Tiffany Trump looks stunning in tank top and worn-out loafers as she celebrates law school graduation

In the photo, Tiffany was seen holding a sign for the Georgetown Law Cyberlaw Society


                            Tiffany Trump looks stunning in tank top and worn-out loafers as she celebrates law school graduation
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Tiffany Trump has graduated from law school and to celebrate the milestone in her life, she kept it casual by posing in a tank top and worn-out shoes.

Although she is the less-talked-about daughter of President Donald Trump, given that her step-sister is the senior advisor to the POTUS, she has been on the news a handful of times during her father's presidency, especially when she appeared at White House or campaign rallies, supporting her father. However, May 17 was a big day for Tiffany as she shared a collage of images on Instagram, celebrating her graduation from Georgetown Law.

See the photo here.

In the largest photo of the lot, Tiffany was seen holding a sign for the Georgetown Law Cyberlaw Society. In the snap, she donned a grey tank top with pink bottoms, which she paired with a pink baseball cap and white loafers, which seemed old. Since much of the bottom half of her body was hidden behind the sign, it was hard to tell if her pink bottoms were a pair of shorts or a skirt.

Tiffany's sense of fashion has been characterized by Aruna Seth, the creative director and founder of her own footwear brand, as feminine, something that mimicked her own style statements. “I love Tiffany’s style — it’s very young, elegant and feminine. We met a couple of years ago, and she has been very supportive of my brand,” Seth told Footwear News back in May 2019. “She loves the quality and the comfort.”

Tiffany Trump poses backstage for Taoray Wang fashion show during New York Fashion Week (Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images)

The first daughter favors Aruna's brand, which often features her signature butterfly crystal embellishments. She is also fond of dresses made with lace and pastels. As for the kind of footwear, Tiffany tends to favor classic styles like pointed-toed pumps or sleek sandals. She also owns slip-on espadrille-sneaker hybrids and strappy metallic ballet flats for casual events. However, for events at the White House or other high-profile appearances, Tiffany mostly can be spotted in high heels. 

Tiffany, who attended the University of Pennsylvania as an undergrad, was unable to have an in-person traditional graduation ceremony because of the coronavirus pandemic that has forced people to practice social distancing. She finished her final classes last week after three years at Georgetown Law. She was last photographed attended this year's State Of The Union address on February 4, along with the rest of Trump's children.

Tiffany Trump attends the Taoray Wang - Front Row during New York Fashion Week (Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images)

Tiffany took a break from her studies at Georgetown Law School to attend the highly prestigious Washington DC event dressed in a gorgeous pastel purple dress. She chose to wear a lilac purple skirt and a matching blazer jacket. The attire was belted across the middle, which added that extra oomph. Her straightened hair was parted down the middle and a dark eye makeup perfectly complimented the color of her outfit. Michael Boulos, Tiffany Trump's boyfriend, was also present at the public event, showing support for her father.

Before the event began, Tiffany’s mom and Trump's second wife Marla Maples took to Instagram to share a message that was later reposted by her daughter on her own social media page. “All I ask is that you tune in with an open heart, an open mind and just listen,” Marla wrote. “I pray as my daughter does that we can leave judgments of the past aside and just listen, maybe learn something new, and surround our Congress and country with positive energy. We each have the choice to speak into those things we believe in, vote for who we choose and move beyond this painful dissension.”

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