Ivanka Trump made a bold sartorial statement on Thursday morning when she left her D.C. home in a pretty pink pantsuit, hours after netting an impressive $4 million for her father’s re-election campaign during a virtual fundraising event.
And judging by her vibrant choice of outfit, it seems the First Daughter was in a bright mood as she headed into the office, perhaps using her stylish ensemble as an expression of her excitement over the financial triumph.
Ivanka, 38, also sent another message with her choice of accessories – namely the floral face mask that she used to cover her mouth and nose in a nod to the CDC’s recommendation that everyone wear the protective gear in public to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
Strut your stuff! Ivanka Trump made a bold sartorial statement on Thursday when she stepped out in a vibrant pink pantsuit
Chic: The 38-year-old’s ensemble was cinched at the waist with a burgundy sash
In recent weeks, Ivanka has become accustomed to coordinating her outfits with her choice of face covering, having clearly built up an impressive wardrobe of options since the pandemic began.
For her latest pick, the mom-of-three plumped for a white fabric that was printed with pretty red flowers, which perfectly matched the bold crimson color of the sash around her waist.
To top off the outfit, Ivanka added a pair of nude pointed-toe heels, and she carried a white clutch.
Clearly ready to seize the day, the First Daughter also ensured her glam was on par with the rest of her look, styling her hair in loose waves, and adding several layers of mascara to her lashes.
Ivanka has had a busy week filled with events – not least the online fundraiser for her father – and Thursday was no different, with the special adviser to the White House revealing on Instagram that she was set to start her day with a U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) event.
There, Ivanka and DFC CEO Adam Boehler discussed new targets for the Women’s Global Development and Prosperity Initiative, a project that was established by the President in February 2019 and has since been spearheaded by his daughter.
Speaking at the event, Ivanka revealed that the W-GDP is aiming to raise $6 billion in capital that will be used to fund women-owned and women-led projects around the world.
‘The Trump Administration is committed to ensuring that women have an equal opportunity to participate in the economy at home and around the world,’ Ivanka said in a statement.
Safety first: The First Daughter also added a white floral face mask to her ensemble, matching the color of the flowers to the sash of her power suit
Final touches: She topped off the look with a white clutch and a pair of nude pointed-toe heels
Glam: Ivanka had her blonde hair styled in chic waves, and she’d added layers of mascara to her lashes before leaving her D.C. home
‘W-GDP’s 2X initiative is taking bold action with a new goal of $6 billion in capital to support women-owned, women-led, and women-supporting projects across the world. Through W-GDP, we are addressing the systemic barriers that women face in the developing world.’
Ivanka has set her financial sights high this week, announcing the new W-GDP goal just hours after raking in $4 million for Trump’s re-election campaign.
Work: On Thursday morning, Ivanka announced a new W-GDP initiative that will aim to devote $6 billion to women-led and women-focused projects around the world
The First Daughter appeared on the Zoom event with Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel, a source with knowledge of the fundraiser told DailyMail.com.
During the fundraiser, President Trump even made a surprise phone call to Ivanka and spoke briefly to her and the more than 70 donors on the call.
The money from the fundraiser went to the Trump Victory fund – a joint fundraising committee benefiting the president’s campaign, the RNC, and roughly two dozen state parties.
Ivanka, who serves as an unpaid adviser in the White House, is the second highest requested fundraiser next to the president, according to the source.
Her $4 million haul tops the $1.7 million that Elizabeth Warren raised for Joe Biden last Friday. But, in June, Warren brought in $6 million for Biden in his largest single-event to date.
And that is not all that Ivanka has achieved this week.
On Tuesday, she spoke out against human trafficking during an event at the White House, calling it the ‘gravest of human rights violations,’ while celebrating the Trump administration’s pledge to issue more than $35 million in grants to survivors.
Busy! On Tuesday, Ivanka co-hosted a roundtable discussion about the Department of Justice’s Housing Assistance Grants for Victims of Human Trafficking
Go-to look: She donned floral number by Andrew Gn that features billowing sleeves and a matching belt with an intricate buckle
Surprise: It was announced at the event that the Trump administration will issue $35 million in grants to 73 organizations across 33 states to house victims of human trafficking
Ivanka joined Attorney General William Barr in hosting a roundtable discussion about the Housing Assistance Grants for Victims of Human Trafficking in the Indian Treaty Room of the Eisenhower Executive Office Building in Washington, D.C.
She looked elegant in a floral number by Andrew Gn that features billowing sleeves and a matching belt with an intricate buckle. She wore the frock a number of times last year, including her speech at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit in the Netherlands.
The human trafficking event was attended by other administration officials, survivors of human trafficking, and organizations that serve them.
‘In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, combating human trafficking in the U.S. and abroad is critical work,’ Ivanka said in a statement. ‘DOJ’s grant recipients are on the frontlines of this fight, ensuring that survivors across our country are afforded safe and stable housing and empowered with the support and resources they need to rebuild their lives.
‘I am incredibly honored to join Attorney General Barr to highlight these organizations and their tireless and vital work.’
In his opening remarks, Barr called human trafficking an ‘evil scourge’ and thanked Ivanka, the president, and all of the participants for their work to end human trafficking and help survivors.
He went on to announce the Department of Justice’s Housing Assistance Grants for Victims of Human Trafficking.
The $35 million in grants will be issued to 73 organizations across 33 states to house victims of human trafficking. The program is the ‘largest federal investment of its kind.’
Source: Daily Mail