Ivanka Trump stepped out in a pale pink skirt suit to visit Bipartisan Policy Center
Ivanka Trump proved to be a woman with an incredible fashion sense as she discussed pressing issues at the Bipartisan Policy Center.
The 36-year-old First Daughter impressed the crowd with her pale pink skirt suit, as shown in a photo she posted to her Instagram.
Ivanka, who works as a White House senior adviser, donned a peplum blazer paired with a matching pencil skirt with a zipper up the front. She accessorized her outfit with pearl studs in her ears and a pearl brooch on the lapel of her blazer.
She looked striking walking on a pair of kitten heel slingbacks with her long blonde hair parted down the center. Follow us on our Twitter account @amomama_usa to learn more.
She topped off the look with smokey eye make-up and blush-colored lipstick. But she didn't want people's attention focused on her outfit.
She captioned her photo:
"Joined Senators Santorum & Dodd, and many other thought leaders today at the Bipartisan Policy Center to encourage an open + bipartisan dialogue on Paid Family Leave. Each of these discussions brings us one step closer to developing a policy that supports + empowers American working families, and can garner enough momentum and consensus to be signed into law."
While at the Bipartisan Policy Center, Ivanka discussed the paid family leave policy. She expressed confidence that Congress will pass a law that will enable new parents to take paid leave after the birth or adoption of a child.
.@IvankaTrump: “Recognizing that the American workforce is our country’s greatest national asset, tomorrow President Trump will call upon the private sector and industry leaders to do their part and invest in the advancement of our current and future workforce.” pic.twitter.com/bMUUCrERzs— The White House 45 Archived (@WhiteHouse45) July 18, 2018
"Because I'm an optimist. That's the only way you get things done," she said.
She admitted that passing such a law will be an uphill battle. "I am realistic about the time frame, and I am realistic about the difficulty," she said.
Ivanka shares a daughter and two sons with husband, Jared Kushner, a real estate developer. The couple tied the knot in 2005.