Ivanka Trump remained cozy in shades of blue when she stepped out of her house in Washington D.C. on Thursday after having a book party for her brother Don Jr. the night before. had organized.
The 38-year-old first daughter wore a cornflower-blue mock turtleneck in a navy pleated skirt when she went to work at around 9.45 am and looked well rested, even though she had been out the night before.
Although it was cold in the morning, with the temperature in the 1930s, she was not wearing a coat when she left her house. She also missed panty & # 39; s and chose to expose her legs under her midi skirt.
On her way to work: Ivanka Trump, 38, saw her home in Washington D.C. abandoned on Thursday
Outfit of the day: the first daughter wore a cornflower blue mock turtleneck hidden in a navy pleated skirt
New & # 39; do: Ivanka has updated her favorite hairstyle by wearing her blonde bob in loose waves to wear her face
Ivanka finished her outfit with a hanger hanging from her neck, a pair of navy suede stilettos that matched her skirt, and a navy leather handbag.
She has updated her favorite hairstyle by wearing her blonde bob in loose waves that framed her face, though she clung to her characteristic smoky eye makeup and dusty pink lipstick.
The White House senior adviser seemed to be in a good mood as Wednesday marked the first public house allegation against her father, President Donald Trump, who called the investigation a "hoax" and a "sham".
Democrats are investigating whether the president has abused his office when he pressured the Ukrainian government to investigate his political rivals, but Ivanka did not seem to worry when she went to work on Thursday.
Additions: the senior advisor of the White House has embellished her look with a navy handbag and heels
Headed out: the mother of three had a smile on her face as she walked out of the bottom gate of her house and went to the secret service vehicle parked on the sidewalk
No worries: Ivanka seemed to be in a good mood as Wednesday entered the first public deposition of the public house against her father, President Donald Trump
The mother of three had a smile on her face as she walked out of the bottom gate of her house and went to the secret service vehicle parked on the curb.
Earlier in the day, Ivanka & # 39; s husband, White House co-adviser, Jared Kushner, waved a wave when he went to work just after 7.30.
On the evening of the first impeachment hearings, Ivanka and Jared, 38, organized an invitation-only party for her older brother, Don Jr. in honor of his new book, & # 39; Triggered & # 39 ;.
The first daughter wore a silky pink pajama-inspired suit at the soiree, which was held at Top of the Hay, an event location at the Hay-Adams hotel with panoramic views of the White House and the city skyline.
Jared roasted his brother-in-law for the success of his new book and announced that & # 39; Triggered & # 39; had reached number one on the New York Times bestseller list.
Departure: Earlier in the day, Ivanka & # 39; s husband, White House co-adviser Jared Kushner, gave a wave when he went to work just after 7.30.
Night out: on Wednesday, the evening of the first impeachment hearings, Ivanka and Jared organized a book party for her brother Don Jr.
Clothing: the first daughter was wearing a silky pink pajama-inspired suit at the soiree, which was held at Top of the Hay, an event location at the Hay-Adams hotel
& # 39; For one day and an hour we will say that they have done real news & # 39 ;, he said.
Don Jr.'s book debuted Wednesday night at number one on the New York Times bestseller list – but with a dollar symbol next to it indicating placement, is probably due to a significant number of bulk sales.
Some see the dagger icon as an indication that the author has bought his way to the list of bulk purchases.
Weeks before the book was published, the Republican National Committee offered a signed copy of Triggered for anyone who donated $ 50 or more.
Don Jr. & # 39; s father too Reportedly gamed The New York Times bestseller list by having the Trump organization buy his book when he & # 39; The Art of the Deal & # 39; in 1987, years before the publication began to use the dagger symbol to protect the integrity of the rankings.