Ivanka Trump models an eye-catching pink top in Halloween-ready home

Ivanka Trump stepped out of her Halloween-ready home in an eye-catching pink top on Monday morning.

The first daughter, 35, was photographed leaving her house in the upscale neighborhood of Kalorama in Washington, D.C., in a two-toned pink top with striking bell sleeves in a darker, richer pink than the rest of the ensemble.

She paired the $195 garment, which is manufactured by the LA-based label Staud, with a grey plaid pencil skirt and black stilettos, cutting a chic silhouette that contrasted slightly with her spooky fall decor.

Ivanka Trump was spotted leaving her Halloween decorated house in Washington today, looking her usual stylish self.

Sporting a checked pencil skirt teamed with a colour block flared sleeve top, her ensemble was completed with a pair of pointed heels.

Ivanka and her family have fully embraced the fall season, and have covered their door with faux cobwebs stretching all across the iron.

Behind the mother of three, a few pumpkins were arranged in the entryway, including one that has been carved to give it a frightening smile.

The work is likely the result of a craft project by one of Ivanka’s children, six-year-old Arabella, four-year-old Joseph, and one-year-old Theodore.

Joseph seems especially ready for Halloween. On Sunday, his mother shared a photo of the little boy dressed as Catboy, a character in the PJ Masks cartoon series.

Ivanka wrote next to the snap on her Instagram account: ‘Joseph took his Catboy costume for a test drive this weekend!’ and added the hashtag #halloween.

The mother and White House adviser is expected to attend a town hall in Richboro, Philadelphia on Monday to defend the tax plan proposed by the GOP.

The event is due to take place with residents and families from the Bucks County area, and Ivanka will make the case for how tax reform can benefit working-class and middle-class families.

Trump’s proposed tax reform has been criticized for disproportionately favoring the rich, while Republicans have sought to promote it as favoring the middle class.