On Friday, February 15, First Daughter Ivanka Trump attended the Munich Security Conference. Ivanka has been spending her time abroad meeting with world leaders about how to empower women around the globe.
On Friday, Ivanka wore a bold color choice for her meetings. She wore a bright orange Oscar de la Renta dress complete with a leaf embroidery detail, a thin black belt, and black pumps.
The White House executive posted several photos from the event, highlighting various world leaders.
After her meeting with the leader of Estonia, Ivanka wrote, “Great meeting with President Kaljulaid, the dynamic leader of Estonia. Under her leadership, Estonia is making tech education a national priority, and is renowned for its cutting-edge e-government systems. Fascinating discussion! #MSC2019.”
After meeting with one of France’s leaders, Ivanka wrote, “Great meeting with the Minister of the French Armed Forces Florence Parly to discuss how both our countries are advancing global #WomensEconomicEmpowerment. Looking forward to continuing this discussion at the G7 Summit in France later this year! #WGDP #MSC2019.”
Ivanka posted two more photos from various meetings focused on the Women’s Global Development and Prosperity Initiative.
She wrote, “Today I convened an intimate discussion w/ private sector, gov & NGO leaders who offered their perspectives on the implementation of our new whole-of-government approach to #WomensEconomicEmpowerment- the Women’s Global Development + Prosperity initiative. Great discussion! #WGDP."
Lastly, Ivanka posted a photo with the German Defense Minister.
She wrote, “I enjoyed a productive & informative meeting w/ German Defense Minister von der Leyen discussion the correlation between #WomensEconomicEmpowerment & defense policy. When women are empowered, the chance of armed conflict decreases dramatically & stability prevails.” #WGDP #MSC2019.”
What do you think about Ivanka's look?! Let us know your thoughts! In other recent news, Melania glowed in pink while she spent Valentine's Day with "such sweet Valentines."