state dinner honoring French President Emmanuel and First Lady Brigette Macron at the White House on April 24. The tiered pink tulle gown was covered in tiny black polka dots and featured a pretty flower embellishment at the waist. She paired the look with simple black pumps, drop earrings and a red lip.
To welcome the French President and First Lady to the White House on April 24 the mom of three looked très chic in a navy Oscar de la Renta tea-length dress ($1,990, net-a-porter.com) from the brand’s 2018 resort collection that included a flouncy skirt and asymmetrical white bow design along the neckline. She finished off the Parisian-inspired look with black patent leather d’Orsay pumps and sculptural earrings.
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