Ivanka Trump may be shutting down her fashion business, but with what she wore in Iowa Thursday, she proved that fashion is still very much her business.
When Ivanka boarded Air Force One with her dad in Washington, D.C. for their trip to Iowa, she could be seen wearing a beautiful blue and white polka dotted dress that screamed Americana. Take a look at it in the video below:
The wide white belt, shirt cuffs, and collar contrasted with the medium-dark blue of the dress, making the outfit especially striking.
She paired the outfit with black high heels while she accompanied the president as he toured and spoke at Northeast Iowa Community College in Peosta, Iowa, according to the Telegraph Herald.
Ivanka addressed the audience as well, promoting the Carls D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act she’s been leading the charge on. According to Politico, the revamped act proportions $1 billion of grants to technical education programs to help fill the skills gap in America’s upcoming workforce.
The first daughter called the act “critically important” and received applause after she informed everyone that it had passed the U.S. House and Senate and would be signed by the president.
“Unless I veto it!” her dad joked, earning laughs from the audience and a finger wag from his eldest daughter.
“It’s going to affect 11 million students and workers across the nation who are seeking to acquire the technical skills to be able to thrive in our modern, and increasingly digital, economy,” Ivanka said. “It is very, very exciting.”
“It’s so good,” Trump agreed.