Tiffany Trump Goes Boho in Flowing Floral Dress and Dior Espadrilles for International Daughter’s Day With Mom Marla Maples

Tiffany Trump swapped her usual sharp style for a bohemian look on International Daughter’s Day.

While celebrating the occasion with her mom, Marla Maples, the socialite wore a flowing midi dress with a romantic floral print. The garment featured a lace neckline, slightly puffed sleeves and a tiered skirt, as well. Trump accessorized in coordinated glamorous boho style, wearing a beaded bracelet, delicate layered necklaces and crystal hair clips.

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For footwear, Trump opted for a summer-worthy shoe: Dior’s canvas espadrilles. Her navy and cream Granville pair featured uppers covered in logo embroidery, as well as almond-shaped toes and raffia outsoles. When paired with her boho dress and jewelry, they created an outfit that was both breezy and ideal for warmer temperatures. Her espadrilles retail for $850 on

Dior’s Granville espadrilles. - Credit: Courtesy of Dior

Courtesy of Dior

When it comes to shoes, the former first daughter prefers pointed-toe pumps as her go-to style, which she’s worn for years in neutral tones from brands like Valentino. For events or the red carpet, she regularly appears in open-toed pumps and platform boots by Christian Louboutin. When off-duty, Trump keeps her shoes decidedly more comfortable, often wearing loafers or flats from labels like Aruna Seth.

Add navy espadrilles to your wardrobe, inspired by Tiffany Trump.

Credit: Courtesy of DSW

Courtesy of DSW

To Buy: Lauren Ralph Lauren Caylee espadrilles, $80.

Credit: Courtesy of Saks Fifth Avenue

Courtesy of Saks Fifth Avenue

To Buy: Kate Spade New York Beach Date espadrilles, $98.

Credit: Courtesy of Zappos

Courtesy of Zappos

To Buy: Michael Michael Kors Lillie espadrilles, $78 (was $99).

Click through the gallery to see Tiffany Trump’s style evolution over the years.

Launch Gallery: Tiffany Trump's Style Evolution Through the Years

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