Tight dress with green goddess on back and blue skirt is part of Ivanka Trump’s green goddess outfit for the first time.
Trump’s first White House outfit was seen as a way to show she had “got it.”
Trump and the fashion designer are trying to make her “a bigger star” with her first official outfit.
A few other fashion brands, like Zara and H&M, also have similar pieces, and Trump was seen wearing one last year.
The dress is the latest of several to hit the market.
But it was the first of a series of items designed to be part of the president’s “green” wardrobe, the White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, said.
The green dress has the words “Make America Great Again” printed in green, but the green also represents the green of the Earth.
It’s meant to be a symbol of “being a leader and a champion for the people of the United States,” Sanders said.
A lot of the designers have done a great job of creating a beautiful, bright green dress.
The new look will be “a celebration of the values of the Green Party of America,” Sanders added.
Ivanka Trump was born in New York and grew up in the suburbs of New York City, but she’s never been a fashionista.
She first tried out designer Ralph Lauren in 1989, and by the time she was 14 she’d already started her own label.
When she was 16, she moved to New York to pursue her fashion career.
Ivanka, who was still at school at the time, was a star.
She won the Miss Teen USA pageant in 1989 and then was named to the “Miss Universe” world in 1992.
She went on to have a big impact on fashion trends.
“I have no regrets about any of it,” she said.
“All of it.”
Ivanka’s fashion line has been criticized for its heavy reliance on black women and the color green, and for being too white.
The dresses are often worn with a green shirt or skirt, and often with a necklace.
It was one of the items that sparked the #MeToo movement, which has led to the release of thousands of videos that show sexual misconduct and harassment by women.
It also sparked the “Black Lives Matter” movement.
Ivanka was a big fan of designer Diane von Furstenberg’s collection of dresses in the 1990s, but it was when she was working for her father, President Donald Trump, that she decided to make a change.
“It was so much about being a woman who wore dresses,” she told The New York Times in 2018.
“She wanted to have the freedom to be who she was and not feel guilty for what she was wearing.
I was very proud of that.”
But the decision to go green wasn’t easy.
The first dress she wore was a white one, the kind you might find in a clothing store.
Ivanka told Vanity Fair that she had to buy her first dress at a thrift store in the city because she was too afraid of being noticed by customers.
“And they were not really looking at me at the thrift stores,” she recalled.
“They were looking at other people.
And I had to say, ‘Why are you trying to be that woman?'”
In the 1980s, she also tried out a black dress.
But her husband, Jared Kushner, was against the dress.
He said she shouldn’t wear it, but Ivanka had to wear it anyway.
“My husband was like, ‘You don’t have to do that, you don’t wear that.’
I was like,’What?” she recalled, laughing.
“You can’t be a woman wearing a dress and not be noticed.
And that’s what I was feeling.
I felt like I had no other option.”
So Ivanka, the wife of a New York billionaire, decided to do her own thing.
She took her fashion sense to the streets, wearing a pink dress to a fundraiser for women’s rights.
The campaign inspired her to go to a meeting with a group of young black women.
They told her, “I don’t want to wear that dress.
I don’t care if you wear a tie.
I want you to do something different,” she recounted.
“Then I started thinking, What am I going to do?”
The next day, she started wearing the green dress on her own, wearing it for work.
It took a while for her to get used to it, though.
She said it was too long, too baggy.
“If I wanted to, I could have worn it in the office,” she admitted.
She also said she didn’t like the way the dress looked.
“So I got in the shower and just went through it,” Ivanka said.
Ivanka’s husband Jared Kushner had a similar experience.
He wore a green dress to the first debate in November.
When he was asked why he wore it, Kushner said he wore the dress to