Ivanka Trump has returned to her busy travel schedule after spending the first half of the week at home with her family celebrating the Jewish holiday of Sukkot.
The 37-year-old first daughter was dressed to impress when she stepped out of her Washington, D.C. home on Thursday morning donning a crisp white blazer and black cropped pants.
Headed off: Ivanka Trump, 37, was seen leaving her Washington, D.C. home a little after 9 a.m. on Thursday morning
Outfit of the day: The first daughter was dressed to impress in a crisp white blazer with black buttons that matched her cropped pants
work trip: Ivanka and her husband, fellow White House senior adviser Jared Kushner, traveled to Johnson County, Texas, with her father, President Donald Trump, later on in the day
The White House senior adviser tried out a glamorous new ‘do for the occasion, opting to wear her blonde bob parted to the side and styled in old Hollywood-inspired finger waves.
The ladylike hairstyle, which was worn by actress-turned-princess Grace Kelly in the ’50s, was a sharp juxtaposition to her structured outfit.
Her white blazer featured dramatic wide collar and three black buttons that matched her cropped black trousers.
Ivanka wore the same jacket to the United Nations General Assembly last month but paired it with matching trousers to make an eye-catching power suit.
She carried a black leather Chanel at the time, and she also grabbed the tote when she stepped out on Thursday morning.
Standout style: She tried out a glamorous new ‘do for the occasion, opting to wear her blonde bob parted to the side and styled in old Hollywood-inspired finger waves
Inspiration? The ladylike hairstyle was worn by actress-turned-princess Grace Kelly in the ’50s
Big day: Ivanka and Jared will be joining her father at a ribbon-cutting ceremony at a new Louis Vuitton manufacturing workshop near Keene, Texas
Bling: Ivanka wore minimal jewelry aside from large diamond studs in her ears
Added touch: The mother-of-three gave her go-to Chanel bag a stylish update by tying a scarf around one of the handles
The mother-of-three gave her go-to bag a stylish update by tying a scarf — the same one she wore to synagogue on Monday — around one of the handles.
Favorite: Ivanka wore the same white blazer to the UN General Assembly last month
Ivanka accessorized her minimalist outfit with classic accessories: a pair of large diamond stud earrings and black pumps.
She left the front gate of her home a little after 9 a.m. while her husband, fellow White House senior adviser Jared Kushner, was out the door an hour and a half earlier.
The couple reunited at work and were seen boarding Air Force one together at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland ahead of their trip to Texas with the president and other members of his administration.
Ivanka and Jared will be joining her father at a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Louis Vuitton Rochambeau Ranch, LVMH’s new workshop.
LVMH Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Bernard Arnault is among the top Louis Vuitton executives who are expected to attend the event.
The French luxury brand has 24 workshops worldwide, including two facilities in California, though most of them are in Europe. With the opening of the new factory, the company plans to create 1,000 jobs in Texas within the next five years.
Early bird:Jared, 38, was seen leaving their home at around 7:30 in the morning on Thursday
Signature: The dad wore his standard navy blue suit and a gray silk tie for his trip to Texas
Accessory: Ivanka threw on a pair of glamorous cat-eye sunglasses at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland
On the go: President Trump gave a wave before boarding Air Force One ahead of his daughter
Right behind him: Ivanka and Jared were getting out of their Secret Service vehicle as her father boarded the aircraft
Ready to go: Ivanka and Jared both carried their black work bags as they walked up Air Force One’s stairs
In addition to the ceremony, President Trump talked about job creation and toured the facility.
Later on in the evening, he will attend a Keep America Great rally at the American Airlines Center in Dallas.
Ivanka took to Twitter on Wednesday to celebrate the opening, writing: ‘Thanks to the Trump Admin’s economic policies @LVMH will open Louis Vuitton Rochambeau in Texas. Along with this investment, LVMH CEO Bernard Arnault Pledged for 1,000 NEW opportunities for local artisans & leather craftsmen.’
The first daughter returned to work on Wednesday, though she kept a low-profile and left in a Secret Service vehicle straight from her garage.
She spent Monday and Tuesday at home with her family celebrating the first days of Sukkot, which began at sundown on Sunday.
Landed: Ivanka had a bright smile on her face when she stepped off Air Force One at Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base in Fort Worth
Watching her step: The first daughter expertly navigated the steps in her high heels
Catching up: Ivanka sat next to her father in his Secret Service vehicle before they boarded Marine One together
Something funny? The first daughter looked amused as she stepped out of the vehicle on the tarmac
Busy day: Ivanka held on to her Chanel bag as she made her way towards the helicopter
Ladies first: Ivanka stepped onto the aircraft ahead of her father for the short helicopter flight
Love was in the air when Ivanka and Jared headed to their local synagogue with their three children on Tuesday. Their daughter Arabella, eight, walked alongside them, while their sons Joseph, six, and Theodore, three, rode scooters.
The couple couldn’t take their eyes off of each other as they walked with their arms wrapped around each other’s waists. When they weren’t holding each other close, the White House senior advisers walked hand in hand.
The family was seen making their way towards the Friends of Lubavitch Synagogue in the D.C. neighborhood of Kalorama, where their home is.
Ivanka cut a stylish figure in a luxe burgundy velvet wrap dress by Oscar de la Renta, which she paired with matching heels.
The first daughter first wore the designer frock to attend the national prayer service at the Washington National Cathedral in January 2017. The dress, which is now sold out, retailed for approximately $4,590.
She kept the look mostly the same on Tuesday, though she ditched the leather gloves she previously wore with it and added a hat instead.
Joining in: Ivanka was right by her dad’s side as they toured the new Louis Vuitton workshop with LVMH CEO Bernard Arnault (third from right) and Alexandre Arnault (second from left)
Sense of humor: The first daughter appeared to have Bernard and Alexandre laughing
Lot’s to talk about: The two chatted away while touring the facility together
Learning moment: The group chatted with an employee at the luxury brand’s new facility
Goal: With the opening of the new factory, the company plans to create 1,000 jobs in Texas within the next five years
In keeping with the religion’s strict dress code, she covered her head with a velvet pillbox hat, a style made popular by former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy in the early 1960s.
Although she wore thick black tights the day before, her legs appeared to be bare on Tuesday morning.
Ivanka’s sleek blond bob was styled straight, and she accessorized her glamorous look with cat-eye sunglasses, pearl earrings, and delicate strands of pearls around her neck.
The family was seen returning from synagogue later that day. Theodore continued to ride his scooter, while Arabella got a piggyback ride from her father. Joseph did not appear to be with them at the time.
Sukkot is a week-long holiday that falls five days after Yom Kippur. It celebrates the gathering of the harvest and the protection that the Israelites received when they left Egypt.
During the first two days of the holiday, work is forbidden, candles are lit in the evening, and meals are followed by Kiddush, a ceremony of prayer and blessing over wine.
Return: Ivanka returned to work on Wednesday after celebrating the first days of the Jewish holiday of Sukkot with her family. She left her home straight from her garage (pictured)
Love in the air: Ivanka and Jared put on a loved up display when they headed to Friends of Lubavitch Synagogue in Washington, D.C. with their three children on Tuesday morning
Happy as can be: The couple’s two sons — Joseph, six, and Theodore, three — rode scooters in front of them while their daughter Arabella, eight, walked next to them
Tuckered out: The family was later seen walking home after attending the holiday celebration and their synagogue
Off they go! Ivanka and Jared also headed to their local synagogue with their kids on Monday morning. Sukkot began at sundown on Sunday, October 13 and will end on October 20
Ivanka and her family were seen walking to the Friends of Lubavitch Synagogue together on Monday morning as well.
The day also happened to be Joseph’s sixth birthday, and all three children were dressed up for the special occasion.
Ivanka converted to Judaism in 2009 to marry Jared, an Orthodox Jew, and they are raising their three children Orthodox as well.
The family’s stroll to the synagogue has become something of an annual tradition since they moved from New York to D.C. at the start of 2017, Ivanka and Jared took on official roles in the Trump administration.
In October of that year, the family was seen making their way to the synagogue with all three of the children riding scooters, while Ivanka and Jared strolled alongside them.
Then, in October 2018, Ivanka was pictured taking Arabella, Joseph, and Theodore to the synagogue for Shemini Atzeret, which immediately follows the seventh day of Sukkot, a separate, yet connected, holy day.