Ivanka Trump continued modeling unique outfits during her visit in India today, ending her stay in an eye-catching two-toned dress with different patterns on the front and back.
The first daughter, 36, wrapped up her solo official visit in Hyderabad, where she traveled at the invitation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to headline the Global Entrepreneurship Summit.
After giving the opening address yesterday, Ivanka returned to the gathering today, wearing a tea-length red dress.
Ivanka let the dress, which had a small floral pattern and black lace accents on its short sleeves, take center stage, but still wore it with the same quirky mules she donned yesterday with another outfit.
The senior White House adviser stepped onstage to take part in a panel discussion as part of the summit and waved at the crowd before sitting down in the red number.
Ivanka, in her biggest foreign mission yet, urged India to seize the untapped potential in women and promoted growing ties between the US and the South Asia powerhouse in a keynote speech on Tuesday before Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
She returned to the theme Wednesday, stressing businesses needed to stop thinking about gender considerations in the workplace as ‘women’s issues’.
‘We are half the population so we need to start thinking about them as critical issues. We’re seeing an explosion in women entrepreneurs,’ she said.