Ivanka Trump managed to make protective gear look glamorous as she took part in the Farmers to Families Food Box Program on Friday. Donald Trump’s daughter sported a black jumpsuit, flats and a black face mask for the visit to a Maryland produce centre. The US Agriculture Department’s new food box program sees fresh produce and meat delivered to food banks and non-profit organisations across the country.
The number featured a zipped front which Ivanka kept loosely undone creating a V-shaped neckline.
A belt around her waist it served to cinch in the baggy jumpsuit and showcased her figure.
Two large pockets adorned the breast while Ivanka kept the long sleeves loosely rolled to three-quarter length.
Maintaining the casual look from head to toe, the first daughter sported flats on her feet.
The shoes were black-and-white $750 (£620) Chanel ballerina flats.
They featured a round toe, tied bow and short stacked heel.
Keeping safe against coronavirus, Ivanka sported a black face mask to cover her mouth and nose.
Clearly keen to showcase her patriotism, the businesswoman pinned an American flag pin onto the side of her mask.
She went for a natural makeup look, too, opting for a subtle smokey eye.
Ivanka shared the photos of her day to Instagram with the caption: “Farmers feed America!
“The $3 Billion Farmers to Families Food Box Program launched today will ensure that food that might have gone to waste will now go to those in need!
“Fresh produce/meat will be packed into boxes & delivered to food banks + non profits nationwide.”
Published at Sat, 16 May 2020 07:47:00 +0000