Ivanka Trump added a pop of color to her white dress with chic turquoise jewelry yesterday as she attended a roundtable with restaurant execs and industry leaders at the White House.
The senior White House adviser sported a sleeveless white dress, accessorizing with an ornate brooch and matching earrings. She wore her hair pulled back into a sleek bun.
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Last week, Trump made a visit to a produce warehouse in Maryland. For the occasion, she sported a black Kenneth Cole jumpsuit with a zip-front and a belted waist. The piece, now sold out, previously retailed on KennethCole.com for $129. The University of Pennsylvania alum went for a high-low look, pairing the accessibly priced jumpsuit with cap-toe ballet flats from Chanel that cost $750.
Trump’s luxurious shoe wardrobe includes plenty of high heels, with pointed-toe pumps from Gianvito Rossi, Jimmy Choo and Burberry, to name a few. She has also stepped out in more affordable footwear such as Gola for J.Crew sneakers and Rothy’s The Point flats. When it comes to apparel, the first daughter’s wardrobe includes lots of designer duds from labels like Brandon Maxwell, Max Mara and Dolce & Gabbana.
To Buy: Vaneli Serene Flats, $91 (was $130).
To Buy: Clarks Gracelin Flats, $40 (was $85).
Click through the gallery to see how Ivanka Trump’s style has evolved from 1997 through today.
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