Presidential daughter, Ivanka Trump, attended the Inauguration activities like the former reality TV personality and fashion model that she is. Ivanka caught everyone’s attention at the National Prayer Service event with a bold burgundy ensemble from head-to-toe. Ivanka came in a velvet wrap dress coat with a matching suede heels. The burgundy suede pumps are from her namesake label, Ivanka, called Kayden.
The pumps are worth $49.97 on Nordstromrack.com. But the entrepreneur, having a penchant for using her namesake label, prefers to use the pumps on a bargain during the National Prayer Service event. Ivanka even completed her look with a bag, hair accessory and gloves with the same color. As a businesswoman, Bankrate wrote that Ivanka is worth $300 million. This came from her own fashion line, The Ivanka Trump Collection. Her collection covers everything from jewelry to handbags and sold in major department stores in US.
With my family at the inaugural interfaith prayer service at National Cathedral. pic.twitter.com/95SeiXx0sB
— Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) January 22, 2017
It’s not just about business, It’s about family
Ivanka got dressed in support of his father’s Inauguration activities. Footwear News also reports that even before Donald Trump’s victory on the presidency, Ivanka was already holding up to her father by stepping away from her businesses. The former reality TV personality was able to adapt and become a business person like her father. But her business plans were placed on hold to support Donald on his journey to the White House. Ivanka shared her emotional side on an ABC “20/20” interview when she decided to go on a hiatus on running her brand while pursuing her passions along with her father.
Ivanka’s fashion statement did not only bring color to the event. It also inspired her father’s wife, First Lady Melania Trump. Also a former model, Melania went to the event with an all-blue number matching it with patent leather blue pumps. The First Lady opted to match President Donald Trump’s look on the said event.
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