Ivanka Trump donned a $1,250 dress by Colombian fashion designer Johanna Ortiz to surprise volunteers at the Latinos for Trump headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona, on Wednesday.
Ahead of her roundtable discussion with Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey, which was scheduled for later in the day, the 38-year-old White House senior adviser met with her father’s supporters who have been working to help get him reelected.
Ivanka was strategic when picking her outfit, opting to support a Latina designer while visiting the campaign group’s headquarters, where she was photographed wearing a mask while speaking with volunteers.
Pitstop: Ivanka Trump, 38, surprised volunteers at the Latinos for Trump headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona, on Wednesday
Choices: Ivanka was strategic with her outfit, opting to wear a $1,250 dress by Colombian fashion designer Johanna Ortiz
Outfit of the day: Ivanka cut a stylish figure in the white crepe frock, which featured voluminous sleeves, a squared neckline, and a peplum waist that highlighted her figure
She cut a stylish figure in the white crepe frock, which featured voluminous sleeves, a squared neckline, and a peplum waist that highlighted her figure.
The first daughter paired the long-sleeve midi dress with gold stiletto sandals and a playful blue and white tie-dye mask.
Ivanka has faithfully donned a protective face covering for the majority of her public outings, despite her father’s wavering stance on masks.
She has also taken great care to match them to her outfits, with Wednesday’s look being no exception.
Safety first: The first daughter wore a light blue and white tie-dye mask that matched her dress
Greeting: Ivanka gave a volunteer a fist bump while visiting the headquarters
Secretly smiling? While the lower half of Ivanka’s face was hidden behind her mask, she had a twinkle in her eye as she walked around and spoke to her father’s supporters Sa
Cheese! Ivanka took to Instagram to share photos from the event, including a picture of of herself flashing the peace sign while posing with a woman wearing a Latinas for Trump shirt
Her long blonde hair was center-parted and styled in loose waves, a departure from her typically poker-straight locks.
While the lower half of Ivanka’s face was hidden behind her mask, she had a twinkle in her eye as she walked around the headquarters with Gov. Ducey.
She was photographed waving and speaking to volunteers, and at one point, she gave the woman she was talking to a fist bump.
Ivanka also volunteered to work a phone bank at the headquarters and was seen using a cellphone to call someone.
Doing her part: Ivanka also volunteered to work a phone bank at the headquarters
Helping hand: The White House senior adviser was photographed talking to someone on a cellphone while working the phone bank
Pumped up: She excitedly pumped her fist while volunteering at the headquarters
After her visit, she sat down with Gov. Ducey and others to participate in a roundtable discussion about America’s working families.
The first daughter later shared photos from her trip on Instagram, writing: ‘Joined Governor @dougducey and many new friends for phone banking and great discussions today in Phoenix.
‘Heard incredible success stories from hardworking Arizonans — they credit @realdonaldtrump pro-growth economic policies. Arizonans know that POTUS will continue to fight hard for them for the next four years!!’
Ivanka’s trip to Arizona marks the first time the first daughter has visited the state since her father was elected.
Next up: Later in the day, she sat down with Arizona Gov. Ducey and others to participate in a roundtable discussion about America’s working families
Careful: Ivanka gave an elbow bump to business owner Rocky Singh
Ready to go: Ivanka took off her mask before sitting down for the roundtable discussion
Accessory: Ivanka’s dangly earrings peeked out from underneath her blonde hair as she spoke
Too close: While the main panelists were socially distanced, other attendees were not
President Trump was in Arizona just two days prior to attend a roundtable discussion with Latinos for Trump.
Second Lady Karen Pence is slated to visit Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson on Thursday, where she will speak to military spouses.
Meanwhile, Vice President Mike Pence is expected to be in Arizona on Friday to participate in a roundtable discussion for Hispanic Heritage Month.
It’s been a busy week for Ivanka, who was on hand to watch President Trump preside over the signing of historic diplomatic deals between Israel, the United Arab Emirates, and Bahrain.
Excited: Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner were at the White House on Tuesday to watch the signing of historic diplomatic deals between Israel, the United Arab Emirates, and Bahrain
All dressed up: Ivanka, who flashed a smile along the way, wore a stylish mint green dress
All smiles: Ivanka shared a photo of herself sitting on the South Lawn of the White House ahead of the signing
Listening in: Earlier in the day, she and Jared, 38, were seen in the Oval Office while her father spoke with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
President Trump, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, United Arab Emirates (UAE) Foreign Minister Abdullah bin Zayed, and Bahrain’s Foreign Minister Abdullatif Al Zayani each signed four copies of the Abraham Accords — one in English, one in Hebrew, and two in Arabic.
The leaders also signed a treaty of peace, diplomatic relations, and full normalization and a declaration of peace — three copies of each were signed, one in English, one in Arabic, and one in Hebrew.
Ivanka donned a mint green dress for the occasion, and she had a bright smile on her face as she walked with her husband Jared Kusher to the South Lawn of the White House, where the signing took place.
Earlier in the day, she and Jared, 38, were seen in the Oval Office while her father spoke with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ahead of the historic peace ceremony.