Ivanka Trump Looks Stylish in Dolce & Gabbana Suit at Summit Held at the White House
Ivanka Trump exudes sophistication in a Dolce and Gabbana pants suit during an appearance for a childcare summit hosted at the White House.
Ivanka Trump kept it, business professional, for her recent appearance at a White House summit on childcare and paid leave. In part of her speech, she said:
"We have a historic chance to pass paid family leave and child care reform, so that every American family has the freedom to embrace the dignity of work and the joy of raising a family."
"We have a historic chance to pass paid family leave and child care reform, so that every American family has the freedom to embrace the dignity of work and the joy of raising a family." —@IvankaTrump pic.twitter.com/XU3hP0z64d— The White House (@WhiteHouse) December 12, 2019
According to Daily Mail, the first daughter left her home bright and early at 8:20am on Thursday, and was spotted holding her MacBook, placed inside a Chanel bag.
She appeared in high spirits as she stepped out wearing a $1 145 high-waisted flare pants, and houndstooth blazer, retailing at $2 845. Altogether the Dolce and Gabbana pants suit cost $3 990.
Wearing no accessories except a plain silver band on her right finger and her wedding ring on the other, her crystal-embellished button added some sophistication to the look.
She completed her business-ready attire with a pair of black heels. Ivanka also kept her make-up to a minimum with a light blush, a dusty rose matte lipstick, and dark smokey eye.
Tonight and tomorrow: catch @IvankaTrump’s interview with @NPR’s own @tamarakeithNPR regarding today’s summit on paid leave and child care. Segment to air tonight and then on Morning Edition tomorrow morning. pic.twitter.com/eGan5zbR5X— Carolina Hurley (@CLH45) December 12, 2019
As a mother of three, childcare and paid leave is an important issue to her. According to CNN, she has been working on the issues behind the scenes for the past two years.
The first daughter's dedicated focus to championing the issues affecting working families is related to her larger initiatives related to global women's economic empowerment.
A day earlier, she attended another event, which had personal significance to her family. Ivanka, along with her husband Jared Kushner and their children attended the annual Hanukkah reception at the White House.
They joined the first lady, Melania Trump, in the East Room to watch President Donald sign an executive order on anti-semitism.
It was a proud moment for Ivanka and Jared to have their children there at the historic event because they both practice Judaism.
She grew up as a member of the Presbyterian church, then converted to Judaism when she married her husband in 2009.