Ivanka Trump brought the sun when she traveled to Ivory Coast on Tuesday by wearing a bright yellow two-piece suit when boarding an Ethiopian Airlines commercial flight.
The 37-year-old first daughter left Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, after arriving early in the African country on Sunday morning to start the tour for Women & # 39; s Global Development and Prosperity Initiative.
She landed in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, as the second location for her four-day African trip to promote the White House initiative to help 50 million women in developing countries economically by 2025.
Colorful: Ivanka Trump, 37, flew Tuesday from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, to Abidjan, Ivory Coast as part of her solo Africa trip
Stylish: the first daughter wore a Zara two-piece suit and $ 220 floral heels while boarding (pictured) for her next stop during her tour
Bring the sun in: she is in Africa for a four-day tour to promote her Women & # 39; s Global Development and Prosperity Initiative.
On the move: the initiative of the White House senior adviser aims to stimulate 50 million women in 2025 with economic empowerment
For her aircraft gear on Tuesday, Ivanka continued her floral theme from her Monday outfit by combining her $ 220 Zara suit with $ 40 flower heels – which came from her Ivanka Trump shoe collection.
The White House senior adviser was seen with a $ 258 Vince Camuto brown carry bag, which she used last week when she went to work while wearing sunglasses while boarding her Ethiopian Airlines flight.
She held her long blonde hair straight for the flight on the third day of her tour.
Ivanka was later introduced in Abidjan where she was greeted by airport staff and staff.
The stopover in Ivory Coast continues Ivanka & # 39; s tour, focusing on promoting economic empowerment for women in developing countries.
On Monday, she met President Sahle-Work Zewde, and the couple was seen with an animated conversation, with images in which they both laughed during a discussion.
Ivanka shared a photo on her Instagram story of her meeting with the president, who wrote: & # 39; I am honored to meet today with the @sahleworksewde, the only serving female president in Africa! & # 39;
Glad to be here! Ivanka landed in Ivory Coast later on Tuesday, ready to continue the work for her initiative. On her feet were flower heels from her own collection
All smiles: when Ivanka landed in the country, she and the locals greeted her at the airport. She has been busy since she arrived in Africa early on Sunday morning
Blowing a kiss: she held her long blonde hair straight before the flight on the third day of her tour and was pictured on the airport workers – one of whom was a kiss
She continued: & # 39; I enjoyed exchanging ideas and learning from her experiences. Her perspective will inform our work to promote the economic empowerment of women on the continent and beyond. & # 39;
Her outfit on Monday had a different tone than her budget-friendly aircraft clothing, while she was wearing one $ 1,655 floral shirt dress by Emilia Wickstead, which she combined with white heels.
She also attended the meeting of the African Women's Economic Empowerment Dialogue at the United Nations Economic Commission as part of her four-day trip to Africa.
During the meeting, Ivanka sat next to President Sahle-Work Zewde and promoted her efforts for Women & # 39; s Global Development and Prosperity Initiative.
Busy: on Monday, Ivanka and President Sahle-Work Zewde of Ethiopia visited the Women & # 39; s Global Development and Prosperity Initiative
Proud: the first daughter shared on Instagram about a meeting with the first female president of Ethiopia (photo) and called the moment an & # 39; honor & # 39;
Perfect photo: Ivanka kept her makeup simple with blush on her cheekbones and a pale pink lip that matched her floral dress
Earlier on Monday morning, Ivanka visited the Holy Trinity Cathedral to meet with religious leaders and lay a wreath for the people who were killed during the Ethiopian Airlines plane crash last month.
The Boeing 737 Max crashed just a few minutes after taking off from Addis Ababa, with Nairobi the intended destination.
Airlines and countries have since grounded Boeing 737 Max planes in response to the crash over concerns from other defective machines.
Ivanka wore a black dress with short sleeves and matching flats for the visit. She also pulled her hair into a bun and placed a black lace veil on her head for the occasion.
Emotionally: on Monday morning Ivanka showed its respect to the victims who were killed in the plane crash of Ethiopian Airlines last month
Tribute: The first daughter wore a black dress and accompanying flats before placing a wreath at the Holy Trinity Cathedral in Addis Ababa for the victims of the crash
Pleasant: it is Ivanka Trump's first visit to Africa since the White House in February launched the Women's Global Development and Prosperity Initiative
Fun: Ivanka tried her hand at a traditional loom in Moya, a textile and traditional crafts production center, with Moya founder Sara Abera (right) on Sunday
The first daughter's schedule has been busy since she arrived in Addis Ababa early on Sunday morning.
The goal of Ivanka & # 39; s journey is to promote its initiative to empower 50 million women in developing countries in 2025.
Money for the effort will come through USAID, which initially set up a $ 50 million fund with dollars that had already been budgeted.
The President's 2020 budget proposal requires $ 100 million for the initiative, which will also be supported by government programs and private investment.
The White House spending plan would reduce overall funding for diplomacy and development.
Ivanka has made the economic empowerment of women an important part of her portfolio for the White House. She has made a number of international journeys, focusing on these issues, including Japan and India.
Her trip to Africa follows a five-day tour that Melania Trump made there last year, with a focus on child welfare.
However, Ivanka's efforts could be complicated by the President's remarks after his personal remarks about the & # 39; gaps & # 39; in Africa and other regions & # 39; s were leaked to journalists.