Long before her dad became the President of the United States, Ivanka Trump was always admired for being an enterprising woman with exquisite taste. But it was after she got to work with her dad at the White House that her classic and sophisticated style took the front row and made her one of the best-dressed women in the country. The businesswoman always captures eyes for looking impeccable with classic, elegant pieces with a modern touch. That is why every time she attends an event her outfit becomes a topic of conversation and that is exactly what is happening with the fabulous looks she has worn on her visit to Colombia.
We saw her look regal and very sophisticated in her first event, where she met and shared with female cadets of the Colombian armed forces. There she arrived in a beautiful military green dress with striking flights, by the Colombian designer Johanna Ortiz. For this look, the businesswoman left her hair loose, showing her new cut, and wore cream tip shoes, as well as a straw bag, apparently made by artisans from that country.
Her second engagement was a party with President Iván Duque and First Lady María Ruiz. This time we saw her with a more sensual look, but just as elegant. She wore a yellow dress with floral print, flights and front opening, also by Ortiz. On this occasion, she opted to wear collected hair and a striking red lipstick.
For another event, this one a little more casual, The daughter of the American president went, along with the first lady, to a strawberry farm whose owners are women. For this visit Ivanka chose a cream dress with balloon sleeves and a floral print on the bottom, by Colombian designer Silvia Tcherassi.
The businesswoman left her heels at her hotel and chose white sneakers with gold stripes on the sides, delicate earrings and a bow at the nape of the neck, to complement the beautiful model.
We love that the businesswoman decided to wear pieces by Colombian designers during this quick visit. This country is the first of its official tour in South America. She will also visit Argentina and Paraguay where, as in Colombia, she will promote the Global Initiative for the Development and Prosperity of Women.
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