Ivanka Trump stuns in new sleek hairstyle and white suit dress as she lands in Colombia to promote Trump's women initiative
Ivanka Trump is scheduled to visit Colombia, Argentina, and Paraguay to promote the Trump administration's Women’s Global Development and Prosperity Initiative.
First daughter Ivanka Trump was seen glowing as she flaunted her new blonde bob while arriving in Bogota in Colombia. She will be encouraging the economic empowerment of women in developing countries.
She was seen sporting a double-breasted suit dress that fell above the knees. The dress featured large pleats and was cinched around the waist. The v-neck dress seemed to be the perfect balance between youth and power. It was also similar to the blazers worn by her father, POTUS Donald Trump. Ivanka also sported a pearl pendant that was attached to her left lapel. To finish off the outfit, she wore a pair of pointed white heels and a pair of silver earrings.
Earlier the same day, Ivanka was seen boarding her plane at the Joint Base Andrews in Maryland while sporting a navy blue midi-dress estimated to be worth $170. She also sported a bright red belt from J. Crew. The dress featured a halter neckline with the belt cinching her waist. She sported a pair of matching red high heels and some hoop earrings. During the first few years of Trump being president, Ivanka had always kept her hair long, either straight or in loose waves. She had initially cut her hair to a shoulder bob in late July before repeating the hairstyle again for a second time.
Given that her hair looked a bit longer, it was understood that she had cut her hair over the holiday weekend. She sported her new hairdo with grace and had it side-parted and poker-straight. She finished off her look with some smokey eye makeup, accentuated lashes and a dusky rose lipstick.
The 37-year-old has been scheduled to visit Colombia, Argentina, and Paraguay to promote the Trump administration's Women’s Global Development and Prosperity Initiative (W-GDP). She had launched the W-GDP earlier this year with the aim of helping empower 50 million women in developing nations by 2025. The program would focus on three main areas - job training, financial assistance, and encouraging legal and regulatory changes.