First Daughter and White House advisor Ivanka Trump has been turning some major heads in South America for her fashion sense as much as her politics! The New York native stunned in a red dress on Thursday night in Lima, Peru. And she also knocked ’em dead when she toured the Lima Stock Exchange in a floral print dress by Altuzarra.
Here’s the scoop from our friends at The Daily Caller:
Ivanka Trump sizzled in a red dress on her trip to Lima, Peru for the CEO Summit of the Americas.
The first daughter looked incredible in the sleeveless red satin number that went down just past her knees.
“Dinner at the historic Huaca Pucllana with President @MartinVizcarraC, IDB President Moreno, US Cabinet Secretaries and CEOs, culminating a great first day at the CEO Summit of the Americas in Lima. #SummitAmericas,” Trump tweeted Thursday, along with a couple of pictures from the evening.
Earlier in the day, the first daughter spoke at the Lima Stock Exchange to encourage women to take on more “leadership roles in the workplace.”
“Today I joined an impressive group of alumni from several US initiatives that empower emerging leaders, particularly women, and guide their path for future success! Thank you for sharing your inspiring experiences,” Trump captioned one of her posts on Instagram.
Here’s more from The Daily Mail:
Ivanka Trump was all smiles as she toured the Lima Stock Exchange in a $1,693 floral dress by Altuzarra while in Peru for the Summits of the Americas trade conference.
The 36-year-old first daughter will be announcing an initiative ‘to propel women’s economic empowerment’ in Latin America on Thursday, and she excitedly took to Instagram Stories to document her trip.
Ivanka Trump is the perfect example of a modern woman: she’s intelligent, hard-working, and still manages to look and feel great! And what’s even more impressive, she hasn’t turned her femininity into a commodity or a political issue. She simply is who she is and she doesn’t apologize for it.
Remember when her father hilariously quipped during the 2016 presidential contest, “We’ll have a woman president, just not this one?” Well, what about Ivanka in a few years?
Would you vote for Ivanka Trump?