On the eve of the inauguration, members of the Trump family stepped out in a number of cold-weather looks by various designers.
First Lady Melania Trump wore a Norisol Ferrari military-inspired knee-length coat, while Ivanka opted for a green look from Oscar de la Renta that she paired with pumps of her own design. Tiffany Trump, the 23-year-old daughter of President Donald Trump, looked sophisticated bundled up in her sister’s label.
Tiffany, a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, was seen on her way to Washington, D.C., from New York in a $325 Ivanka Trump asymmetrical wool coat that featured a tie at the waist. She paired the jacket with a light pink scarf and embellished black pumps.
Tiffany later changed into a black, fitted double-breasted military-style peacoat with gold buttons, reportedly from alice + olivia by Stacey Bendet, for the inauguration welcome concert at the Lincoln Memorial.
Meanwhile, Ivanka Trump looked stunning in a green look from renowned designer Oscar de la Renta on Thursday, which she wore with nude pumps from her own label and black sunglasses. Her heels appear to be the Kayden 4 pump in suede, which retail for $130.
Although the 35-year-old mother of three recently announced that she would be stepping down from her role at her namesake apparel and accessories brand, she still seems to be wearing items from the company.
This move came after Trump caught flack for seemingly promoting her products on public stages. At the Republican National Convention, her brand tweeted out a link to buy the light blue dress she opted for.
Additionally, after an appearance 60 Minutes for which she wore a $10,800, 18K yellow gold diamond bangle from her eponymous jewelry line, a public relations representative sent an email to journalists offering style details on the expensive bangle.
Ivanka Trump brand president Abigail Klem said in a statement that a well-intentioned employee was to blame for the release. “We are proactively discussing new policies and procedures with all of our partners going forward,” Klem noted at the time, which was just days after the election in November.
As a number of designers made statements refusing to dress the First Lady, the subject of Melania’s inaugural wear has become a much-talked-about topic. Heightened interest in the dress of all the Trump women has come out of it as well.