Ivanka Trump showed off her slim waist in a $1,190 dalmatian-print skirt by Burberry as she visited a farm in Raleigh, North Carolina, while campaigning for her father.
The White House senior advisor took to Instagram on Wednesday — the day after her trip — to share photos from her trip, including snapshots of herself flashing the peace sign and perusing the fresh produce and jams being sold by the farm.
Ivanka, 38, cut a stylish figure in a long-sleeve black top with a choker-style neckline and an eye-catching cut-out across the chest that she tucked into her high-waisted designer skirt.
Strike a pose: Ivanka Trump flashed the peace sign while visiting a farm in Raleigh, North Carolina, on Tuesday while campaigning for her father, President Donald Trump
Buying local: The White House senior adviser shared photos of herself picking up jam while shopping in the farm’s store
The Burberry skirt is from 2019, and she first wore it in London with a matching dalmatian-print pussy-bow blouse during a visit to the UK.
This time around, she topped off the look with a black fabric face mask — one of her must-haves for public visits — and a pair of classic black pumps.
President Donald Trump’s eldest daughter also had a red string bracelet on her left wrist. Though she hasn’t spoken about its purpose, it does bear a resemblance to the type of red string that Kabbalah practitioners wear to ward off the ‘evil eye.’
Ivanka wore her blonde hair center-parted and straightened, her go-to look while traveling from state to state on the campaign trail.
Eating on the road: The next morning, Ivanka shared that she had the strawberry jam she got at the store for breakfast
Say cheese! Ivanka pose for photos with farmers and patrons at the farm
Festive: The front porch of the farm’s store was decorated with pumpkins just in time for Halloween
She was photographed throughout the visit, and in one image, she can be seen giving the peace sign while standing on the farm store’s front porch, which was lined with pumpkins.
Others show her posing with farmers and visitors as she toured the grounds.
Ivanka later addressed a crowd of about 75 people during a conversation with columnist Mercedes Schlapp, a former White House director of strategic communications.
In her photo caption, the First Daughter revealed that she picked up strawberry jam on the farm and has already dug into it.
‘Support America’s Small Farms!’ she wrote. ‘Before campaigning for @realdonaldtrump in Florida today, I enjoyed a breakfast made sweeter by strawberry jam grown with love by brothers Roger and Forest Ball of North Carolina.’
Outfit of the day: The former model donned a black top with a cut-out and choker neckline tucked into a $1,190 dalmatian-print skirt by Burberry
Having a laugh: Ivanka later joined columnist Mercedes Schlapp at a Trump campaign event
A little too close: Ivanka removed her protective face mask to take the state, though she and Schlapp did not sit six feet apart
Crowd: About 75 people were seated outside the farm at the Trump campaign event
Ivanka was dressed to impress on Wednesday when she headlined a ‘Make America Great Again’ event at Top Rocker Field in Fort Myers.
The First Daughter stood out in a striking pink pantsuit featuring burgundy piping down the legs and a matching sash that cinched her waist.
She suit, like her Burberry skirt from Tuesday, was a recycled look. She was first seen wearing it leaving her Washington. D.C. home in August.
Ivanka, who had just come from a private fundraising event in Naples, had a bright smile on her face as she took the stage.
After wearing her hair down for the entire week, she had it pulled back in an elegant bun at the nape of her neck.
Striking colors: Ivanka was dressed to impress in a pink suit on Wednesday when she headlined a ‘Make America Great Again’ event at Top Rocker Field in Fort Myers
Feeling good: Ivanka, who had just come from a private fundraising event in Naples, had a bright smile on her face as she took the stage
New style: After wearing her hair down for the entire week, she had it pulled back in an elegant bun at the nape of her neck
Not so socially distant: Attendees, many of whom were wearing red MAGA caps, were crowded together to listen to Ivanka speak
While addressing the crowd, she defended the Trump administration’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, insisting that ‘the Republican Party is the party for safe re-openings,’ according to Florida Politics.
The campaign rally was heavy on the praise, though Ivanka admitted that her father’s bluntness and Twitter attacks were controversial.
‘I recognize my father’s communication style is not to everybody’s taste, that his tweets can feel a bit unfiltered,’ she said.
It’s been a whirlwind week for the White House senior advisor, who has been traveling across the country to stump for her father.
On Tuesday, Ivanka was in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to host a conversation with Schlapp, who has joined her at numerous campaign events in recent weeks.
All smiles: Ivanka donned a $550 navy blue peplum top by Scanlan Theodore and a matching $400 pencil skirt on Tuesday to speak at the Polish Center of Wisconsin
Chatting: Ivanka was joined on stage by Schlapp, who has appeared at a number of campaign events in recent months
Another stop: Ivanka later toured Kinetic Co Inc.’s facility in Greendale, Wisconsin, with the company’s president, Cash Masters
Dad on duty: While Ivanka was in Wisconsin on Tuesday, her husband Jared Kushner took their three children to school
She donned a $550 navy blue peplum top by Scanlan Theodore and a matching $400 pencil skirt to speak at the Polish Center of Wisconsin in Franklin, a suburb of Milwaukee.
Despite her non-stop traveling, Ivanka looked well-rested and had a bright smile on her face as she took the stage. Her hair was perfectly styled, and she sported smokey eye makeup and dusty rose lipstick for the event.
Ivanka later threw on a $1,690 trench coat by Khaite to tour Kinetic Co Inc.’s facility in Greendale with the company’s president, Cash Masters.
While the mother of three was away on Tuesday, her husband, fellow White House senior adviser Jared Kushner, was seen leaving their Washington, D.C. home around 7:30 a.m. with their daughter Arabella, nine, and sons Joseph, seven, and Theodore, four.
On the campaign trail: Ivanka made a surprise visit to Robinette’s Apple Haus & Winery in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on Monday while stumping for her father
‘Tis the season: The White House senior adviser took to Instagram to share photos from the visit, including a picture of herself posing with children dressed in Halloween costumes
When in Michigan! Ivanka helped make caramel apples while inside the orchard
Having fun: Ivanka couldn’t resist touching a giant pumpkin that was on display outside
Fall weather: Ivanka kept warm in a sand-colored double-breasted wool coat as she posed for pictures with employees and visitors
A woman who appeared to be the children’s nanny gave Jared, 39, a helping hand with the kids, adjusting their backpacks before they hopped in the Secret Service SUV parked outside the home and headed to school.
Ivanka and Jared’s children attend Milton Gottesman Jewish Day School in Washington, D.C.
On Monday, Ivanka was in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and she later shared photos of herself making a surprise visit at Robinette’s Apple Haus & Winer, where she picked up some sweet treats and posed with children in Halloween costumes.
‘My breakfast on the road this morning included the delicious cider and donuts I picked up yesterday at Robinette’s Orchard, a West Michigan mainstay for the past 100 years and counting!’ she captioned the images.
Ivanka was bundled up in an A-line double-breasted coat that covered most of her outfit. A hint of blue could be seen peeking out the top of the sand-colored coat, and she topped off the look with a pair of tan pumps.
Hard to resist: Ivanka picked up cider and doughnuts while visiting the orchard
Yum: The mother of three revealed in her caption that she had the cider and doughnuts for breakfast on Tuesday morning
Bonding: Ivanka held hands and shared a laugh with one woman at the orchard
Next stop: Ivanka later spoke at Wildwood Family Farms in Alto, a suburb of Grand Rapids, wearing a cornflower blue dress featuring a pleated midi skirt
Her blonde hair was center-parted and styled straight for the outing, and while she usually wears a fabric face mask that matches her outfit, she opted for a blue medical mask for her visit to the orchard.
In one sweet snapshot, she can be seen posing with a group of children who were dressed up for Halloween.
Another shows her perusing the desserts that were for sale inside the orchard. Her attention was on a child who was pointing at one of the confections in the case.
Ivanka also took a turn at making caramel apples as she met with employees and visitors at the orchard.
President Donald Trump’s eldest daughter later spoke at Wildwood Family Farms in Alto, a suburb of Grand Rapids, where she discussed deregulation and economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.