Ivanka Trump wore a light brown coat dress as she was spotted leaving the White House with acting Chief of Staff Mick Mlvaney. In her role as a political advisor for the US President, Donald Trump, 73, Ivanka headed for the the G20 summit in Osaka, Japan. She kept her look casual in a coat dress which had three-quarter length sleeves and a oversized fit. The collarless coat was buttoned up from the top to the hem.
Ivanka she showed off her figure in the loose coat by wearing a large white belt around her waist.
The coat had big tan buttons down it with pockets on either side, which were fastened shut.
At the bottom, the skirt flared out into peplum style pleats.
The look cut off at the knee and Ivanka displayed her pins by leaving her legs bare.
She accessorised the look with a pair of white heels which had tan and black blocks of colour on the toe.
In her hand, the US President’s daughter carried a large white handbag with black stitching.
She wore her hair down and straight, styled into a middle parting.
The First Daughter wore a pair of large light brown aviator sunglasses as she boarded for Japan.
At the summit, the former model will meet one-on-one with counterparts from Turkey, Australia, Germany and India.
She is also planning to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Earlier this week, Ivanka was seen looking stylish as she carried out other duties of her of Donald Trump’s advisor.
She opted for a classy fitted monochrome dress as she met with other advisors and the President at the White House.
The look took inspiration from one she wore to attend the Trump rally in Orlando with her husband, Jared Kushner.
Recently, she stepped out dressed for summer in a lovely blue tropical print dress to attend a ceremony in Washington.
The colourful dress had flute sleeves and a frilly collar.