Ivanka Trump wore a white peplum top from her own brand to two events at the White House on Thursday, February 23, 2017.
In the morning, Ivanka attended a meeting with CEOs of manufacturing companies.
Politico explains that the CEOs first met in small groups in Eisenhower Executive Office building:
In the Workforce of the Future group, Ivanka Trump, Commerce Secretary-designee Wilbur Ross and Small Business Administration chief Linda McMahon facilitated the conversation, in which one CEO talked about the necessity of making manufacturing jobs more attractive to young people. Multiple people in the room praised European-style apprenticeship programs.
The group then moved to the State Dining Room of the White House. In the photograph above, Ivanka is pictured with Andrew Liveris from The Dow Chemical Co. and Reed Cordish, the White House assistant of intragovernmental and technology initiatives. (Source: Getty).
Ivanka shared a photograph from the meetings to her Instagram account:
More from Betsy Klein’s article for CNN:
“The administration is focused on bringing back manufacturing jobs to the United States and Ivanka has been particularly focused on planning for the future to ensure the American worker is prepared for these opportunities,” a White House official said, adding Ivanka Trump “was a crucial voice in today’s discussion.”
In the afternoon, Ivanka sat in on a listening session about human trafficking, which took place in the White House Roosevelt Room.
Below she is shown shaking hands with Gary Haugen of the International Justice Mission. The President is shaking hands with Holly Gibbs from Dignity Health’s Human TRafficking Response Program (Source: Getty).
“Ivanka has previously met with some of the groups participating today and suggested the meeting to the President who agreed immediately. It is such an important issue on both sides of the aisle and there is a real opportunity to make a difference,” the official said.
Ivanka shared a photo after the listening session to her Instagram account:
#latergram from last week’s meeting at The White House with the President and representatives from organizations that are working hard to combat human trafficking. @realdonaldtrump committed to bringing the “full force and weight” of the US government to bear as his administration addresses this epidemic both domestically and across the globe. #enditmovement
Now on to what Ivanka wore to the meetings.
The shirt is referred to as the “fringe top.” (Notice the striped skirt labeled number “9” was also recently worn by Ivanka about a week later.) Here is a closer look at the texture of the shirt, which appears to be covered in fringe.
(This is also a nice photo of Ivanka’s hairstyle, which was straightened with some additional volume at the crown.)
The top has cap sleeves, crew neck, and a peplum design. The Ivanka Trump website shows the top styled four different ways for spring.
Ivanka styled her fringe top with a pair of black pants, most like this look:
Until Ivanka’s exact top becomes available, try this white textured peplum top by Elle:
Here we can see that Ivanka is wearing a different pair of pants without the white piping shown on the model.
Although the photographs are not clear enough to get a definitive ID on the pants, Ivanka may be wearing the Crepe Straight Leg Pants from her own brand.
The “[m]id-rise pant boasts a flattering straight leg on a crisp crepe fabrication.”
There are front hand pockets, faux back pockets with button detail, and a belt loop waist. There is a zip fly with a double-button closure. The material is 100 percent polyster.
The pants are available for $89.
Finally, we did not get a very clear look at Ivanka’s shoes but they appear to be the same pair that she wore the previous day when she visited the Supreme Court.
Photo credit: The Daily Mail / AP.
The shoes appear to have a tassel bow on the back. The closest match are these Jessica Simpson Centella tassel bow pumps.
These are leather pumps with a memory midsole. The heel is about 4 inches tall with a tassel detail on the back. These pumps are available for about $55, depending on size.
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