What the Trump Family Wore to the Polls

Lauren Tuck
News Editor
Yahoo Style

On Tuesday morning, the Trump family cast their votes at P.S. 59 in New York City. Around 10:30 a.m, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump — wearing a dark suit with a satin, royal blue tie and a matching overcoat with his hair styled in its signature coif — arrived at the public school in Manhattan’s Midtown East neighborhood with his wife Melania and daughter Ivanka.

Melania Trump in a white dress with a camel coat casting her vote on election day.
Melania Trump in a white dress with a camel coat casting her vote on election day. (Photo: Gordon Donovan/Yahoo News)

Melania Trump stuck with her typical style, wearing a white fit-and-flare dress paired with a wool camel coat adorned with gold buttons that she draped over her shoulders. She also kept her large round sunglasses on inside the polling station, and her hair was perfectly blown out in a center part with big barrel curls.


As for Ivanka, who’s set herself apart as a style maven throughout the campaign, she attached her ‘I Voted’ sticker to a white wrap coat that she paired with black trousers and a turtleneck. She was joined by her husband Jared Kushner and 5-year-old daughter, Arabella.

So who’d they all vote for? While that remains a mystery, the answer does seem obvious. Though you can never be too sure…


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