Ivanka Trump, daughter and special adviser to the President, looked amazingly gorgeous and chic in a light blue shirt and skirt at a USAID event to raise funds for women's development.
Ivanka Trump has a reputation for being stylish and fashionable and kept to those standards when she appeared in a beautiful outfit at a meeting she had with USAID Administrator, Mark Green.
First Daughter and Advisor to the US President, Ivanka Trump, attends the W20 conference on April 25, 2017 in Berlin, Germany | Photo: Getty Images
The meeting ended with the award of multimillion-dollar grants to organizations supporting the Women's Global Development and Prosperity Initiative (W-GDP) of the Trump Administration.
Ivanka's dress, a silky sky-blue shirt, and matching skirt featured curvy-lined patterns on them. The shirt had two breast pockets and was tucked into its near knee-length skirt.
Ivanka Trump didn't wear any accessories except for a ring on her right hand and her big round earrings. She matched her chic attire with black heels.
Ivanka Trump, senior adviser to U.S. President, speaks during a discussion at the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank Group | Photo: Getty Images
The USAID Administrator, Mark Green, tweeted about the partnership, saying:
"At @USAID, boosting women's empowerment is one of our highest priorities, helping countries to advance on their journeys to Self-Reliance. Today, I'm proud to announce new #WGDP partnerships with @IvankaTrump."
Green ended his tweet with a link to the website for more information about the partnership.
The Hill also tweeted about the award of grants, with a video that showed the moment Mark Green and Ivanka Trump spoke about the partnership.
Monica Crowley, the Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs at the US Treasury, also tweeted about the initiative, expressing her delight at the fact that W-GDP would be receiving an additional $50 million.
Accompanying her tweet was a photo she took with Ivanka Trump. In another tweet, Monica thanked Ivanka Trump and expanded on the benefits of W-GDP, saying:
"Thanks to @IvankaTrump's leadership, women around the world will have greater access to entrepreneurial training, workforce development, and economic empowerment resources. #WGDP."
February 2019 marked the launch of W-GDP at the White House, and since then, the initiative has kept growing and is now capitalized at $100 million. The initiative has the aim of reaching 50 million women in developing countries by the year 2025.