Ivanka Trump Wore These Chic Pumps While Promoting Computer Science Education

Ivanka Trump wore shoes from her own brand while visiting a charter school in Virginia to promote computer science education. The adviser to the president spent yesterday morning practicing coding with young students after joining Microsoft president Brad Smith and CEO of Code.org Hadi Partovi in a discussion to express to the students how coding and computer sciences can improve the country’s workforce.


Trump teamed red cropped trousers and a striped sweater with her Brita ankle strap pump in black. In luxe suede, the shoe features a pointed toe and an adjustable ankle strap in a half d’orsay aesthetic. While the black version of the Brita style is sold out from most retailers, Century 21 offers it for a sale price.

Ivanka Trump Brita ankle strap d'Orsay pump
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Ivanka Trump Brita ankle strap d’Orsay pump, $70; C21stores.com

The footwear entrepreneur’s computer science initiative began this week when she met with private-sector leaders in Detroit to announce a shared commitment to promoting computer science education. “[Computer science] is foundational to preparing the workforce of the future,” Trump wrote on Instagram. The first daughter made her way back to D.C. taking a commercial flight.

Michelle Obama shares a desire to expand the computer science and IT workforce, though the former first lady takes a different approach. Obama met with IT professionals at the Microsoft Envision conference this week to promote diversity, explaining that a more diverse computer science environment will help the field to grow faster.

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