Ivanka Trump started her week on an edgy touch on Monday, spicing up her work outfit with several quirky accessories amid the cool fall morning.
The First Daughter, 35, was pictured heading out of her Washington, D.C. home wearing a bright yellow sweater with a crew neck, which she paired with a neutral-toned slit dress with a thin plaid pattern.
But the most eye-catching elements of Ivanka’s outfits were her accessories, including large earrings that brought touches of dark blue and silver to her look, as well as black pumps with quirky clear heels.
Ready! Ivanka Trump started her week on an edgy touch on Monday, spicing up her work outfit with several quirky accessories amid the cool fall morning
Details: The First Daughter, 35, was pictured heading out of her Washington, D.C. home wearing a bright yellow sweater with a crew neck
Quirky: Ivanka spiced up her already-bold ensemble with some large floral earrings, and clear block heels
Ivanka, who also totted a black purse full of paperwork, headed towards a Secret Service car after leaving her family home in the upscale Kalorama neighborhood.
Her husband and fellow senior White House adviser, 36-year-old Jared Kushner, was also seen this morning heading out, looking businesslike in a suit and tie.
Jared smiled for the cameras as he also walked towards a car on his way to work.
While Ivanka appeared to carry her own paperwork on Monday, last week she needed the help of an assistant to transport all of her documents.
When the first daughter left her home on Thursday, she was seen carrying a small bucket-style handbag on her shoulder, which – although stylish – proved to be no match for all of the items that Ivanka required for a busy day at the office.
Chic show: Ivanka stepped out of her home on Thursday wearing a form-fitting black shirt with a faux choker detail, and flowing black trousers
Indeed, as she made her way out to her waiting SUV, she had to have an assistant follow her with a much larger tote, which appeared to be stuffed to the brim with various sheets of paper, and even a newspaper, as well as a coffee from Starbucks.
Helping hand! Her assistant was seen carrying a much larger black tote stuffed with papers to the waiting SUV, along with a Starbucks coffee
It is possible that the First Daughter’s bulging tote was full of paperwork regarding her recent campaign to increase STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education in schools.
Ivanka wasted no time in spreading awareness about the program, joining Brad Smith, the President of Microsoft, and Hadi Partovi, CEO of Code.org, for a morning of coding with young students at the Middleburg Community Charter School on Wednesday morning.
Spreading the message: Ivanka joined Brad Smith, the President of Microsoft, for a morning of coding last Wednesday, in order to promote STEM education in schools
Ivanka also traveled on a solo trip to Detroit last Tuesday to appear on a panel discussing the importance of STEM education in schools, particularly among young girls.
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