Tiffany Trump was formally dressed with fiancé Michael Boulos for the funeral of Ivana Trump, held in New York City on Wednesday.
During the somber occasion, Trump arrived in a black ensemble consisting of a pencil skirt and summer jacket. Her top included rounded short sleeves, a buttoned front and curved collar. Thin bangle bracelets, a black leather shoulder bag and oversized square-framed Dior sunglasses completed her outfit.
Though her footwear wasn’t visible, Trump likely wore pointed-toe pumps — one of her formalwear staples. The first daughter’s dress and the nature of the occasion indicated she likely opted for a black or dark-toned style with walkable heels. The silhouette has been a go-to of Trump’s over the years or numerous events, from Christmas portraits to travel.
When it comes to shoes, the former first daughter prefers pointed-toe pumps as a go-to style, which she’s worn for years in tones of black, beige and ivory from brands like Valentino. For events or the red carpet, she regularly dons strappy sandals and platform boots from brands like Louboutin. When off-duty, Trump keeps her shoes decidedly more comfortable, appearing in preppy loafers, espadrilles or flats.
Ivana Trump was a fixture of NYC’s society scene, modeling in shows for Thierry Mugler and holding court on the front row of many fashion shows throughout the years. The former model was also an entrepreneur within the fashion space, launching a line of clothing, costume jewelry and cosmetics called Ivana Haute Couture sold on the Home Shopping Network and the Canadian Shopping Channel.
Ivana Trump was former President Donald Trump’s first wife and died on July 14 after reportedly falling down the stairs of her Manhattan apartment, according to the medical examiner and officials. She was the mother to their three children, Donald Jr., Eric and Ivanka. Among her mourners were Donald Trump’s third wife Melania Trump and their son together Barron Trump. Tiffany is the former president’s second daughter from his second marriage to Marla Maples.