Ravishing in Red!
Senior White House adviser Ivanka Trump was seen Tuesday morning with her three children heading to the Friends of Lubavitch Synagogue to celebrate the Jewish holiday of Shemini Atzeret.
Dressed to the nines, Ivanka wore a bright red coat from Carolina Herrera. She first wore this red coat earlier this year in February in Munich for the Munich Security Conference as part of her commitment to encourage women’s economic empowerment. The fit-and-flare double-faced wool coat features a scarf collar that adds a feminine finish to the look. From the 2018 Carolina Herrera collection, this coat is sadly sold out.
Under the red coat was a black and white polka dot midi dress. She paired the coat with black suede pumps to match the dress. To keep with the Jewish religious strict dress code when attending a synagogue, Ivanka covered her head with a black pillbox hat, a style made famous by former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy during the 1960s.
The kids were seen riding their scooters heading to the synagogue. Ivanka’s sons were all bundled up in puffy coats, which they wore over their button-down shirts and khakis. Arabella, on the other hand didn’t wear a coat and was seen in a black and white grid pattern long sleeve dress paired with black ballet flats.
Shemini Atzeret immediately follows the seventh day of the Jewish festival of Sukkot. It is a separate, yet connected, holy day devoted to the spiritual aspects of Sukkot. After staying home for Sukkot at the start of the week, Ivanka returned to work last Wednesday and traveled with her father, President Trump last Thursday to celebrate the opening of a new Louis Vuitton workshop.
Looking to recreate Ivanka’s look for less. check out the high street finds down below.
Red Wool Coat
Black and White Polka Dot Dress