Of All Ivanka Trump's Looks - This Stands Above The Rest

Ivanka Trump's modeling days may be far behind her, but the former first daughter's fashion is well-regarded by many. From the time she was a little girl, the mom of three dressed to impress, with early photos of Trump showing that she often wore dresses most kids her age probably only dreamed about owning (via Time).

By the time the political daughter had grown up and started expressing her own style, well, she actually started calling on a celebrity stylist for help according to Town & Country. Trump would come to rely on tailored dresses and suits, perfecting the art of looking polished.

Meanwhile, as her public profile was on the rise, so too was the price tag on the clothing the former advisor to the POTUS sported, with Trump donning designer duds from brands like Dolce & Gabbana (via Daily Mail).

While so many of Trump's fashion moments are worth celebrating, from the simple blue dress with an asymmetric neckline she wore on the campaign trail in 2020, to the crisp white-and-black coat the former reality star chose for the 2017 National Christmas Tree Lighting, there is one look that trumps the rest if you ask us (via USA Today).

Ivanka Trump and another political heavyweight dressed alike on the day in question

Ivanka Trump's Oscar de la Renta white pantsuit, which she selected for her father Donald Trump's inauguration ceremony, may be the most iconic look the former first daughter has ever worn (via Harper's Bazaar). An asymmetric detail is definitely a style trademark of Trump's and this look was no exception. Her pants were pretty ordinary, but the coat made the statement, with an irregular hemline creating the "wow" factor. A small American flag pin completed the look.

Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton also chose a white pantsuit for the occasion, which had many people comparing the two looks and some even suggesting the new resident of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue had taken a page out of the older politician's fashion playbook (via Yahoo! and Refinery29). It's important to note that the outfits worn by both women were likely an homage to women's suffrage (via Self). 

An outfit that is tailored perfectly, fits like a glove, includes style elements and contains a hidden message? What a win!